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100 Million Reasons To Be An ASP
Interpath received $100 million equity investment in spin-off deal between Bain Capital and CP&L — Bain Capital and Carolina Power & Light each invest $50 million; Bain takes ownership and CP&L retains minority stake in the full-service ASP

INTERPATH: operational expertise to enable Interpath to leverage its position in the ASP marketplace. Upon completion of the transaction, Bain will own 65% and CP&L will own 35% of Interpath. CP&L will retain the fiber optic network assets owned by Interpath, about 50 employees and its 10% limited partnership interest in the BellSouth PCS business. The remaining 450 employees will be retained by the Bain-owned Interpath to service the company s ASP and Data Services operations. Formed in January 1998, Interpath
5/23/2000

Qwest Cyber.Solutions: “A Number 3 Please, and Make It Grande”
Qwest Cyber.Solutions unveiled a new product portfolio for sector specific ASP solutions. The QCS Enterprise Freedom™ product suite is designed to offer flexible, fast, reliable platform solutions. The company has packaged their ASP products, to serve as the foundation for solutions offered to the finance, communications, healthcare and services sectors.

INTERPATH: Market Impact Corio, USinternetworking, Interpath and others, offer similar product solutions. The implied differentiation occurs with QCS s identification of select industry verticals and the leveraged use of KPMG s templates. We believe the ASP market is evolving where product offerings are normalizing (mix of ERP, CRM, and e-commerce, etc.) and vendors are establishing value packages targeting specific industries. We expect this trend to continue. As more organizations embrace an outsourced
6/8/2000


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