Kmart Corporation (NYSE:KM) has selected its Net Perceptions, Inc's Commerce Solutions advertising and merchandising analytic solution.

The software is used by retailers to deliver detailed insights into product sales performance and forecast the profitability
of advertising and promotions.

"This win illustrates Net Perceptions' growing reputation as a
world-class developer of highly scaleable and sophisticated
merchandising solutions designed for the world's largest
multi-channel retailers," said Steven Snyder, Net Perceptions
president and CEO. "We are the only company that offers technology
that helps solve many of retails' toughest, most enduring advertising
and merchandising questions.

"Net Perceptions has rapidly evolved from our leadership position
in personalization, to helping retailers optimise performance across
the entire merchandise lifecycle, from planning and buying to pricing
and promotion."

Net Perceptions Commerce Solutions software helps businesses
better understand the relationships between the key aspects of every
transaction, the company claims. Through its unique precision merchandising software, businesses are able to transform available data into profitable action across every point of customer contact, whether through websites, stores, call centers, advertising
or wireless interaction. Customers include many of the world's
best-known brands: Best Buy.com, eToys.com, Fingerhut, and J.C. Penney.

About Net Perceptions
Net Perceptions is a supplier of solutions that, the company says, allow companies to translate knowledge into profitable business action. Its Commerce Solutions, Network Solutions and
Knowledge Solutions products enable clients to capitalize on business
information and optimise product assortments, pricing, customer
relationships and intellectual capital. The company is based in the
US and has offices in six other countries. For more information
visit www.netperceptions.com.

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