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Norway Post Selects Syslore Address Recognition System

mCorrection software significantly streamlines the optical character recognition (OCR) based automated mail sorting process and decreases the proportion of manual work and the amount of mail delivered to incorrect
addresses. mCorrection builds on artificial intelligence and fuzzy search algorithms, which are used to match
and correct incomplete, inaccurate and incorrect address, name and recipient information more efficiently
and accurately than ever before. In addition to increasing the read rates, mCorrection is designed to
maximize the sorting depth. Recognition to the deepest delivery point level allows more mail to be sorted to
the exact door-to-door sequence.

All of Norwayʼs postal traffic will run through the system and the system will be used in all of Norway Postʼs
sorting centres. A new South-Eastern Norway sorting center for letters opens at Robsrud outside Oslo in
2010. mCorrection system will operate as a centralized system, which will be integrated to both the old and
new sorting centresʼ address recognition systems. The project will start this year and it is estimated that it will
continue up to year 2011.

Syslore's Quality Tool software is also part of the delivery. Quality Tool is a web based monitoring, measuring
and comparison tool for postal address recognition. The tool enables postal operators to monitor and
compare address recognition performance and to analyze bottlenecks, development areas and quality
problems in their recognition process.

Norway Post comments: “Our goal is to further automate our mail sorting process and to minimize the
amount of letters which must be video coded. Norway Post is happy to choose Syslore for this multiyear
project. We look forward to a successful co-operation with Syslore.”

'This contract is significant for Syslore', says Syslore CEO, Henri Tykkä. 'We are really happy to be able to
start long-term collaboration with Norway Post. In the present financial situation, companies only invest in
software and systems that return real value added and cost savings. In addition to the general financial
situation, the postal field is facing big challenges as letter volumes decrease, electronic communication
methods become more widespread and the competition in the postal business tightens up. Thus, this
contract manifests the significant cost savings that our software will bring about and the added value created
by the innovative solutions that we have developed. We have developed solutions for postal services for
several years and now we can also leverage on this experience in our co-operation with Norway Post'.

Additional information:
- Syslore Oy, Henri Tykkä, CEO, tel: +358 50 357 5035, email:

About Norway Post Group

Norway Postʼs task is to both provide good, uniform postal services throughout Norway in line with the
licence requirements, while simultaneously running on business terms and being competitive in a market that
is characterised by continuously increasing competition. Expansion within new product and market areas
means that Norway Post is helping to strengthen the traditional postal service and ensure that Norway Post
can maintain a good, countrywide range of high quality postal services. Bring is a Nordic challenger in the
mail and logistics industry. Bring consists of six specialist areas: Express, Citymail, Mail, Logistics,
Frigoscandia and Dialogue, each of which are leading players within their areas. Together, they give Bring a
broad range of products and services and increase the Groupʼs competitiveness.
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About Syslore Ltd.

Syslore is a privately held software company based in Helsinki, Finland. Syslore is focused on address
matching and recognition solutions for postal operators. mCorrection® builds on artificial intelligence and
fuzzy matching algorithms, which are used to recognize postal address and recipient information more
efficiently and accurately than ever before. For more information, please visit:

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