Software solutions company Neoworks have been engaged to build huddle
(www.gohuddle.com), a secure online collaboration and team-working
environment.

huddle is a unique network of secure online spaces where you and your
team, partners and customers can come together to work on documents,
plan projects and collaborate on ideas. It is like a MySpace for
business collaboration.

Nigel Atkinson, Neoworks' Business Development Director says: "This is
an exciting project for us as it uniquely combines social networking
concepts with powerful document management and collaborative project
management systems to create an incredibly useful business tool. Not
only are we developing the environment, but we will also be one of the
first customers."

Ali Mitchell, one of the founding members of the huddle team, says: "We
are delighted to be working with Neoworks on the development of huddle,
which we believe will transform the way people work together, share and
use information, reduce costs and improve productivity. Neoworks
extensive experience in the collaboration arena combined with their
technical skillset made them the ideal partners for this complex project
- which will be going live at the end of this year."

For further information on Neoworks or this project please contact Karen Durham-Diggins, KDD PR: on 020 8989 2541/07808 584 624 or email kdd@easynet.co.uk

EDITORS NOTES:

Neoworks: http://www.neoworks.com

Neoworks is a software solution development and consultancy services company located in central London. Neoworks specialise in the provision of software consultancy services and the creation and support of software solutions to marketing, design and advertising agencies, business consultancies and software product vendors. Neoworks have over eight years of experience developing content management, e-commerce and e-business solutions.

Clients include: Levi's® Europe, Five, Universal Group Direct, London Metropolitan University’s Learning Technology Research Institute (LTRI) and Royal Doulton.

Published on: 12:00AM on 26th October 2006