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Spider Networks Strengthens Its Board
February 14, 2006

Spider Networks, the interactive web communications leader, today announces the appointments of Linda Pakuls and Hugh Paterson as executive directors of the Company. Reporting to chief executive officer, Jim Conroy, Pakuls is appointed chief operations officer and Paterson marketing and public relations director.

SRU Selects Spider Networks to Manage and Deliver First SMS Competition
February 7, 2006

Interactive communications leader Spider Networks today announces that it has been selected by the Scottish Rugby Union to manage and deliver the SRU's new pay-for SMS competition. During the RBS Six Nations Championship campaign, rugby supporters will be able to use their mobile handsets to enter a prize draw to win two tickets to all Calcutta Cup matches regardless of venue, for the next five years.

Woking FC Fans Offered Unprecedented Access and Insight Into The Club
January 20, 2006

Aimed at strengthening grassroots support at home and abroad, Woking Football Club ("The Cards") today opened a new interactive portal on the club's website (www.wokingfc.co.uk). Called The Cards Online, the portal provides subscribing fans with unprecedented insight into the club's affairs, an exclusive window on what's happening on and off-the-pitch, and direct access to club officials and players.

The portal has been developed in partnership with interactive web communications leader Spider Networks at no technology cost to the club.

Kent CCC Opens County Cricket's First Online Interactive Website
December 7, 2005

Kent County Cricket Club today created net cricketing history by launching the first exclusive interactive website for supporters of a cricket club. Built by Spider Networks, an extranet called The Spitfires Online has been bolted on to Kent's official website (www.kentccc.com) enabling subscribing members to access the club's new media centre to replay exclusive behind-the-scenes footage whenever, and from wherever, they want.

Aldershot Town FC Becomes First Fan-Interactive Nationwide Conference Club
November 28, 2005

"By partnering with Spider Networks, we maximise our outreach to all fans, whatever their location. Fans now have the online tools to feel more part of the club, have regular dialogue with the manager and his players, receive breaking news by SMS alerts to their mobiles, and be part of the pre and post match buzz. They can have exclusive club audios and videos such as pre-match interviews with the manager, post-match comments from the captain, and other behind-the-scenes footage streamed to their desktops. For the first time, The Shots can feel truly part of our vibrant club."
Karl Prentice, chairman, Aldershot Town FC (The Shots)

Spider Networks' Defines New Rules for Britain's e-Learning System
November 7, 2005

Spider Networks, the power behind interactive web communications, today launches nationwide a new online solution that supports one of the Government's key goals in transforming e-learning in Britain. Called ePortfolio, the solution enables every schoolchild in Britain to have a personal online portfolio showcasing best work and giving parents and teachers online access to that work.

BiblioTech Appoints New Chairman & CEO, Changes Trading Name to Spider Networks
October 26, 2005

BiblioTech today announced that it has changed the company's trading name to Spider Networks. The company also announced the appointment of Jim Conroy as Spider Networks' chief executive officer.

Spider Networks launches its Business and Technology Partner Program
October 26, 2005

"The economic benefits of our on-demand hosted solutions are compelling, and we expect to generate a great deal of interest in our markets with our Business and Technology Partner Program," said Jim Conroy, Spider Networks' CEO.

ISP BISCit White-Labels Spider Networks' Enterprise Virtual Office
October 17, 2005

"BISCit's business is all about retaining customers-for-life and that means delivering each and all sustained value and service every day of the year," says BISCit's marketing director, Michael Edwards.

Spider Networks Pilots New E-Learning Solution
September 19, 2005

Spider Networks, the power behind interactive web communications, today announces that it has begun a new online learning pilot with the Wolverhampton Education Authority. The pilot supports one of the Government's key goals in education - provide every schoolchild in Britain with a personal online portfolio that showcases best work and allows teachers and parents online access to that work.

Portal Communications
September 6, 2005

Portal Communications is the B2B marketing arm of Patcom & Associates, a specialist media and public affairs agency for technology corporations. Portal's pan-European marketing expertise spans the biomedical, computing, electronics, Internet and telecommunications industries. As a Spider Networks distributor, Portal aims to extend Spider's business in national and international markets.

Spider Networks Extends Its Reseller Web With E-Telegence
August 25, 2005

Spider Networks today announces the appointment of Intelligent Online Solutions provider E-Telegence.com as an international reseller of its interactive web communications solutions.

Falkirk FC In Revenue Drive Launches First SPL Interactive Fan Website
August 11, 2005

Falkirk FC's ambitions are not only on the pitch, but now in cyberspace enabling fans to become more involved in the club's affairs, and to interact with its owners, manager, players and other supporters in real time from any location.

Revenues From Raith Rovers' Interactive Fan Website On-Target to Secure the Club's Long-Term Football Ambitions
July 29, 2005

Targeting increasing revenues from the new members section of its website, Raith Rovers FC, in partnership with Interactive Internet Communications provider, Spider Networks, today introduced further online services for subscribing fans - SMS text alerts giving breaking news on matches and club affairs, streaming audio for extended post-match interviews with manager Gordon Dalziel and his players, and streaming video of match highlights.

West Hartlepool Rugby Scores With Rugby's First Spider-Powered Interactive Fan Website
July 11, 2005

From West Hartlepool Rugby's official website hosted by Sportnetwork (www.sportnetwork.net/main/s16), fans can now subscribe to the club's members-only subscription site to access and use Spider's award-winning suite of interactive communications tools.

Spider Networks Partners With Sportnetwork
June 30, 2005

Spider Networks today announces a business and technology agreement with Sportnetwork to help sports fans at 160 clubs and associations across Britain to better interact with their favourite clubs and other club fans using Spider's web-based communications solutions.

Raith Rovers FC And Spider Networks Team To Launch Interactive Fan Website
June 23, 2005

Raith Rovers FC and Spider Networks today jointly announce the launch of a new interactive section on its website aimed at helping Raith Rovers build better communications and relations with fans and local businesses, and to generate new sources of revenues for the club.

Spider Networks Drives West Coast Motors' Intranet
November 6, 2004

Spider Networks today announces that West Coast Motors (WCM), a local and long distance bus services company serving Scotland's Argyll region, has deployed Spider's hosted services and interactive web communications solutions to create an enterprise intranet for its managers and employees.