e-Synergies, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Salesmation.com, Inc.

Apr 12, 2001, 01:00 ET from e-Synergies, Inc.

    NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- e-Synergies, Inc.
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   ESYG) ("e-Synergies" or the "Company") announced today
 the closing of its acquisition of all the issued and outstanding capital stock
 of Salesmation.com, Inc. ("Salesmation").  Salesmation owns 51% of the issued
 and outstanding capital stock of CommerceSwitch.  Prior to the closing,
 Salesmation transferred 100% of the issued and outstanding stock of its wholly
 owned subsidiary, M2 Ltd., to HealthStar Corp. in a stock for stock
 transaction.  Effective today at the completion of these transactions,
 Salesmation became a direct wholly owned subsidiary of e-Synergies, and
 e-Synergies became the indirect owner of 51% CommerceSwitch.  The Company
 believes that its acquisition of Salesmation will enable it to offer its
 customers a new breed of e-Business infrastructure that better leverages a
 company's existing investment in hardware and software.  Upon the closing,
 Marcy M. Engelbrecht resigned from her position as President and CEO of
 e-Synergies but retained her position on the Board of Directors.  Upon
 Mrs. Engelbrecht's resignation, Thomas Ronk, who had previously served as
 Salesmation's Chairman, was appointed as e-Synergies' new President and CEO
 and became a Director of the Company.  In the transaction Salesmation
 shareholders will receive 1.25 shares of e-Synergies common voting stock for
 every one share of Salesmation stock previously owned.
     Mr. Ronk commented on the transaction:  "According to various business
 reports, over 50% of the programming codes in the U.S. today are over 5 years
 old.  Even so, many managers seem reluctant, primarily for economic reasons,
 to replace existing functioning hardware and software assets.  Consequently,
 there appears to be a large market for application integration services, both
 online and offline.  e-Synergies' new e-Communications platform should allow
 companies to rapidly link existing applications and databases to the Internet.
 Through its new subsidiaries Salesmation and CommerceSwitch, e-Synergies
 believes that it will be able to assist companies to develop a complete
 Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) system and create pre-formatted
 digital catalogs for the submittal of products and services to any B2B
 exchange powered by either Ariba or CommerceOne.  The services now available
 through e-Synergies should offer a cost-effective way for its clients to
 incorporate Internet strategies throughout their procurement and sales
 processes and to invest in multiple selling models to penetrate worldwide
 markets and protect their market share."
     Mr. Ronk further reported:  "We believe that e-Synergies should benefit
 substantially from its new corporate infrastructure and the technology that
 Salesmation and CommerceSwitch bring to the Company.  With economic markets
 currently in a state of flux, businesses are striving harder than ever to
 increase revenues while decreasing costs.  The acquisition of Salesmation
 should give e-Synergies the correct combination of personnel and technology to
 better assist its clients in achieving a competitive advantage."
     Salesmation and its subsidiaries had reported revenues of $4.3 million for
 fiscal year ending August 31, 2000 and currently expects to become profitable
 during the third quarter of calendar year 2001.
 
     About e-Synergies:
     e-Synergies is an e-Business solution provider in the B2B Web Services and
 Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) industries.  e-Synergies' technology
 empowers traditional and net-focused businesses to build valuable customer
 relationships through dynamic e-Communications.  Its patent-pending
 e-Communications platform enables its clients to harness the power of customer
 information and deliver rich-media e-Communications tailored to each
 customer's preferences via e-mail or the Web.  Integrated with its 51%
 indirect ownership of CommerceSwitch, e-Synergies should now be able to
 provide its clients with complete product management and exchange solutions
 enabling them to increased sales and customer loyalty throughout the
 e-Commerce channel.  For further information on the Company, visit
 www.esynergies.com.
 
     This press release includes forward-looking statements based on the
 Company's current expectations and projections about future events.  These
 forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and
 assumptions about the Company that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from those in such forward-looking statements.  Potential risks and
 uncertainties include, but are not limited to, fluctuations in operating
 results and the ability to compete successfully.  These risks and other risk
 factors are described in the Company's filings with the Securities and
 Exchange Commission.  The Company undertakes no obligation to update the
 forward-looking statements contained in this press release.
 
 

SOURCE e-Synergies, Inc.
    NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- e-Synergies, Inc.
 (OTC Bulletin Board:   ESYG) ("e-Synergies" or the "Company") announced today
 the closing of its acquisition of all the issued and outstanding capital stock
 of Salesmation.com, Inc. ("Salesmation").  Salesmation owns 51% of the issued
 and outstanding capital stock of CommerceSwitch.  Prior to the closing,
 Salesmation transferred 100% of the issued and outstanding stock of its wholly
 owned subsidiary, M2 Ltd., to HealthStar Corp. in a stock for stock
 transaction.  Effective today at the completion of these transactions,
 Salesmation became a direct wholly owned subsidiary of e-Synergies, and
 e-Synergies became the indirect owner of 51% CommerceSwitch.  The Company
 believes that its acquisition of Salesmation will enable it to offer its
 customers a new breed of e-Business infrastructure that better leverages a
 company's existing investment in hardware and software.  Upon the closing,
 Marcy M. Engelbrecht resigned from her position as President and CEO of
 e-Synergies but retained her position on the Board of Directors.  Upon
 Mrs. Engelbrecht's resignation, Thomas Ronk, who had previously served as
 Salesmation's Chairman, was appointed as e-Synergies' new President and CEO
 and became a Director of the Company.  In the transaction Salesmation
 shareholders will receive 1.25 shares of e-Synergies common voting stock for
 every one share of Salesmation stock previously owned.
     Mr. Ronk commented on the transaction:  "According to various business
 reports, over 50% of the programming codes in the U.S. today are over 5 years
 old.  Even so, many managers seem reluctant, primarily for economic reasons,
 to replace existing functioning hardware and software assets.  Consequently,
 there appears to be a large market for application integration services, both
 online and offline.  e-Synergies' new e-Communications platform should allow
 companies to rapidly link existing applications and databases to the Internet.
 Through its new subsidiaries Salesmation and CommerceSwitch, e-Synergies
 believes that it will be able to assist companies to develop a complete
 Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) system and create pre-formatted
 digital catalogs for the submittal of products and services to any B2B
 exchange powered by either Ariba or CommerceOne.  The services now available
 through e-Synergies should offer a cost-effective way for its clients to
 incorporate Internet strategies throughout their procurement and sales
 processes and to invest in multiple selling models to penetrate worldwide
 markets and protect their market share."
     Mr. Ronk further reported:  "We believe that e-Synergies should benefit
 substantially from its new corporate infrastructure and the technology that
 Salesmation and CommerceSwitch bring to the Company.  With economic markets
 currently in a state of flux, businesses are striving harder than ever to
 increase revenues while decreasing costs.  The acquisition of Salesmation
 should give e-Synergies the correct combination of personnel and technology to
 better assist its clients in achieving a competitive advantage."
     Salesmation and its subsidiaries had reported revenues of $4.3 million for
 fiscal year ending August 31, 2000 and currently expects to become profitable
 during the third quarter of calendar year 2001.
 
     About e-Synergies:
     e-Synergies is an e-Business solution provider in the B2B Web Services and
 Customer Relationship Management (eCRM) industries.  e-Synergies' technology
 empowers traditional and net-focused businesses to build valuable customer
 relationships through dynamic e-Communications.  Its patent-pending
 e-Communications platform enables its clients to harness the power of customer
 information and deliver rich-media e-Communications tailored to each
 customer's preferences via e-mail or the Web.  Integrated with its 51%
 indirect ownership of CommerceSwitch, e-Synergies should now be able to
 provide its clients with complete product management and exchange solutions
 enabling them to increased sales and customer loyalty throughout the
 e-Commerce channel.  For further information on the Company, visit
 www.esynergies.com.
 
     This press release includes forward-looking statements based on the
 Company's current expectations and projections about future events.  These
 forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and
 assumptions about the Company that could cause actual results to differ
 materially from those in such forward-looking statements.  Potential risks and
 uncertainties include, but are not limited to, fluctuations in operating
 results and the ability to compete successfully.  These risks and other risk
 factors are described in the Company's filings with the Securities and
 Exchange Commission.  The Company undertakes no obligation to update the
 forward-looking statements contained in this press release.
 
 SOURCE  e-Synergies, Inc.