Orlando, Fla. (August 22, 2007) – Channel Intelligence (CI) announces two new appointments to the SellCast™ Retailer Solutions (http://www.channelintelligence.com/sellcast_overview.html) leadership team: Mark Ebel as Senior Vice President and General Manager, and Tony Carter as Vice President of Program Management. The newly expanded SellCast™ management team reflects the company’s driving commitment to continuous improvement of its marketing technology services for retailers.

“The retail industry evolves at breakneck speed with constant changes in the online landscape, and today’s retailers turn to CI to provide the means to harness those changes as opportunities,” said CI President and CEO Rob White. “Our SellCast™ Retailer Solutions will continue to lead the industry with powerful enhancements to provide even greater value and innovation in the product line as we welcome Mark Ebel and Tony Carter to the SellCast™ leadership team.”

Mark Ebel joins CI as Senior Vice President and General Manager responsible for the future growth and development of the SellCast™ product line. Prior to joining CI, Ebel managed all online marketing activities for the Toys-R-Us and Babies-R-Us brands, including e-mail, paid and natural search, online promotions, affiliate relations, and other online activities driving traffic to stores.

Ebel’s background also includes key roles at Best Buy, where he initiated the company’s online marketing team, and Intel Corporation, where he managed advertising efforts and development of the first Intel consumer Web site, Intel.com. Ebel holds a Master of Business Administration from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. “I look forward to leveraging my experience in the retail industry to help ensure we are continually innovating and producing the best solutions to help the retailer community, as I work with CI to drive the growth and revenue of the SellCast™ product line,” commented Ebel.

Tony Carter joined Channel Intelligence as Vice President of Program Management for SellCast™, heading up the successful execution of the product, operations and technology initiatives of the SellCast™ product line and its associated services. Carter contributes over 13 years in software and system engineering and project management.

Prior to Channel Intelligence, Carter served as director of engineering at EarthLink, one of the nations largest ISPs, and Aluria Software, which was acquired by EarthLink in 2005. Carter’s prior professional experience includes creating a successful IT consulting company specializing in Internet technologies and a managed hosting provider to support the emerging market of Microsoft.NET Web technologies. Carter said of his new role, “CI offers the most comprehensive technology solution available for online retailers. As we continue to service more and more of the industry’s leading retail brands, I anticipate overseeing our back-end operations as they scale with our business as well as future product developments. This will ensure our customers always benefit from a solid technology platform to drive their eCommerce business and corresponding revenues.”

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, FL with offices in Europe. http://www.channelintelligence.com

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