iapps Receives Three 2005 WebAwards for Web Sites Developed on Orgitecture® Software Platform

October 25, 2005

Washington DC. October 25, 2005 - iapps, a division of Bridgeline Software, has been awarded three 2005 WebAwards from the Web Marketing Association. The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation and the Eugene & Agnes E. Meyer Foundation each received "Outstanding Website Awards" in their respective government and nonprofit categories. The Boston-based Barr Foundation received a "Standard of Excellence Award." All of the web projects recognized are developed on iapps' Orgitecture software platform.

iapps' Orgitecture software platform facilitates the development of custom Internet, intranet and extranet sites using a repository of web-based modules to support the online publishing, collaboration and community-building needs of its customers. The software modules included in the Orgitecture platform are: constituent management, content management, logic-based survey tools, discussion boards, resource libraries, calendaring, email newsletter tools, event registration, and more.

"We're honored to once again have our work recognized by the Web Marketing Association," said Miles Fawcett, iapps' President. "We believe our clients are stellar examples of how the Internet can be used to improve the effectiveness of mission-driven social enterprises."

In 2005, WMA judged over 1,800 entries on design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, navigation and ease of use. Judges include members of the media, advertising executives, site designers, content providers and webmasters.

Since 2000, iapps has received over 25 awards from the Web Marketing Association. Web properties developed by iapps receiving WebAwards in past years include: The William T. Grant Foundation, The Partnership for Public Service, The Annenberg Foundation, andCenter for Health Care Strategies.

Now in its ninth year, the WebAward competition for web site excellence is conducted by the Web Marketing Association, Inc., an independent volunteer organization founded with the purpose of evaluating, recognizing and increasing the standard of excellence on the World Wide Web. The annual WebAwards competition judges web sites against Internet standards and peer sites within their industry. More information about the Web Marketing Association, Web Award competition and winners can be found at www.webaward.org.

About iapps

iapps (www.iapps.com), a division of Bridgeline Software, is a leading provider of Internet solutions for the philanthropic sector. Founded in 1994, the company has provided innovative Web-based solutions to some of the nation's largest and most prominent foundations, affinity groups, and charitable organizations. It's flagship product, Orgitecture®, facilitates the development of custom Internet, intranet and extranet sites using a repository of Web-based modules to support the online publishing, collaboration and community-building needs of its clients. Software modules include: constituent management, content management, logic-based survey tools, discussion boards, resource libraries, calendaring, email newsletter tools, event registration, and more.

iapps customers include some of the world's largest and most renowned grantmaking foundations and social enterprises, such as: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the William T. Grant Foundation, the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, The Commonwealth Fund, the Aspen Institute and Community Health Charities, among others.

About Bridgeline Software

Bridgeline Software (www.bridgelinedigital.com) is developer of content management software, asset management software, learning management systems, and award winning web applications. The types of web services include the complete development of enterprise Internet, intranet, and extranet web properties. Bridgeline specializes in information architecture, usability engineering, rich media development, e-commerce, e-Learning programs, and database development.

Bridgeline's customers include companies such as The Bank of New York, John Hancock, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Cisco, First Albany Companies, Astra Tech, Cadaret Grant, Nomura Securities, March of Dimes, Omgeo, The New York Times, Power Steering Software, National Fire Protection Association, US Ski Team, and the Federal Mediation & Conciliation Service.