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TMCNet:  SPLICE Software Leverages MyPreferences(R) by PossibleNOW to Enhance Existing Permissions & Preferences Solution

[February 28, 2013]

SPLICE Software Leverages MyPreferences(R) by PossibleNOW to Enhance Existing Permissions & Preferences Solution

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Feb 28, 2013 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- SPLICE Software, provider of personalized multichannel conversations and a specialist in SaaS-based unique human audio, today announces a strategic partnership with Atlanta, GA-based PossibleNOW, the leading provider of customer experience and preference management solutions, to utilize the MyPreferences(R) enterprise preference management platform.

This partnership provides SPLICE clients/prospects with access to a simple way to deploy a scalable and robust permissions and preferences platform and enables a significant upgrade to SPLICE's Permissions & Preferences Solution. The Permissions and Preference Management System (PPMS) powered by MyPreferences provides a new, secure way for enterprises to capture, manage and distribute all customer preference data in a secure, streamlined environment. Using Permissions & Preferences, enterprises can now personalize communications to increase response rates, customer loyalty and revenue.

Launched in 2011, MyPreferences empowers companies to have relevant conversations with prospects and customers and thereby increase engagement, retention and lifetime value of the customer while protecting against regulatory exposure by efficiently collecting and distributing the unique preferences of customers and prospects. MyPreferences lets companies easily aggregate and manage the marketing, account servicing and privacy preferences of customers through a SaaS-based platform that seamlessly integrates with the client's existing infrastructure.

"Preferences and consent are a must! We want to make it simple. SPLICE is all about enhancing the lifetime value of a customer through proactive communication and we work really hard to make it feel easy. The PossibleNOW partnership is a perfect fit. Our customers deserve the best, most robust and scalable solution available and by bundling it with our existing services, deployment is a breeze!" said Tara Kelly, president and founder of SPLICE Software. "Our Permissions & Preferences Management System offers various ways for our clients to safely manage and store customer consent while breaking through the noise and making a human connection. MyPreferences powers us with a compliancy and preference engine like no other. Ask us for a demo; I think you will like what you see." The Permissions & Preferences Management System supports the management of all types of consumer preferences, including: -- Marketing preferences - Which products and services consumers have interest in and how they would like to receive communications regarding those products.

-- Account preferences - How consumers wish to receive account servicing communications regarding the products and services that they have purchased, such as e-bill or account notifications.

-- Privacy preferences - Federal and state regulated "Do Not Contact" preferences, such as Do Not Call or Do Not Email, which must be adhered to or significant fines apply.

"Because of its technology, market positioning and leadership, SPLICE is an ideal partner for PossibleNOW," said PossibleNOW CEO Scott Frey. "Our groundbreaking technology represents a game-changing shift for SPLICE clients and prospects. We're looking forward to working with Tara and her team for a long time to come." SPLICE's Permissions & Preferences Management System, powered by MyPreferences, is a cloud-based, turn-key solution. With real-time data transfer and 100% compliance guaranteed, this solution collects and manages detailed preference and privacy data, and can be utilized independently or seamlessly integrated into the SPLICE Client Portal. To find out how Permissions & Preferences can work for you, visit www.splicesoftware.com.

About SPLICE Software SPLICE Software provides voice, video, phone, text / SMS, landing pages, mobile landing pages, email, direct mail, and web applications in a cloud-based solution through software as a service model (SaaS). SPLICE specializes in unique human audio as an on-demand service for enterprises; offering them the ability to connect with customers using personalized data driven dialog. At the same time, SPLICE uses the data gained through each interaction to populate the company's calling list database and maintain their Do Not Call list and Preferences & Permissions. For more information about SPLICE Software, visit www.splicesoftware.com.

About PossibleNOW PossibleNOW, headquartered near Atlanta, Georgia, is the trusted source for consumer preference management and compliance solutions. PossibleNOW leverages its expertise in information technology, database management, and consumer privacy and regulatory compliance to provide cloud-based applications and solutions. PossibleNOW's MyPreferences(R) is an enterprise preference management solution that effectively collects and manages the contact preferences of customers and prospects including servicing, privacy, marketing (opt-in and opt-out) across all marketing channels and makes the preference data actionable. The DNCSolution(R) suite of cloud-based services provides comprehensive tools that help direct marketers comply with federal and state Do Not Contact legislation (Do Not Call, Do Not Fax, Do Not E-mail, Do Not Mail). For more information, call (800) 585-4888 or (770) 255-1020, e-mail info@possiblenow.com or visit www.possiblenow.com.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Uproar PR for SPLICE Software Kristin Serio 321-236-0102 x224 kserio@uproarpr.com PossibleNOW Eric Tejeda, Director of Product Marketing 770-255-1020 etejeda@possiblenow.com SOURCE: SPLICE Software Incorporated

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