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London, 16 December 2004 – Nedstat, European leader in website analytics, today announces its UK team has moved to new premises in London. Launched in the UK in October 2000, Nedstat Ltd has experienced 4 years strong sales growth and now has over 200 clients. The company expects further expansion in the UK next year and plans to grow to 17 people.

“The market has developed considerably since we arrived here in 2000, when web analytics was not high on the agenda for many marketers”, comments Tsjerk Kooistra, General Manager of Nedstat Ltd. “An increasing number of our clients now see measurement as integral to the way they do business online.” Kooistra continues: “We’re really pleased with the progress that we’ve made over the last 4 years. The new office marks the next stage in our growth. We’re now looking forward to 2005 with the flexibility for further expansion.”

The new address for Nedstat Ltd is The Corner, 91-93 Farringdon Road, London, EC1M 3LN. Phone: 020 7841 1544. Fax: 020 7841 1545.

About Nedstat

Nedstat is the European leader in website analytics.

The Nedstat products and services enable users to improve the effectiveness and profitability of their online communication and business. Nedstat aims to make website analytics straightforward and accessible. Therefore, products are easy to use, reports are clear and fast to access and support is personal and high quality.

Nedstat employs 100 people in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany.

Numerous organizations have benefited from Nedstat's expertise in delivering reports on users’ behavior online, including Haymarket Publishing, Legal & General and Marks & Spencer in the United Kingdom. International customers include Danone, Esprit, Ernst & Young and Thomas Cook.

Published on: 12:00AM on 16th December 2004