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SAN JOSE, CA.—(BusinessWire)—April 23, 2002, 07:20 AM EST--Semotus Solutions (AMEX:DLK), a leading provider of enterprise application software connecting employees to critical business systems, information, and processes, today announced that HipLinkXS™, its market leading wireless messaging solution will be deployed at Kraft Foods™ Systems Division.

HipLinkXS will integrate with the NetIQ AppManager™ system installed in the company’s Systems Division, where all servers, web servers and networks are maintained. HipLinkXS’ function will be to send alerts to key personnel of network downtimes and system failures; Kraft chose HipLinkXS because of its advanced scheduling and escalation features, and two-way messaging capability.

“We are pleased to see HipLinkXS chosen by such a globally recognized company as Kraft Foods”, stated Steve McAllister, Semotus Group President. “An integrated messaging solution like HipLinkXS is key to the success of maintaining the progressive enterprise’s application monitoring system.”

HipLinkXS is a powerful, state-of-the-art instant messaging solution that enables delivery of critical messages to and from the field with the customer’s choice of carriers and devices, and is designed to fully integrate with any enterprise application. Users can send messages and request a response back from the receiver, with the ability to automatically trigger server processes based on the response from the field.

About Semotus Solutions

Semotus Solutions (AMEX:DLK - news) is a leading provider of enterprise application software connecting employees to critical business systems, information and processes. With a growing enterprise customer base of more than 600 corporations including AOL Time Warner, Alcatel, Lucent Technologies, JP Morgan-Chase and Coca-Cola, extended over vertical markets of workforce automation, finance, healthcare, and m-commerce, Semotus Solutions enterprise application software provides mobility, convenience, efficiency and profitability. 

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