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Veramark Expands in Georgia to Accommodate Growth

New, Larger, State-of-the-Art Facility in Sandy Springs, GA Will Better Serve Expanding Client Base

ROCHESTER, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- Veramark Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: VERA), a leading provider of Telecom Expense Management solutions, has relocated its Georgia Operations Center into a new, larger facility in Sandy Springs, GA, a suburb of Atlanta. The move was completed in January.

The new Georgia Operations Center is located in the Northridge Center II, 375 Northridge Road, Suite 450, in Sandy Springs, GA. With more than twice the space of the previous office, the new facility provides much-needed elbow room for the growing team of telecom management consultants, auditors, financial analysts, and service delivery managers serving Veramark's growing customer base.

"Veramark is growing," said Tasha Parks, Vice President of TEM Service Delivery. "This move will allow us to meet the telecom management needs of our customers now and into the future. We are in a hiring mode and this facility will accommodate us for some time to come. And being closer to the airport will make it easier to serve our national and international customers."

The new Georgia Operations Center includes the latest communications and video conferencing capabilities, training facilities, and ample space for customer conferences. More than 30 employees work in or report to the new office.

Veramark helps eliminate telecom distractions for busy managers and staff responsible for telecommunications assets and expenses. The company provides software and services that help organizations efficiently manage their telecom services and infrastructure, and reduce telecom costs.

"Our customers rely on Veramark delivery teams so they can focus on running their businesses," said Parks. "We invest in our employees and facilities because we see this as another way to invest in the success of our customers."

About Veramark Technologies, Inc.
Veramark eliminates telecom distractions for performance-driven organizations that demand value from their communication investments. Our solutions leverage the power of intuitive technology and problem-solving people to simplify telecom management and convert complex data into actionable intelligence. We ensure that our customers need what they buy, buy what they need, and pay what they should for telecom. Veramark is one of only six independent U.S.-based TEM companies included in Gartner's 2012 Magic Quadrant for Global TEM Report. Veramark is trusted by more than 3,000 organizations around the world. For more information, visit www.veramark.com.

Veramark and VeraSMART are registered trademarks of Veramark Technologies, Inc. MySMART and Veramark Value Acceleration Process are trademarks of Veramark Technologies, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. This press release may contain forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. A variety of factors could cause actual results to differ from the anticipated results expressed in such forward-looking statements. These may include but are not necessarily limited to changes in general economic conditions in the United States and overseas, technological changes in the telecommunications or computer industries, the timely and successful launch of planned new products, the timely installation and acceptance by end-user customers, and the impact of competition or changes in the marketing strategies of major distributors.

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