2500M™ MPOWER & 2500M™ PLEDGEMAKER™ Expansion to 2500M™ Product Suite

Addison, TX - 10 January 2007

Aqubanc, LLC of Buffalo Grove, exclusive distributor for 2500Mâ„¢ products worldwide, will release 2500Mâ„¢ MPower and 2500Mâ„¢ PledgeMakerâ„¢ in February 2007.

Aqubanc® collaborated with Jacobson Consulting Applications and two rescue missions to deliver a technically superior tool for moving Constituent and Gift Data with their linked images directly into MPower’s MPX, and, SofTrek’s PledgeMaker™ Inside and PledgeMaker™ Online.

Aqubanc’s Check 21 Pass™ System images and captures all transactional Constituent and Gift Data for these two rescue missions, so they can better steward their resources. For this task, Aqubanc turned to Jacobson Consulting Applications (JCA) to build the necessary 2500M™ components because JCA is intimately familiar with these systems.

James Cowen, CEO of Aqubanc, explains: “JCA has worked with multiple Aqubanc clients over the past year which was especially important to us as the prime contractor for these systems. Our clients depend on Aqubanc’s ability to deliver and we’ve been impressed with the depth that JCA offers by their singular focus on non-profits and fund raising systems. We are proud to be the exclusive worldwide distributor for 2500M™ MPower and 2500M™ PledgeMaker™.”

John Jakovich, Director of Programming for JCA, adds: “When Aqubanc tasked us with building these 2500M™ product line additions, we were able to count on Aqubanc’s knowledge of Check 21, form, image and gift processing to build highly effective products. Aqubanc had MPower’s and SofTrek’s support which made delivery of the 2500M™ MPower and 2500M™ PledgeMaker™ possible. Aqubanc
required our development team to include within these products: Shrinkode™ which expands Fund Raising creativity and eliminates long OCR strings or unsightly barcodes.”

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