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TrueCredit.com Taps Sonoa Systems For Credit Product API Management

Solution heps secure and manage consumers' sensitive data at the micro level, says TrueCredit.com's CTO

SANTA CLARA, CA " July 16, 2009 " Sonoa Systems, Inc., an innovative provider of analytics, management, and governance solutions for APIs and cloud services has been selected by TrueCredit.com to help manage the online consumer credit product leader's "Consumer Connect" initiative, which will be syndicated through partners via APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) .

TrueCredit.com developed Consumer Connect to work with select partners in providing consumers with financial information where core products, such as credit reporting, monitoring and scoring are involved. Sonoa's API management solution will provide analytics, security and access control for TrueCredit.com's critical data. The solution will also enable enhanced tracking of access to the company's credit products online.

"With Consumer Connect, our goal was to transform how consumers access and interact with credit and financial information on the Web," said Scott Metzger, Chief Technology Officer at TrueCredit.com. "Sonoa's solution has provided us with the enhanced capability to secure and manage consumers' sensitive data at the micro level, which is of real business value to us." There's real business value here with Sonoa's solution.

"TrueCredit.com is innovating how people can manage their finances at a time when economic health is more vital then ever," said Chet Kapoor, Chief Executive Officer of Sonoa Systems. "Our technology will effectively enable the company to manage its open credit products and remain focused on that type of innovation, rather than on the minutia of API infrastructure moving forward."

About TrueCredit Since 1999, TrueCredit.com has helped millions of consumers manage their own credit health. Through a suite of educational materials, free monthly newsletters and easy-to-use products, the company helps consumers understand personal credit management and empowers them to achieve greater financial well-being. TrueCredit.com's online products include credit reports, credit and insurance scores, credit monitoring, debt management tools and identity theft insurance products.

TrueCredit.com is the direct-to-consumer arm of Chicago-based TransUnion Interactive, a subsidiary of TransUnion, a global leader in credit and information management. Manage your credit. Manage your life.SM www.gotruecredit.com

About Sonoa Systems Sonoa provides analytics, management and governance solutions for APIs, feeds and cloud services. Sonoa customers include over 50 leading enterprise, SaaS and media companies. Leading customers such as Pfizer, Warner Music, and IntraLinks use Sonoa to create new revenue channels, reduce costs, and innovate faster. The company is based in Santa Clara, CA, privately held, and backed by leading investors including Norwest Venture Partners, Bay Partners, Third Point Ventures, and SAP Ventures. For more see www.sonoasystems.com.

Media Contact: Jesse Odell or Raksha Varma LaunchSquad +1 (415) 625-8555 [email protected]

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