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  • 1. UNAUDITED FINANCIAL INFORMATION TIE Holding N.V. Unaudited Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements For the nine month period ended June 30, 2008 Key Financials Q3_2008 Q3_2007 9M_2008 9M_2007 ( x 1,000) Financial Results Total Income 2,641 2,425 7,226 7,314 Direct Purchase Costs 336 282 988 835 Employee Benefits 1,521 1,559 5,186 4,697 Depreciation, Amortization and Impairment Losses 68 149 919 459 Other Operating Expenses 676 712 2,203 1,903 Net Income 25 (291) (2,101) (613) Equity Total Shareholders Equity 205 3,494 205 3,494 Total Equity Instruments 1,035 1,270 1,035 1,270 Minority Interest 14 26 14 - Total Equity 1,254 4,790 1,254 4,790 Employees (expressed as full time equivalents) Average Number of Employees 89 82 87 70 Per Share of Ordinary Shares Net Income (weighted average) 0.00 (0.01) (0.04) (0.01) Equity (closing) 0.02 0.07 0.01 0.07 54,755 48,728 54,755 48,728 Number of Shares Outstanding at end of Reporting Period (x 1,000) Weighted Average Number of Shares Outstanding (x 1,000) 53,417 47,864 52,538 45,652 Weighted average number of shares adjusted for calculation 58,256 51,493 53,768 49,398 diluted earnings per share (x 1,000) Share Price Last Trading Day in reporting period 0.12 0.28 0.12 0.28 Highest 0.14 0.34 0.28 0.43 Lowest 0.10 0.28 0.10 0.28 1
  • 2. UNAUDITED FINANCIAL INFORMATION Financial Results Financial results for the three months ended June 30, 2008 Introduction Net income for the quarter amounts to 25k (Q3_2007: -293k). Total Income for the quarter amount to 2.6m (Q2_2007: 2.4m). The weighted average USD to exchange rate for the third quarter of 2008 was 1.5564 compared to 1.3536 over the same period in 2007, a deterioration of 15%. For 2008 year to date the weighted average USD to exchange rate amounted to 1.5484 compared to 1.3269 for 2007. Despite the current situation on the world markets, TIE succeeded in boosting total income compared to last year and second quarter this year, both by 200K, this is including Sinfox being fully integrated. During the 3rd quarter the company further improved its cost structure by reducing and controlling the expenses. The company further succeeded in improving its (total) equity by attracting new capital through the issuance of convertible bonds to its management for 265K, a third party investor for 50K. An additional convertible bond of 700K will be issued to a third party upon receipt of 700K, which amount is due by September 30, 2008. Furthermore Alto imaging agreed to convert part of the 500K loan into a convertible bond for the amount of 395K Total Income The following tables provide the breakdown of Total Income by category and region (and the percentage of Total Income represented by each category) for the financial periods indicated: Income by category Q3_2008 Q3_2007 9M_2008 9M_2007 Licenses 388 15% 537 22% 1,038 14% 1,624 22% Maintenance and Support 743 28% 754 31% 2,294 32% 2,254 31% Consultancy 523 20% 460 19% 1,479 20% 1,606 22% Software as a Service 790 30% 597 25% 1,980 27% 1,616 22% Other Income 197 7% 77 3% 435 6% 214 3% Total Revenues 2,641 100% 2,425 100% 7,226 100% 7,314 100% License revenues are down -149k (- 28%) compared to the third quarter of 2007, and down 36% for year to date. The decrease in license sales is partially compensated by an increase in SaaS services. Maintenance revenues are slightly down compared to comparative periods, -1% for the quarter and +2% for the year. There is some pressure on maintenance revenue as a result of SaaS sales opposite to license sales. SaaS revenues include maintenance fees. Additionally maintenance revenues are affected by the adverse USD to currency exchange rate developments. Consultancy revenues are up 63k compared to the second quarter of 2007. This represents an increase of 14%. 2
  • 3. UNAUDITED FINANCIAL INFORMATION SaaS revenue increased by 193k (32%) from 597k in the second quarter of 2007 to 790k in the second quarter of 2008. Remaining growth is mainly autonomous growth pertaining EDI products offered in a SaaS environment. Other income consists predominantly of government grants with respect to the EC supported STASIS and the SEAMless development projects. The research effort under EC supported projects increased further still over the third quarter of 2008 with two additional projects, SOA4ALL, NESSI2010 and NEXOF-RA, of which revenue increased by 120K. Direct Purchase Costs Q3_2008 Q3_2007 9M_2008 9M_2007 Direct Purchase Costs 336 282 988 835 Total Direct Purchase Costs 336 282 988 835 Direct Purchase Costs are expenses directly related to the sale of a TIE product. In some instances these may include the costs of third party software. Direct Purchase Costs are up 18% compared to the third quarter of 2007 as well as year to date compared to 2007 year to date. Costs of Software Licenses are consistent with last years third quarter. Costs of maintenance are up by 7k for the quarter. The use of third party consultants was stable over the quarter, however year to date shows an decrease by 67K (30%).. Direct costs pertaining to SaaS have increased from 147k over the third quarter of 2007 to 190k over the third quarter of 2008. This increase is consistent with the SaaS revenue development. Operating Expenses The following table provides a breakdown of the total operating expenses for the financial periods indicated: Operating Expenses by category Q3_2008 Q3_2007 9M_2008 9M_2007 Employee Benefits 1,521 67% 1,559 64% 5,186 62% 4,697 67% Depreciation, Amortization and Impairments 68 3% 149 6% 919 11% 459 7% Other Operating Expenses 676 30% 712 29% 2,203 27% 1,903 27% 2,26 100 2,42 100 8,30 100 7,05 100 Total Operating Expenses 5 % 0 % 8 % 9 % Employee benefit expenses for the quarter are comparable to the expenses of last years third quarter, however employment costs of the former Sinfox staff is fully included in the third quarter. Year to date the costs are higher mainly due to the redundancy costs of the former CEO. Depreciation, Amortization and Impairment costs have reached normal levels, as impairments charges have been taken in the second quarter. Other Operating Expenses decreased by 36K (-5%) compared to prior year second quarter as a result of costs savings, which started at the beginning of the third quarter. Year to date other operating expenses increased by 300K (16%) as a result of a significant balance of one time expenses pertaining to legal proceedings as well as the temporary replacement of in house legal counsel. Other operating expenses include a movement of 95k in the bad debt provision, of which 66k relates to an additional write of on the Sports Channel License agreement with Keunen Holding. 3
  • 4. UNAUDITED FINANCIAL INFORMATION Depreciation, Amortisation and Impairment Q3_2008 Q3_2007 9M_2008 9M_2007 Depreciation, amortization of Fixed Assets 68 149 196 459 Impairments

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