Nathan Gold Named DEMOmobile 2000 DEMO God

EMERYVILLE, CA — DECEMBER 1, 2000 — Nathan Gold, director of Wireless and Mobile/Marketing Development for Extensity Inc. (Nasdaq: EXTN), a leading provider of Internet-based workforce optimization solutions, was rewarded for his on stage demonstration at this year's DEMOmobile 2000 conference. With an approximate six-minute timeframe to introduce his company, explain his business model, and demonstrate the product, Gold not only fulfilled the requirements, he engaged the audience and impressed the judges.


"The DEMO audience is smart, sophisticated, and knowledgeable about the industry; in other words, it's a tough nut to crack," said Jim Forbes, producer of DEMOmobile. "We confer upon Nathan Gold the honor of DEMO God status because he displayed true grace under pressure and more than adequately explained his company's mission and technology."

The annual DEMO and DEMOmobile conferences focus on emerging technologies and new products, which are hand-selected by executive producers Chris Shipley and Jim Forbes from across the spectrum of the personal technology marketplace. Top executives from the leading hardware and software technology companies, venture capitalists, journalists from key industry publications and industry analysts attend the DEMO and DEMOmobile conferences to preview the most promising products and technologies for the coming year.

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About Extensity

Extensity is a leading provider of Internet-based applications for travel and expense reporting, project time capture, and procurement. Extensity provides a complete workforce optimization solution that frees employees from the hassles of time consuming and costly administrative tasks, ensures adherence to corporate policies, and provides real-time information critical for keeping businesses profitable. Extensity is now globally deployed in more than 40 countries with more than 570,000 licensed seats and over 220 customers, including A.T. Kearney, Bestfoods, Cisco Systems, Four Seasons Hotels and Home Box Office. More information about Extensity is available on its web site located at .

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