Sento Corporation Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2001 Year End Audited Results

eCustomer Contact Center Annual Revenues Increased 86%

To a Record $26.1 Million



Apr 24, 2001, 01:00 ET from Sento Corporation

    AMERICAN FORK, Utah, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Sento Corporation (Nasdaq:   SNTO) announced today its fourth quarter and full
 fiscal year 2001 audited results.
     For the quarter, the Company reported revenues of $8.5 million compared to
 $6.4 million for the same quarter in the previous year, an increase of
 approximately 33 percent.  Operating income for the fourth quarter of fiscal
 2001 would have been $439,000, excluding an additional $400,000 provision for
 bad debts in connection with two dot.com company clients who were unable to
 meet their financial obligations.  Net loss for the fourth quarter of fiscal
 2001 was $(32,000), or $(0.00) per share, including the additional $400,000
 provision for bad debts, compared to net income of $187,000, or $.02 per
 diluted share, for the quarter ended March 31, 2000.
     For the year ended March 31, 2001, revenues from operations were
 $29.3 million compared to $18.8 million for the previous year, an increase of
 approximately 56%.  Net income from operations for the full year of fiscal
 2001 was $552,000, or $.06 per diluted share, compared to a loss from
 operations of $(112,000), or $(0.01) per share, for the year ended March 31,
 2000.  EBITDA was $2.2 million for the year ended March 31, 2001 compared to
 EBITDA of $1.2 million for the previous year.
     Dennis Herrick, Sento's president and chief executive officer, discussed
 several items that had a significant impact on the revenues and operating
 income for the year and the fourth quarter.  Mr. Herrick commented, "We had
 significant revenue growth in our eCustomer Contact Center business for the
 quarter and the year.  For the quarter, revenues from this business were
 $8.1 million compared to $5.3 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000,
 and annual revenues were $26.1 million compared to $14 million for fiscal
 2000.  This represents a 53% growth in revenues for the compared quarters and
 an 86% growth in annual revenues.  This growth is principally the result of
 the addition of two major new customers and increased volume from existing
 customers.  However, revenue growth was not as great as we expected at the
 beginning of the year due to the economic slowdown, which has affected our
 clients.  In addition, as previously announced, two dot.com company clients
 have indicated that they are unable to pay for services we provided, which
 resulted in our having to discontinue servicing these clients and writing off
 a significant amount of billed but uncollected revenue."
     "Our gross profits in our eCustomer Contact Center business were adversely
 impacted during fiscal 2001 for several reasons, among which were our clients'
 exerting pricing pressure on our services, training of new employees to
 rapidly ramp up for increased call volume in the third quarter, the start-up
 costs of our new Evanston, Wyoming facility, and higher than expected costs
 for services provided by EchoPass.  As we previously reported, we have reached
 a new pricing agreement with EchoPass that will improve our gross margin
 percentage.  We have also decreased peak period call volumes with our largest
 customers, thereby maintaining improved utilization with our agents' time.  We
 believe that this will reduce the cost of hiring and training new agents.  As
 a result, our fourth quarter gross margin improved to 14%, after having been
 at 10.4% for our third quarter.  We expect this gross margin percentage to
 continue to improve with the reduced costs associated with our EchoPass
 pricing agreement, our increased agent productivity, and new, less expensive
 systems installed and being installed to handle customer calls," explained
 Mr. Herrick.
     Mr. Herrick continued, "Selling, general and administrative expenses for
 fiscal 2001 decreased 16% to $3.8 million including the $400,000 of additional
 bad debt expense from two troubled dot.com companies who were unable to pay
 us.  This decrease is due primarily to management's continuing cost reduction
 efforts and the Company's discontinuation of the Australian operations in the
 fourth quarter of fiscal 2000."
     Sento's Training Division again experienced lower revenues for the fourth
 quarter and the year, resulting in a loss for the year.  As reported in the
 Company's third quarter report, the main reasons for this decline in
 performance were: 1) Intuit's decision to no longer sell its customer lists to
 the general public, which adversely impacted marketing of QuickBooks classes;
 and 2) students delaying their registration for classes in the new Windows
 2000 MCSE certification classes.  Sento expected to complete the negotiation
 of a new contract with Intuit for QuickBooks customer lists during the fourth
 quarter and have significant improvement in enrollment of students in the
 Windows 2000 MCSE classes.  However, neither of these events occurred during
 the fourth quarter as expected, and Sento was therefore unable to produce the
 revenues and profits that were previously anticipated.  Sento is now pleased
 to announce it has signed an agreement with Intuit, and enrollment in the
 Windows 2000 MCSE classes is improving.  In addition, Sento has hired a new
 manager for the Training Division, who is solving many of the problems the
 Company has experienced in this division.  The Company expects the quarter
 ending June 30, 2001 results for the Training Division to be near break-even,
 and expects this division to be profitable for the following quarters of
 fiscal 2002.
     Sento's balance sheet and cash flow from operations are strong.  Cash flow
 from operations for the year was $1.8 million.  Cash balances are
 $3.5 million, working capital is $4.4 million, the current ratio is 2.1 to 1,
 and Sento has an unused available $3 million revolving line of credit and
 substantial borrowing capacity to finance capital spending.  In addition,
 stockholders' equity has increased from $4.9 million as of March 31, 2000 to
 $5.9 million as of March 31, 2001.  Therefore, Sento believes it is well
 positioned to continue its growth and has available sources of capital to meet
 its expected growth during fiscal 2002.
 
     BUSINESS OUTLOOK
     Sento's outlook on its future financial results, based on current
 expectations, is as follows:
 
     --  For the first quarter of fiscal 2002 ending June 30, 2001, the Company
         expects revenues to be in the range of $7.8 million to $8.4 million
         and net income is expected to be in the range of 6 to 8 cents per
         diluted share.  We expect this will be accomplished through our
         existing customer base, including expected additional revenues from
         existing customers, the addition of new customers, and improved
         operating efficiencies that we began to realize during the fourth
         quarter of fiscal 2001.
 
     --  For the fiscal year ending March 30, 2002, the Company expects
         revenues to be in the range of $40 million to $45 million and net
         income to be in the range of 45 to 60 cents per diluted share.
         Investors should be aware that beginning in fiscal 2002 the Company
         has changed its reporting year from a calendar year to a 52 week year
         with 13 week quarters, each of which will end on the Saturday nearest
         the end of the calendar month of each quarter.
 
     --  The Company is currently reviewing various strategies and alternatives
         regarding the Training Division.
 
     --  For the fiscal year ending March 30, 2002, the Company anticipates
         capital expenditures to be within a range of $4.5 million to
         $5 million, depending on required capacity for growth and the
         obtaining of new customers during fiscal 2002 which ends on March 30,
         2002.
 
     The SEC has recently adopted Regulation FD that requires companies to make
 disclosure of material, nonpublic information simultaneously to the entire
 general public, whereas previously some companies generally guided only
 analysts in their business outlook.  Sento has adopted procedures for
 communicating its outlook for financial results simultaneously to the general
 public.  All guidance will be published within Sento's quarterly earnings
 releases or by other publicly available means.  Sento will keep its earnings
 releases publicly available on its web site at www.sento.com.  In addition,
 Sento has previously announced that it will hold a conference call on
 April 24, 2001 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the results of its fourth
 quarter, fiscal 2001, business developments and future growth and
 opportunities.
 
     SENTO PROFILE
     Sento Corporation provides the latest in CRM (Customer Relations
 Management) service solutions for a diversified portfolio of organizations.
 These services include telephone, e-mail, Web text chat, Web callbacks,
 browser collaboration, voicemail, and fax.  These solutions are designed to
 direct incoming interactions to the right client company's agent at the right
 time with skills-based routing and customer data screen pops, enabling
 immediate and accurate customer care.  Sento also specializes in Help Desk
 Services, Technical Training, and Education.  Sento conducts its business
 through its operating divisions, including Sento Training and Sento Technical
 Services.  For more information, visit Sento's home page at www.sento.com
 
     FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS
     Statements in this press release which are not purely historical are
 forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities
 Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Such statements encompass Sento's beliefs,
 expectations, hopes or intentions regarding future events.  Words such as
 "expects," "intends," "believes," "anticipates," and "likely" also identify
 forward-looking statements.  All forward-looking statements included in this
 release are made as of the date hereof and are based on information available
 to Sento as of such date.  Sento assumes no obligation to update any
 forward-looking statement.  Actual results could differ materially from those
 anticipated for a number of reasons, including, among others: variations in
 market and economic conditions; the Company's dependence on its limited number
 of key customers; reduction in services requested by the Company's customers
 resulting in lower revenues for the Company; the Company's ability to complete
 negotiations and execute customer agreements; the Company's reliance on
 EchoPass Corporation for outsourced technical services; risk of emergency
 interruption of the eCustomer Contact Center operations; and other
 unanticipated factors.  Risk factors, cautionary statements and other
 conditions which could cause actual results to differ from the Company's
 current expectations are contained in the Company's filings with the
 Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Company's Annual Report on
 Form 10-KSB.
 
 
                         SENTO CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
 
                       Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
 
                                       Assets
 
                                                March 31, 2001  March 31, 2000
     Current assets:
      Cash                                         $3,575,740     $2,382,321
      Accounts receivable (net)                     4,431,326      3,422,359
      Other current assets                            211,855        216,207
       Total current assets                         8,218,921      6,020,887
 
     Property and equipment (net)                   4,002,216      2,158,887
     Other assets                                      73,795        217,026
       Total Assets                               $12,294,932     $8,396,800
 
 
                        Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
 
     Current liabilities:
      Current portion of long-term debt              $714,371        $80,492
      Accounts payable                              1,417,148        752,976
      Accrued liabilities                           1,477,541      1,278,420
      Customer Deposits                               219,758        247,540
       Total current liabilities                    3,828,818      2,359,428
     Long-term liabilities:
      Long-term debt, net of current portion        1,478,264        140,677
      Convertible Bonds                             1,092,824        998,414
       Total long-term liabilities                  2,571,088      1,139,091
     Stockholders' equity                           5,895,026      4,898,281
 
       Total liabilities and stockholders'
        equity                                    $12,294,932     $8,396,800
 
 
                         SENTO CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
 
                  Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
                                (Quarters Unaudited)
 
                         Three months  Three months    Year           Year
                             Ended       Ended         Ended          Ended
                           March 31,   March 31,     March 31,      March 31,
                             2001         2000         2001           2000
 
     Revenue             $8,496,641    $6,368,767  $29,250,662   $18,768,774
     Cost of sales        7,266,267     4,784,984   24,588,987    14,017,316
      Gross profit        1,230,374     1,583,783    4,661,675     4,751,458
     Costs and expenses:
      Selling, general
       and administrative 1,190,906     1,108,023    3,795,540     4,523,236
      Research and development   --        48,550           --       242,225
       Total costs and
        expenses          1,190,906     1,156,573    3,795,540     4,765,461
      Operating income
       (loss)                39,468       427,210      866,135       (14,003)
     Equity loss on
      investment in
      EchoPass Corp.             --      (194,172)    (149,795)     (194,172)
     Other income (loss),
      net                   (71,717)      (24,378)    (164,029)       80,021
     Income (loss) before
      taxes                 (32,249)      208,660      552,311      (128,154)
     Income tax (expense)
      benefit                    --       (21,459)          --        67,832
 
     Income (loss) from
      continuing
      operations            (32,249)      187,201      552,311       (60,322)
 
     Loss on discontinued
      operations, net of
      income taxes               --            --           --       (51,389)
     Net income (loss)     $(32,249)     $187,201     $552,311     $(111,711)
 
     Basic earnings per share:
     Income (loss) from
      continuing operations      --          0.02         0.07        (0.01)
     Income (loss) from
      discontinued operations    --            --           --            --
     Net income (loss)          $--         $0.02       $ 0.07       $(0.01)
 
     Diluted earnings per share:
     Income (loss) from
      continuing operations      --          0.02         0.06        (0.01)
     Income (loss) from
      discontinued operations    --            --           --            --
     Net income (loss)          $--         $0.02       $ 0.06       $(0.01)
 
 
     Weighted average number of
      common and common equivalent
      shares outstanding:
 
     Basic                8,543,509     8,154,437    8,484,538     7,565,810
     Diluted              8,543,509     9,885,641    9,024,969     7,565,810
 
     For further information please contact Gary Filler, Chief Financial
 Officer, Gary_Filler@sento.com, or Stan Cutler, Controller,
 Stanley_Cutler@sento.com, both of Sento Corporation, 801-492-2000.
 
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    AMERICAN FORK, Utah, April 24 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ --
 Sento Corporation (Nasdaq:   SNTO) announced today its fourth quarter and full
 fiscal year 2001 audited results.
     For the quarter, the Company reported revenues of $8.5 million compared to
 $6.4 million for the same quarter in the previous year, an increase of
 approximately 33 percent.  Operating income for the fourth quarter of fiscal
 2001 would have been $439,000, excluding an additional $400,000 provision for
 bad debts in connection with two dot.com company clients who were unable to
 meet their financial obligations.  Net loss for the fourth quarter of fiscal
 2001 was $(32,000), or $(0.00) per share, including the additional $400,000
 provision for bad debts, compared to net income of $187,000, or $.02 per
 diluted share, for the quarter ended March 31, 2000.
     For the year ended March 31, 2001, revenues from operations were
 $29.3 million compared to $18.8 million for the previous year, an increase of
 approximately 56%.  Net income from operations for the full year of fiscal
 2001 was $552,000, or $.06 per diluted share, compared to a loss from
 operations of $(112,000), or $(0.01) per share, for the year ended March 31,
 2000.  EBITDA was $2.2 million for the year ended March 31, 2001 compared to
 EBITDA of $1.2 million for the previous year.
     Dennis Herrick, Sento's president and chief executive officer, discussed
 several items that had a significant impact on the revenues and operating
 income for the year and the fourth quarter.  Mr. Herrick commented, "We had
 significant revenue growth in our eCustomer Contact Center business for the
 quarter and the year.  For the quarter, revenues from this business were
 $8.1 million compared to $5.3 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2000,
 and annual revenues were $26.1 million compared to $14 million for fiscal
 2000.  This represents a 53% growth in revenues for the compared quarters and
 an 86% growth in annual revenues.  This growth is principally the result of
 the addition of two major new customers and increased volume from existing
 customers.  However, revenue growth was not as great as we expected at the
 beginning of the year due to the economic slowdown, which has affected our
 clients.  In addition, as previously announced, two dot.com company clients
 have indicated that they are unable to pay for services we provided, which
 resulted in our having to discontinue servicing these clients and writing off
 a significant amount of billed but uncollected revenue."
     "Our gross profits in our eCustomer Contact Center business were adversely
 impacted during fiscal 2001 for several reasons, among which were our clients'
 exerting pricing pressure on our services, training of new employees to
 rapidly ramp up for increased call volume in the third quarter, the start-up
 costs of our new Evanston, Wyoming facility, and higher than expected costs
 for services provided by EchoPass.  As we previously reported, we have reached
 a new pricing agreement with EchoPass that will improve our gross margin
 percentage.  We have also decreased peak period call volumes with our largest
 customers, thereby maintaining improved utilization with our agents' time.  We
 believe that this will reduce the cost of hiring and training new agents.  As
 a result, our fourth quarter gross margin improved to 14%, after having been
 at 10.4% for our third quarter.  We expect this gross margin percentage to
 continue to improve with the reduced costs associated with our EchoPass
 pricing agreement, our increased agent productivity, and new, less expensive
 systems installed and being installed to handle customer calls," explained
 Mr. Herrick.
     Mr. Herrick continued, "Selling, general and administrative expenses for
 fiscal 2001 decreased 16% to $3.8 million including the $400,000 of additional
 bad debt expense from two troubled dot.com companies who were unable to pay
 us.  This decrease is due primarily to management's continuing cost reduction
 efforts and the Company's discontinuation of the Australian operations in the
 fourth quarter of fiscal 2000."
     Sento's Training Division again experienced lower revenues for the fourth
 quarter and the year, resulting in a loss for the year.  As reported in the
 Company's third quarter report, the main reasons for this decline in
 performance were: 1) Intuit's decision to no longer sell its customer lists to
 the general public, which adversely impacted marketing of QuickBooks classes;
 and 2) students delaying their registration for classes in the new Windows
 2000 MCSE certification classes.  Sento expected to complete the negotiation
 of a new contract with Intuit for QuickBooks customer lists during the fourth
 quarter and have significant improvement in enrollment of students in the
 Windows 2000 MCSE classes.  However, neither of these events occurred during
 the fourth quarter as expected, and Sento was therefore unable to produce the
 revenues and profits that were previously anticipated.  Sento is now pleased
 to announce it has signed an agreement with Intuit, and enrollment in the
 Windows 2000 MCSE classes is improving.  In addition, Sento has hired a new
 manager for the Training Division, who is solving many of the problems the
 Company has experienced in this division.  The Company expects the quarter
 ending June 30, 2001 results for the Training Division to be near break-even,
 and expects this division to be profitable for the following quarters of
 fiscal 2002.
     Sento's balance sheet and cash flow from operations are strong.  Cash flow
 from operations for the year was $1.8 million.  Cash balances are
 $3.5 million, working capital is $4.4 million, the current ratio is 2.1 to 1,
 and Sento has an unused available $3 million revolving line of credit and
 substantial borrowing capacity to finance capital spending.  In addition,
 stockholders' equity has increased from $4.9 million as of March 31, 2000 to
 $5.9 million as of March 31, 2001.  Therefore, Sento believes it is well
 positioned to continue its growth and has available sources of capital to meet
 its expected growth during fiscal 2002.
 
     BUSINESS OUTLOOK
     Sento's outlook on its future financial results, based on current
 expectations, is as follows:
 
     --  For the first quarter of fiscal 2002 ending June 30, 2001, the Company
         expects revenues to be in the range of $7.8 million to $8.4 million
         and net income is expected to be in the range of 6 to 8 cents per
         diluted share.  We expect this will be accomplished through our
         existing customer base, including expected additional revenues from
         existing customers, the addition of new customers, and improved
         operating efficiencies that we began to realize during the fourth
         quarter of fiscal 2001.
 
     --  For the fiscal year ending March 30, 2002, the Company expects
         revenues to be in the range of $40 million to $45 million and net
         income to be in the range of 45 to 60 cents per diluted share.
         Investors should be aware that beginning in fiscal 2002 the Company
         has changed its reporting year from a calendar year to a 52 week year
         with 13 week quarters, each of which will end on the Saturday nearest
         the end of the calendar month of each quarter.
 
     --  The Company is currently reviewing various strategies and alternatives
         regarding the Training Division.
 
     --  For the fiscal year ending March 30, 2002, the Company anticipates
         capital expenditures to be within a range of $4.5 million to
         $5 million, depending on required capacity for growth and the
         obtaining of new customers during fiscal 2002 which ends on March 30,
         2002.
 
     The SEC has recently adopted Regulation FD that requires companies to make
 disclosure of material, nonpublic information simultaneously to the entire
 general public, whereas previously some companies generally guided only
 analysts in their business outlook.  Sento has adopted procedures for
 communicating its outlook for financial results simultaneously to the general
 public.  All guidance will be published within Sento's quarterly earnings
 releases or by other publicly available means.  Sento will keep its earnings
 releases publicly available on its web site at www.sento.com.  In addition,
 Sento has previously announced that it will hold a conference call on
 April 24, 2001 at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the results of its fourth
 quarter, fiscal 2001, business developments and future growth and
 opportunities.
 
     SENTO PROFILE
     Sento Corporation provides the latest in CRM (Customer Relations
 Management) service solutions for a diversified portfolio of organizations.
 These services include telephone, e-mail, Web text chat, Web callbacks,
 browser collaboration, voicemail, and fax.  These solutions are designed to
 direct incoming interactions to the right client company's agent at the right
 time with skills-based routing and customer data screen pops, enabling
 immediate and accurate customer care.  Sento also specializes in Help Desk
 Services, Technical Training, and Education.  Sento conducts its business
 through its operating divisions, including Sento Training and Sento Technical
 Services.  For more information, visit Sento's home page at www.sento.com
 
     FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS
     Statements in this press release which are not purely historical are
 forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities
 Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Such statements encompass Sento's beliefs,
 expectations, hopes or intentions regarding future events.  Words such as
 "expects," "intends," "believes," "anticipates," and "likely" also identify
 forward-looking statements.  All forward-looking statements included in this
 release are made as of the date hereof and are based on information available
 to Sento as of such date.  Sento assumes no obligation to update any
 forward-looking statement.  Actual results could differ materially from those
 anticipated for a number of reasons, including, among others: variations in
 market and economic conditions; the Company's dependence on its limited number
 of key customers; reduction in services requested by the Company's customers
 resulting in lower revenues for the Company; the Company's ability to complete
 negotiations and execute customer agreements; the Company's reliance on
 EchoPass Corporation for outsourced technical services; risk of emergency
 interruption of the eCustomer Contact Center operations; and other
 unanticipated factors.  Risk factors, cautionary statements and other
 conditions which could cause actual results to differ from the Company's
 current expectations are contained in the Company's filings with the
 Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Company's Annual Report on
 Form 10-KSB.
 
 
                         SENTO CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
 
                       Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
 
                                       Assets
 
                                                March 31, 2001  March 31, 2000
     Current assets:
      Cash                                         $3,575,740     $2,382,321
      Accounts receivable (net)                     4,431,326      3,422,359
      Other current assets                            211,855        216,207
       Total current assets                         8,218,921      6,020,887
 
     Property and equipment (net)                   4,002,216      2,158,887
     Other assets                                      73,795        217,026
       Total Assets                               $12,294,932     $8,396,800
 
 
                        Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity
 
     Current liabilities:
      Current portion of long-term debt              $714,371        $80,492
      Accounts payable                              1,417,148        752,976
      Accrued liabilities                           1,477,541      1,278,420
      Customer Deposits                               219,758        247,540
       Total current liabilities                    3,828,818      2,359,428
     Long-term liabilities:
      Long-term debt, net of current portion        1,478,264        140,677
      Convertible Bonds                             1,092,824        998,414
       Total long-term liabilities                  2,571,088      1,139,091
     Stockholders' equity                           5,895,026      4,898,281
 
       Total liabilities and stockholders'
        equity                                    $12,294,932     $8,396,800
 
 
                         SENTO CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
 
                  Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
                                (Quarters Unaudited)
 
                         Three months  Three months    Year           Year
                             Ended       Ended         Ended          Ended
                           March 31,   March 31,     March 31,      March 31,
                             2001         2000         2001           2000
 
     Revenue             $8,496,641    $6,368,767  $29,250,662   $18,768,774
     Cost of sales        7,266,267     4,784,984   24,588,987    14,017,316
      Gross profit        1,230,374     1,583,783    4,661,675     4,751,458
     Costs and expenses:
      Selling, general
       and administrative 1,190,906     1,108,023    3,795,540     4,523,236
      Research and development   --        48,550           --       242,225
       Total costs and
        expenses          1,190,906     1,156,573    3,795,540     4,765,461
      Operating income
       (loss)                39,468       427,210      866,135       (14,003)
     Equity loss on
      investment in
      EchoPass Corp.             --      (194,172)    (149,795)     (194,172)
     Other income (loss),
      net                   (71,717)      (24,378)    (164,029)       80,021
     Income (loss) before
      taxes                 (32,249)      208,660      552,311      (128,154)
     Income tax (expense)
      benefit                    --       (21,459)          --        67,832
 
     Income (loss) from
      continuing
      operations            (32,249)      187,201      552,311       (60,322)
 
     Loss on discontinued
      operations, net of
      income taxes               --            --           --       (51,389)
     Net income (loss)     $(32,249)     $187,201     $552,311     $(111,711)
 
     Basic earnings per share:
     Income (loss) from
      continuing operations      --          0.02         0.07        (0.01)
     Income (loss) from
      discontinued operations    --            --           --            --
     Net income (loss)          $--         $0.02       $ 0.07       $(0.01)
 
     Diluted earnings per share:
     Income (loss) from
      continuing operations      --          0.02         0.06        (0.01)
     Income (loss) from
      discontinued operations    --            --           --            --
     Net income (loss)          $--         $0.02       $ 0.06       $(0.01)
 
 
     Weighted average number of
      common and common equivalent
      shares outstanding:
 
     Basic                8,543,509     8,154,437    8,484,538     7,565,810
     Diluted              8,543,509     9,885,641    9,024,969     7,565,810
 
     For further information please contact Gary Filler, Chief Financial
 Officer, Gary_Filler@sento.com, or Stan Cutler, Controller,
 Stanley_Cutler@sento.com, both of Sento Corporation, 801-492-2000.
 
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