Hometown Connections Names Milsoft Utility Solutions Business Partner of the Year

ABILENE, Texas, Oct. 21, 2008 — Milsoft Utility Solutions, Inc. was recently honored by receiving the 2008 Partner of the Year award from Hometown Connections Incorporated (HCI), a subsidiary of the American Public Power Association. Each year HCI recognizes one of its partners on achievements and overall value provided to public power utilities during the previous year.

“During the first year of our partnership, Milsoft has developed a flawless track record in delivering value to public power through its high quality smart grid solutions. Its sales performance combined with outstanding customer care and responsiveness were the driving factors in Hometown's selection of Milsoft” said Tim Blodgett, President of HCI.

“Our relationship with HCI is extremely valuable and we are very proud to be selected Partner of the Year”, said Leon Giesecke, President, Milsoft Utility Solutions. “Having preferred vendor status with HCI for Engineering Analysis, Outage Management, Interactive Voice Response, and Geospatial Information System solutions did not come easily. Milsoft's 20-year track record of outstanding customer service and reliable solutions won us preferred provider status. Proving our record over the past year to the public power market won us Partner of the Year,” said Giesecke.

About Milsoft Utility Solutions, Inc.

Milsoft has been supplying software solutions to the utility industry for more than 20 years. Milsoft clients include more than 1,000 rural electric cooperatives, municipalities, educational institutions, and consultants both in the United States and abroad. For more information please visit: www.milsoft.com.

About Hometown Connections

Hometown Connections is the utility services subsidiary of the American Public Power Association securing discounted pricing, group packaging and high levels of service for APPA members. Since its founding in 1997, more than 500 public power utilities have collectively saved more than $9 million by making purchases through Hometown Connections.

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