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Transportation Service Provider Selects EXTOL International for EDI Integration

02-18-2010 10:35 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: EXTOL International Inc.

/ PR Agency: Schubert Communications
Transportation Service Provider Selects EXTOL International

EXTOL International Inc., a leading provider of B2B, application and data integration solutions, and Covenant Transportation Group (NASDAQ: CVTI), a national group of transportation providers, have entered an agreement that establishes the EXTOL EDI Integrator for Windows as Covenant’s standard electronic data integration (EDI) platform. EXTOL EDI Integrator will automate electronic data transfer between Covenant’s four operating subsidiaries and its more than 500 trading partners.

The EXTOL EDI Integrator is a module of the EXTOL Business Integrator (EBI), a Java-based product. EBI is an integration platform that automates business processes for standard and proprietary B2B, software as a service (SaaS), service-oriented, application and data integrations. It will allow Covenant to more easily exchange electronic information with any trading partner, including order forms, invoices, shipment notices and other standard EDI messages.

Covenant also selected EXTOL Secure for AS2 compliant data communications and EXTOL Portal VAN network for Internet communications.

For more information about EXTOL’s EDI and business integration solutions, visit www.extol.com.

About EXTOL International Inc.
EXTOL International Inc. is a leading provider of B2B, application, and data integration solutions for the mid-sized enterprise. EXTOL enables companies to exchange and integrate transactions and documents, regardless of form or format, between their applications and those of their partners. The EXTOL Business Integrator is an integration platform for both internal and external/B2B applications including integration of EDI, XML spreadsheets, flat files and databases. For more information, go to www.extol.com.

About Covenant Transportation Group
Covenant Transportation Group (NASDAQ: CVTI) includes operations from Covenant Transport Inc. and Covenant Transport Solutions of Chattanooga, Tenn.; Southern Refrigerated Transport of Texarkana, Ark.; and Star Transportation of Nashville, Tenn. The consolidated group operates more than 3,100 tractors and 8,000 trailers. www.ctginfo.com

EXTOL International Inc.
529 Terry Reiley Way
PO Box 1010
Pottsville PA 17901-7010
Media Contact: Ashley Reppert
areppert@schubert.com

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