Boston, March 7, 2007 — PaperThin, Inc, a leading provider of content management software, today announced that it has again been named a "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" by KMWorld, the leading information provider serving the knowledge, document, and content management systems market. This is the second consecutive year that PaperThin has been recognized.

"We´re honored that KMWorld continues to acknowledge PaperThin as one of the foremost content management solution providers," said Todd Peters, president and founder of PaperThin, Inc. "It is truly rewarding to be recognized for our commitment to product excellence, innovation, and customer attentiveness. We strive to put the customer experience at the center of everything we do."

The annual list is compiled by KMWorld editors through a year-long collaborative review process with colleagues, knowledge management practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, and their customers. More than 1,500 eligible companies were considered. A complete listing of the "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" will be featured in the KMWorld March issue, and can be found online at http://www.kmworld.com.

"If there is a single trait shared by the companies listed, it is their determination to treat their entire constituency chain, from top to bottom, with respect and without hubris," according to Hugh McKeller, editor-in-chief for KMWorld. "Clearly, attitude alone doesn´t warrant inclusion on the list, attitude must be accompanied by elegance in the design and implementation of their software. We selected PaperThin again this year because the company continues to demonstrate customer-driven agile innovation and a strong focus on client success."

Along with this KMWorld "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management" distinction, PaperThin was recently named a 2007 CODiE Awards finalist for "Best Content Management Solution" by the Software and Information Industry Association. The company also recently reported strong revenue growth and profitability for 2006.

About KMWorld:

The leading information provider serving the Knowledge, Document and Content Management systems market, KMWorld informs more than 50,000 subscribers about the components and processes–and subsequent success stories–that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld is a publishing unit of Information Today, Inc.

About PaperThin:

PaperThin, Inc. is a privately held Massachusetts-based company. Since 1993, PaperThin has helped corporations and government agencies of all sizes to significantly reduce the time and expense involved in creating, updating and managing Web content. PaperThin´s flagship product, CommonSpotÔ Content Server, powers Internet, intranet and extranet sites worldwide for organizations of all sizes, including the AFL-CIO, Booz Allen Hamilton, Business Software Alliance, Mayo Clinic, National Park Service, Stanford University, The Gillette Company, Turner Sports (PGA.com), and Voice of America. CommonSpot was named a "Trend-Setting Product of 2005" by the editors at KMWorld, and has been twice recognized for Good Value among leading content management vendors by industry analysts at CMS Watch. PaperThin was recognized as one of New England´s fastest growing technology companies in the 2004 & 2005 Deloitte Technology Fast 50.

PaperThin´s select group of partners includes industry leading Web design and development firms, system integrators, software manufacturers, and training firms, worldwide. For more information about PaperThin, Inc., please visit http://www.paperthin.com and for additional details about CommonSpot Content Server, please visit http://www.paperthin.com/Products/Index.cfm.

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