Bottomline Bills With AT&T

Bottomline Technologies uses AT&T Internet Data Center to host growing Web-based legal e-Billing services

February 24, 2003

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PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- Bottomline Technologies (NASDAQ: EPAY - News), a leading global provider of Financial Resource Management (FRM) solutions, today announced that it has implemented, and is fully operational with an AT&T (NYSE: T - News) regional Internet Data Center, serving as the primary hosting partner for Bottomline's Web Series Legal e-Billing services. As a result of growth in e-billing related transactions among the more than 1,800 law firms using its Legal e-Billing Services, Bottomline chose AT&T to provide its customers with the industry's most reliable, secure and scaleable Web hosting service for business critical applications. "Some of the largest corporations in the world - and the thousands of law firms that service them - rely on Bottomline's Legal e-Billing services to manage hundreds of invoices every day. We've streamlined and consolidated a highly-collaborative process and we're enabling our customers to more effectively manage hundreds of millions of dollars in fees, seamlessly and flawlessly," said Thomas D. Gaillard, vice president, Corporate Development, Bottomline Technologies. "As this service continues to grow, we've taken steps to ensure our network infrastructure meets the same gold standard that our legal e-billing applications do for our customers. AT&T provides the network integrity, security and management sophistication we demand, and more importantly, gives us the scalability to manage growth in the future." According to AT&T Hosting and Managed Services vice president Pat Traynor, "Companies large and small are addressing the critical need to have a seamless integration of their back office operations and public Web sites. We are in the midst of a major trend towards companies tapping the expertise of the Internet Data Centers and networking to support their critical business applications environments while helping to improve profitability." AT&T Corp.

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