COFES 2008 Set for April 10-13 in Scottsdale, AZ

Bethesda, MD May 23, 2007 – Cyon Research Corporation today announced that its ninth annual COFES – the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software – will be held April 10-13, 2008 at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The annual gathering brings together the community of engineering software vendors, developers, resellers, analysts, and users for private and public discussion in a relaxed and informal – but intense – atmosphere.

COFES has focused on creating an environment where the strength of our community takes precedence over our individual needs to sell, and where we can openly discuss the important issues facing our business.

“Each year at COFES we adjust what we do to move the community forward. For COFES 2008 we will focus on the conversations begun during COFES 2007 that continue on the COFES website,” says Cyon Research CEO and COFES co-founder Brad Holtz. “We’ve laid the foundation for our community to continue the discussions year-round. In keeping with this vision, we’re restructuring the congresses for COFES 2008 to facilitate convergence within the community.”

Cyon Research welcomes all past attendees to continue the dialogue through open-ended discussion groups, analyst briefings, and colloquia, at COFES 2008. COFES is an invitation-only event. For more information on the forum, and how to obtain an invitation, please visit www.cofes.com.

About Cyon Research Cyon Research Corporation is a provider of analysis and consulting for engineering technology markets to an international client base. COFES, the Congress On the Future of Engineering Software, is Cyon Research’s primary event, which explores investments necessary today to take advantage of future technologies. For more information about this year’s scheduled events and speakers, please visit www.cofes.com.

Press Contact:

Rachael Dalton-Taggart

Strategic Reach

Tel: (303) 487-7406

Email: Rachael@strategicreachpr.com

Published: Wednesday, May 30, 2007

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