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									                                                                                 For Immediate Release
                                                                                         April 12, 2010

       TeamSolutions releases TeamSpec and TeamLook with the launch of Visual Studio 2010

TeamSpec and TeamLook provide seamless integration with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010
                         through Microsoft Office Word and Outlook.

Seattle, WA April 12, 2010 – TeamSolutions, a developer of software products that provide integration
between Microsoft Office and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, announced today that is has
released its newest versions of TeamSpec and TeamLook to coincide with the launch of Visual Studio
2010. The new versions of TeamSpec and TeamLook bring some of the great new features of Team
Foundation Server 2010 into Microsoft Office Word and Outlook. By utilizing Visual Studio Application
Lifecycle Management, customers can manage user stories, requirements, tasks, bugs, and other work
items in the familiar environment of Microsoft Office Word and Outlook, and can take advantage of the
new features of Visual Studio 2010, such as work item hierarchies and dependencies.

TeamSpec provides a rich project requirement management experience directly inside Microsoft Office
Word. By making Team Foundation Server project artifacts such as Scenarios, QOS Requirements, Risks,
Issues, Bugs, Tasks, among others, first class citizens inside Microsoft Office Word, TeamSpec enables
Application Lifecycle Management contributions by the Business Analyst, Project Manager, and
Executive roles.

TeamLook extends Microsoft Office Outlook and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server so that all
stakeholders in a software project can communicate more effectively and gain accurate visibility into
project status. TeamLook connects to Visual Studio Team Foundation Server and enables users to view
Work Items, Reports, and other artifacts stored in their Visual Studio Team System installations. With
constant synchronization TeamLook functions in a similar manner to other Microsoft Office Outlook
features, reducing training costs and enabling organizations to realize immediate productivity gains.

“With the newly released Visual Studio 2010, our vision for Requirements Management, Traceability,
and Management solutions is coming to fruition. We are proud to be releasing our best tools in
conjunction with Visual Studio 2010,” said Joe Buys, TeamSolutions’ Principal Partner.

“TeamSolutions’ simultaneous release of its TeamSpec and TeamLook products enables developers to
take advantage of the latest features in Visual Studio 2010,” said Dave Mendlen, senior director of
Developer Marketing at Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft is excited about the opportunity this creates for our
mutual customers to unleash their creativity using the powerful features of TeamSpec and TeamLook
and Visual Studio 2010.”

TeamSpec and TeamLook are available for immediate download with a 90-day free trial. For more
information or to download TeamSpec, please visit www.teamsystemsolutions.com/teamspec. For more
information or to download TeamLook, please visit www.teamsystemsolutions.com/teamlook.


About TeamSolutions
TeamSolutions is a developer of software products that provide integration between Microsoft Office
and Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. TeamSpec, a Microsoft Office Word add-in, provides rich
team project artifact management directly inside Microsoft Office Word allowing specification,
requirement, and other document content to maintain integrity with Microsoft Visual Studio Team
Foundation Server work items. TeamLook, a Microsoft Office Outlook add-in, is a convenient software
project dashboard that enables all stakeholders in a software development project to communicate and
collaborate using Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server from within Microsoft Office Outlook.
To learn more about TeamSolutions, please visit www.teamsystemsolutions.com.

All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

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