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Q4 Mobile's LibraryTV -- a Cutting Edge Video Engagement App for Libraries, Launches on Google TV Store

Now Libraries Can Create Their Own Internet-Based Channels on Google TV to Publish Their Video Libraries, While Their Patrons Can Use the LibraryTV App to Subscribe, Watch and Share Library Videos on a Variety of Devices

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/11/13 -- Q4 Mobile, a leading Vertical Cloud Platform company (a subsidiary of Quadrant 4 Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: QFOR)), is launching their LibraryTV app on the Google TV Store, allowing library patrons to download the app and access video content from libraries across the country. Q4Mobile is an industry leader in the Connected TV application space having developed some of the industry leading connected TV apps for various enterprises.

A growing number of libraries are migrating their video content to Q4 Mobile's Fanggle LibraryTV Platform, where libraries can create their own custom-branded Google TV channel. The LibraryTV app enables users to access LibraryTV channels from libraries nationwide, create playlists of library video content, and view videos on a wide range of devices, such as Google TV, iPad and Android tablet, etc.

The application's features include creation of playlists, full-screen and compact viewing of video content, sharing of content over social media, search and more. Users can also seamlessly change devices without losing their place in the video they are watching.

As libraries are shifting to cloud-based technology such as Q4 Mobile's Fanggle Platform, they are integrating mobile and social media based solutions to communicate with their patrons. LibraryTV was successfully launched in 2012 at the American Library Association trade show in Anaheim, CA. Google learned about LibraryTV, and felt it was a compelling app that would be worthwhile to support. They will be providing some co-marketing support, initially making it available via the Google TV Store.

Pikes Peak Library District worked closely with Q4 Mobile in setting up the institution's channel on LibraryTV. Carolyn Coulter, Information Technology and Virtual Services Officer for Pikes Peak Library District states that the Q4 Mobile team members, "were very attentive to our requirements, and I am excited to have this first-of-its kind capability in the library space made available for our patrons."

"Today's mobile-enabled market base makes LibraryTV a powerful communications product for libraries, as the library industry transitions to cloud-based technology," says Androniki Bossonis, Quadrant Four's AVP of Marketing. "Patrons appreciate the convenience of being able to reach libraries nationwide via web, mobile or social media, as easily as they would access their social media pages or their favorite app."

For more information on LibraryTV visit: http://libserra.com/product/librarytv/

About Q4 Mobile
As innovators in leading-edge mobile technologies, Q4 Mobile's custom and pre-built mobile solutions redefine how organizations engage and interact with the world. Our mobile strategy, cloud-based platforms and solutions enable businesses to increase their reach, engagement, brand differentiation and business growth, while gaining deeper customer insight. Q4 Mobile's capabilities span the breadth of mobile services, from mobile applications and mobile sites to mobile commerce, messaging, location-based tools and augmented reality.

About Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation
Quadrant 4 Systems Corporation, a SMAC company, specializes in Social media, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud-based technologies and solutions. The company delivers end-to-end information technology solutions to its clients through a unique blend of product solutions, consulting, software development & maintenance, cloud-based products and technology from its global delivery centers. The company currently focuses on the Healthcare, Financial Services, IT Consulting, and Retail sectors. Quadrant 4 Systems plans to enhance its positions and technical strength through acquisition of other IT-enabled and managed services sector and cloud-based services through business acquisitions and/or combination opportunities in the near future to further execute its articulated business strategy.

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