Now Software Announces “Family Pack” Promotion

COLUMBUS, OHIO — August 1, 2006 — Now Software today announced a
special promotion focused on family users of its popular group
calendar and contact manager, Now Up-to-Date & Contact. For a limited
time, families can purchase four or five user “packs”, allowing
family members to share calendars, schedule events, and share address
books, using the same business-class features as thousands of
businesses, schools, and organizations.

“Now Up-to-Date & Contact is targeted at business and power users,”
said John Wallace, president of Now Software, “but I frequently hear
from people who want to use it for their family scheduling. With kids
going back to school or away to college or with grandparents in
another city, a Now Up-to-Date & Contact Family Pack is a great way
to plan family events and keep track of the complexities of daily
life. I use it for my family as much as I do for work.”

The Now Up-to-Date & Contact Family Pack promotion is available for a
limited time and only available for personal, non-business or
organizational use of Now Up-to-Date & Contact. The Family Pack is
available in 4-user and 5-user packs of any combination of Mac and
Windows users (special serialization required).
Pricing and Availability

Now Up-to-Date & Contact Family Pack is priced at $199.95 for 4-users
and $249.95 for 5-users (regularly $129.95 each for the boxed
version, or $119.95 each for the online download version). Volume
licensing is also available for education, business, organizations
with multiple users, and government customers. This promotion is
subject to end without notice. To purchase and for additional
details, visit or call
1-800-344-9160 and select the prompt for “Family Pack.”

For more information about Now Up-to-Date & Contact 5.3 for Macintosh
and a free, 30-day demo version please visit

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