Xenonics Closes Private Sale of Common Stock

January 31, 2005 – Xenonics and certain of its stockholders have closed the previously announced private placement of an aggregate total of 820,800 shares of Xenonics common stock to institutional investors. The shares were sold at a price of $5.00 per share.  As a result, Xenonics received $2.5 million of the offering proceeds and the selling stockholders received approximately $1.6 million of the offering proceeds.  Xenonics is a leader in the development and production of advanced, lightweight and compact ultra-high intensity lighting products for military, law enforcement, public safety, and commercial and private sector applications.

Bryant Park Capital acted as co-placement agent for this transaction.

Genesis Networks Completes Financing Round

December 31, 2004 – Genesis Networks, Inc. has raised equity capital and received future financing commitments in a private placement. Genesis Networks, headquartered in New York, provides broadcast, media and corporate clients with occasional and full-time local, domestic and international video transmission services for coverage of news, sports and other international special events. Genesis Networks’ fully protected video over IP fiber optic network links international broadcast hubs in the US, Europe and the Far East.

Bryant Park Capital acted as sole placement agent to Genesis Networks, Inc. in this transaction.

i-Trax Merges with Meridian Occupational Healthcare Associates, Inc.

“Without Bryant Park, we would not have been able to accomplish this transaction. Not only did they save a deal that was dying, but they relieved management of dealing with many of the difficult issues so that we could maintain positive working relationships post-closing. They brought a great deal of business and operational experience to their investment and M&A expertise…an unbeatable combination of skills.”

Frank Martin, Chairman and CEO, i-trax, Inc.

March 19, 2004 – Our client, I-trax, Inc. (Amex: DMX), a health management solutions company, and Meridian Occupational Healthcare Associates, Inc., the nation’s largest provider of outsourced on-site, employer-sponsored healthcare services, announced that the companies completed their previously announced merger on March 19, 2004. The merger creates the largest provider of integrated corporate healthcare management solutions in the United States, with combined 2003 net revenues of approximately $120 million. Serving 90 leading U.S. employers, the merged companies will offer primary care services, pharmacy services and benefits, staffing and management of on-site occupational health facilities, corporate health staffing and management, and population and disease management services.

Tangram Enterprise Solutions, Inc.

“Despite a number of unexpected challenges, Bryant Park Capital accomplished their assignment with proficiency, professionalism and integrity. BPC gave us the senior level focus and attention we needed to successfully complete our deal.”

Chris Davis, Chairman of the Board Tangram Enterprise Solutions, Inc. Managing Director and CFO Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. 

February 23, 2004 – Tangram Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (OTCBB : TESI.OB), a portfolio company of Safeguard Scientifics, Inc. and the leading provider of cohesive, automated IT asset management software solutions and services for large and midsize organizations, announced the sale of the company in an all stock transaction to Opsware Inc. (Nasdaq: OPSW), the leading provider of data center automation software.

Rogue Wave Software, Inc. has been acquired by Quovadx, Inc.

“It’s hard to imagine that we could have engaged a more qualified company than Bryant Park Capital to advise and guide us through this transaction, said Kathleen Brush, Chief Executive Officer of Rogue Wave Software. “This was a very intense process. The Bryant Park Capital team performed at the highest level and with an allegiance to integrity. They nailed every demanding deadline with quality deliverables that gave us confidence that our commitment to maximizing shareholder value was being met.”

Kathleen Brush, Chief Executive Officer, Rogue Wave Software

December 19, 2003 – Our client, Rogue Wave Software, Inc., (Nasdaq: RWAV), a leading provider of reusable software components and services that facilitate application development, completed the sale of the company to Quovadx, Inc. (Nasdaq: QVDX), a global platform software and vertical solutions company. The acquisition was structured as an exchange offer and provided that Quovadx acquire all of the outstanding stock of Rogue Wave for $4.09 in cash and 0.5292 of a share of Quovadx common stock for each share of Rogue Wave common stock. The total value of the transaction on the date of announcement was approximately $75 million. Bryant Park Capital (BPC) acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Rogue Wave Software, Inc. BPC negotiated for an incremental $15 million of value to the shareholders from its initial engagement.