Moxie Software Named Edison Awards Finalist

Employee Spaces™ Will Be Recognized in the Living, Working & Learning Environments – Employee Learning Systems Category at Edison Awards Gala on April 5 in New York

Mountain View, CA, February 10, 2011 — Moxie Software today announced it has been named one of three Award finalists by the 2011 Edison Best New Product Awards™.  The Edison Awards are known around the world for recognizing and honoring innovation and excellence in the development, marketing and launch of new products and services.  Employee Spaces ™ by Moxie Software is a finalist in the Living, Working & Learning Environments – Employee Learning Systems category, one of twelve categories honored by the Edison Awards.

The distinguished awards symbolize the persistence and excellence personified by Thomas Alva Edison, inspiring America’s drive to remain in the forefront of innovation, creativity and ingenuity in the global economy.

“This year’s Awards recognize a broad array of innovations including far-reaching products, services and technologies that impact daily life,” said Edison Awards Steering Committee chair Sarah Miller Caldicott, a great grandniece of Thomas Edison.  “The Awards applaud the forward-thinking innovations for which Thomas Edison remains internationally admired.  It’s exciting to see companies like Moxie Software continuing his legacy of challenging conventional thinking.”

“Moxie’s Employee Spaces™ leverages the best innovations in social networking and consumer technology to improve the way people work. It gives people the ability to connect, share and co-create knowledge and  accelerate innovation within their organizations not possible just a few short years ago,” said Tom Kelly, CEO, Moxie Software.  “We are honored to be a finalist in this prestigious awards program.”

The ballot of nominees for the Edison Best New Product Awards™ is judged by roughly 2,000 members of the not-for-profit Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG), an organization comprising America’s top marketing professionals and academics.  In a comprehensive peer-review process, the nominees are judged on Marketplace Innovation, Marketplace Success, Technological Innovation, Market Structure Innovation, Societal Impact, and Design Innovation.

Winners of the Gold, Silver and Bronze awards will be announced April 5, 2011 at the historic Capitale ballroom in New York.  In addition to announcing this year’s Best New Product Award recipients, the evening will feature the presentation of the prestigious Edison Achievement Award to Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motor Company, and to John Hendricks, Founder and Chairman of Discovery Communications, both of whom have made a significant and lasting contribution to innovation throughout their careers.

The Edison Awards Steering Committee is comprised of senior executives with diverse marketing, scientific, and business backgrounds who monitor the development and successful launch of innovative products each year.  The Committee is responsible for bestowing the annual Edison Achievement Awards and serves as a guidepost in developing the list of nominees that is presented to the Edison Best New Product Award judges.

The 2011 Edison Awards are sponsored by The Nielsen Company, Discovery Channel, Science Channel, Spencer Trask and Bzz Agent.  The Edison Awards are granted under the aegis of the Thomas A. Edison Papers at Rutgers University, a globally recognized research network dedicated to the study of innovation and its application in the 21st Century.  For more information about the Edison Award finalists, please visitwww.edisonawards.com.

About Moxie Software, Inc.
Moxie provides the most intuitive and comprehensive social enterprise software for employee and customer engagement through its Spaces™ by Moxie platform. Hundreds of the world’s most respected and innovative companies trust Moxie to empower their people to deliver innovative and exceptional results. Engage with Moxie Software at www.MoxieSoft.com and see what our thought leaders are saying at www.moxieinsight.com.