Relativity Technologies Named Cool Company by FORTUNE Magazine

Leading Business Magazine Recognizes Legacy Modernization Company as

Innovative Leader in the Industry

Jun 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from Relativity Technologies

    RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Relativity
 Technologies, a leading supplier of legacy modernization solutions, has been
 selected as one of FORTUNE's 2001 Cool Companies. After the publication's
 editors "polled the smartest people we know and combed through hundreds of
 startups," they selected Relativity as one of the 25 coolest U.S. and global
 startups for its prestigious annual list. Relativity is the first company from
 the Research Triangle Park technology hub to receive this honor.
     "We are very excited that Relativity is recognized as an innovative
 company with cool technology by FORTUNE," said Vivek Wadhwa, founder and CEO
 of Relativity Technologies.  "We continue to receive positive feedback from
 our growing customer base, and this mark of excellence from the journalism
 community reinforces what our customers are saying about our company and its
 groundbreaking technology."
     Past success stories named to the FORTUNE's Cool Companies list have
 included: Cisco, Netscape, CNET, DoubleClick, Excite@Home, UUNET,
 RealNetworks, Verisign and VA Linux.  FORTUNE's annual list of Cool Companies
 will appear in the June 26 issue of FORTUNE and will appear in newsstands this
 week.  The list is also available on .
     About Relativity Technologies
     Relativity Technologies is a leading supplier of legacy modernization
 solutions. Its solutions and services enable IT organizations to dramatically
 cut costs associated with maintaining and operating complex mainframe-based
 legacy systems, improve the efficiency and performance of their mission-
 critical applications and rapidly integrate key business processes with modern
 enterprise and Web-based technologies. Founded in 1997 and based in Research
 Triangle Park, North Carolina, the company's flagship product, RescueWare,
 analyzes an enterprise's large, monolithic legacy applications and then
 identifies, extracts, and transforms vital business processes into components
 that can operate in distributed and Web-based computing environments. In
 October of 1998, Intel Corporation became an equity shareholder in Relativity
 Technologies. For more information about Relativity Technologies, please visit .
     CONTACT:  Lisa Goldbaum of Relativity Technologies, Inc., 212-772-3071, or ; or Brian Pitts of Porter Novelli Convergence Group,
 312-938-3911, or , for Relativity Technologies, Inc.
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