Bottomline Technologies Named a ‘Best Company to Work For’

Portsmouth, NH - 19 December 2012

Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY) today announced that it has been recognized for the fifth year in a row as a “Best Company to Work For”. This annual competition sponsored by Business NH Magazine recognizes companies that demonstrate a commitment to their employees’ professional growth and personal well-being through innovative workplace programs, company culture and benefits. In this year’s competition, Bottomline was recognized as one of the three best large company employers.

“We congratulate Bottomline as one of the top employers once again this year. The company consistently demonstrates excellence it is workplace practices. A key element in the success of its business is its motivated and talented team,” said Matthew Mowry, editor of Business NH Magazine.

A company culture focused on achieving customer success through collaboration, communication and dedication to the company’s Guiding Principle of working “with and for each other” set Bottomline apart during the judging process. Bottomline’s innovative employee recognition programs and commitment to local communities were also factors in its selection.

“We are honored to be recognized again this year as a ‘Best Company to Work For,’” said Rob Eberle, president and CEO of Bottomline Technologies. “This award is a recognition of our outstanding team of employees. Our people are the reason Bottomline is such an extraordinary place to work and the driving force behind our business success.”

Bottomline, which has offices around the world, has also received similar accolades for its international locations, including its selection as a 2012 National Business Awards Employer of the Year finalist and as a 2012 “Best Company to Work For” by the United Kingdom’s Thames Valley Business Magazine.

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