EarthSoft and Matrix Information Systems Announce Value Added Reseller Agreement

December 13, 2003 – EarthSoft is pleased to announce a teaming agreement with Matrix Information Systems, Inc. of Merritt Island, Florida. Matrix consultants first used EarthSoft’s EQuIS products at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in their support of the Life Sciences Services Contract held by Dynamac Corporation.

Matrix Environmental Information Systems, a division of Matrix Information Systems, Inc., delivers a spectrum of services including, logical data modeling, data warehousing, analysis, synthesis, and visualization of data. These services enable a simplified approach to environmental research, engineering, and management decision support and application systems.

Wayne Word, Regional Manager of EarthSoft, commented, “We look forward to working with Matrix to support clients in Florida and the surrounding area. Matrix has done a great job implementing EQuIS for NASA and can provide local services and support to state, city, industry and consultant clients that desire to achieve the best in data integration for their compliance program needs.”

Ray Corriveau, Matrix VP Business Development, added, “With our client’s increasing demand for integrated environmental data management solutions, we are pleased to expand our relationship with EarthSoft. As a leader in the industry, EarthSoft’s products enable Matrix to deliver high-value solutions faster and at lower costs than ‘reinventing the wheel’ custom development alternatives.“

EarthSoft, of Pensacola, Florida, develops and markets software for the management of environmental data. The EQuIS software is used by many industrial, government, and consulting clients. EarthSoft’s Web page is EQuIS is the most widely used data management system in the world for remediation and analytical data, with over 2,400 systems sold worldwide.

Matrix Information Services, Inc. and Matrix Environmental Information Systems may be reached at or call (321) 454-7316. Web site is

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