New Publisher Spotlight Series Provides Continued Education; Strengthens Relationships between Channel Intelligence and Key Comparison Shopping Engines

Orlando, Fla. (August 21, 2007) – Today Channel Intelligence (CI) announced the successful completion of its first Publisher Spotlight held at its offices in Orlando, Fla. The company plans to offer a regular series of Publisher Spotlights where leading comparison shopping engines and online marketplaces can present their offerings, value propositions, upcoming features and differentiators to the teams at CI who work directly with the world’s foremost retailers through the company’s SellCast™ Retailer Solutions. Publishers in attendance during the three-day series of presentations included Google, Shopping.com, PriceGrabber, Jellyfish.com, FindGift.com, Pronto, GPShopper, TheFind and Like.com.

Michael Nunez, Publisher Evangelist for Channel Intelligence, said, “We created this program for many reasons, as we recognized the importance of working closely with all of our partners. The Publisher Spotlight Series provides the opportunity for a deeper level of interaction that will serve to strengthen relationships and expand our knowledge base, to ultimately benefit the mutual clients we support by helping us to continually provide greater value.”

This first Publisher Spotlight was well-received by attending partners.

“We were excited when CI asked us to participate in the Publisher Spotlight,” commented Bob Zakrzewski, President and Founder of FindGift.com. “This enabled FindGift.com to highlight the uniqueness of our site and the value consumers bring to gift-buying.”

“Channel Intelligence continues to raise the bar on data optimization and feed management services, so it was an easy choice to make the trip to Orlando to be a part of the Publisher Spotlight,” said Greg Kaldor, VP of Merchant Services for Jellyfish.com. “We look forward to working with Channel Intelligence as we onboard new merchants this year.”

“Being able to meet with the entire Channel Intelligence team face-to-face was an opportunity we rarely get with our data partners, making this Publisher Spotlight an important meeting for PriceGrabber,” added Jonathan Margolis, Manager of New Accounts. “The interactive nature of my session and the feedback received from the team was invaluable.”

Attendees from Channel Intelligence included members from the client services, account management, data operations, publisher network, product management and marketing departments. The company’s executives also participated in the sessions.

For publishers seeking more information about participation in upcoming Publisher Spotlights, please contact Michael Nunez directly at michael.nunez@channelintelligence.com.

About Channel Intelligence
Powered by the patented CommerceIQ™ technology platform, Channel Intelligence (CI) web-initiated commerce solutions make it easy for online shoppers to find and buy products whether they start at retailer sites, manufacturer sites, destination shopping sites, or mobile shopping applications. Using a series of robust data optimization techniques offered through the CommerceIQ platform, CI significantly improves the quality of product data and the placement of products on the Internet. Every day CI manages and syndicates millions of products valued at over $3 billion dollars through its three primary services – SellPath® Manufacturer Solutions, SellCast™ Retailer Solutions, and SellCore™ Publisher Solutions. CI customers include hundreds of the world’s best known brands including Best Buy, Black & Decker, Canon, Circuit City, Fujifilm, LG Electronics, Logitech, Mitsubishi, Neiman Marcus Group, OfficeMax, Olympus, Palm, Panasonic, PETCO, Skechers, SmartBargains.com, Spiegel, The Stanley Works, and Target. Channel Intelligence, a partner company of Internet Capital Group (Nasdaq: ICGE), is based in Orlando, Fla., with offices in Europe. www.channelintelligence.com

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Published on: 12:00AM on 24th August 2007