Stellent Universal Records Management named a "Trend-Setting Product of 2006" by KMWorld

Stellent honored by publication three times during past four years for product innovation

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN, Aug. 29, 2006 -- Stellent, Inc. (Nasdaq: STEL), a global provider of content management solutions, announced today Stellent(R) Universal Records Management(TM) was named a "Trend-Setting Product of 2006" by KMWorld, a monthly magazine serving the knowledge management industry. KMWorld recognizes Stellent Universal Records Management and other trend-setting products in its September 2006 issue.

"Assembling the list of Trend-Setting Products of 2006 is a year-long collaborative effort with editorial colleagues and analysts and, especially, users," said Hugh McKellar, KMWorld's editor in chief. "Roughly 1,500 products from 300 vendors were considered. The products on our trend-setting list demonstrate exquisite execution designed for and with input from the most important constituency of all -- customers. Stellent Universal Records Management and its 'in-place' records management functionality is worthy of trend-setting distinction in 2006 as managing records and non-records across multiple and dispersed content repositories is a pressing issue that has long sought a solution of this caliber."

Stellent Universal Records Management -- which was released in March 2006 -- allows organizations to centralize, streamline and unify records management and retention management; mitigate legal risks and facilitate compliance; and reduce information technology (IT) costs and content clutter. It is the first software platform that empowers organizations to apply records and retention policies, as well as legal discovery and holds, to all relevant content, not just records, across the enterprise. The platform defines, manages and executes these records and retention management policies for all enterprise content from a single server.

In addition, Stellent Universal Records Management uses an agent architecture to allow companies to apply records and retention schedules and litigation holds to content located in nearly any repository or application. The key benefit of this in-place functionality is rules are directly applied to content where it resides, eliminating the need to move content to a central location for records and retention management. The first Universal Records Management agents Stellent and its partners will release are for Symantec Enterprise Vault and Microsoft SharePoint Server, as well as Windows, Unix and Linux file servers. Customers also can build agents for their own custom applications.

This is the second consecutive year and third time in four years KMWorld has named a Stellent product to its annual trend-setting list. Last year, Stellent Universal Content Management(TM) 7.5, Stellent's unified content management platform, was named a "Trend-Setting Product of 2005." In 2003, Site Studio(TM), Stellent's award-winning multi-site Web content management application, was honored.

"We are pleased KMWorld continues to acknowledge our leadership and innovation in the content management industry by distinguishing our products as trendsetters that provide superior usability, flexibility and broad user adoption," said Robert Olson, president and chief executive officer for Stellent. "Stellent Universal Records Management’s unique features and functionality are indeed trend-setting as they alleviate the challenge of applying records and retention management rules to enterprise content located in multiple repositories. As a result, companies can apply policies and holds to more content, more consistently, with minimal administrative effort and disruption for end users."

Along with its "Trend-Setting Product of 2006" distinction from KMWorld, Stellent has been honored by a number of leading publications and organizations for its product innovation, market leadership and successful customer implementations. Recent honors include: a 2006 "Best of FOSE" award from Government Computer News for Site Studio; a 2006 "I3 Award" for the Stellent Universal Content Management implementation at Land O’Lakes; a 2006 ECM Connection "Industry ACE Award" for Stellent’s compliance expertise; a 2006 "Company to Watch" recognition from Intelligent Enterprise magazine as part of the annual Editors’ Choice Awards; 2005 and 2004 "Best of Show – Enterprise Content Management" awards from AIIM E-DOC Magazine; a 2005 Kinetic Information "Process Innovation Award" for the Stellent Universal Content Management deployment at Scott County, Minn.; EContent’s "EContent 100;" KMWorld’s "100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management;" Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s "SDCE 100;" and START-IT’s "Top 125 Technology Provider" list.

KMWorld’s "Trend-Setting Products of 2006" can be found on the publication’s Web site at

About Stellent, Inc. Stellent, Inc. ( is a global provider of content management software solutions that drive rapid success for customers by enabling fast implementations and generating quick, broad user adoption. With Stellent Universal Content Management, customers can easily deploy multiple line-of-business applications -- such as public Web sites, secure intranets and extranets, compliance processes, and marketing brand management -- and also scale the technology to support multi-site management and enterprise-wide content management needs. More than 4,500 customers worldwide -- including Procter & Gamble, Merrill Lynch, Los Angeles County, The Home Depot, British Red Cross, ING, Vodafone, Georgia Pacific, Bayer Corp., Coca-Cola FEMSA and Genzyme Corp. -- have selected Stellent solutions to power their content-centric business applications. Stellent is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn. and maintains offices throughout the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific. About KMWorld The leading information provider serving the knowledge management systems market, KMWorld covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management and informs more than 51,000 subscribers about the components and processes -- and subsequent success stories -- that together offer solutions for improving business performance. ### Except for historical information, the statements contained in this press release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Investors are cautioned that these forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainties that may cause Stellent’s actual results to differ materially. These risks and uncertainties include, without limitation, risks concerning the predictability of our financial results and volatility of our stock price, risks associated with competition and competitive pricing, risks in technology development and commercialization, risks associated with our ability to retain and reward key personnel, risks associated with our ability to successfully acquire and integrate other businesses into our operations, risks involving protection of our intellectual property, risks of acceptance and performance of our products in the marketplace, risks related to the performance of our products, litigation and regulatory risks, risks of downturns or problems in general market and economic conditions, risks related to our legal and capital structure, and other risks detailed in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended March 31, 2006. Stellent disclaims any intent or obligation to update these forward-looking statements. Stellent and the Stellent logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Stellent, Inc. in the USA and other countries. Outside In is a registered trademark of Stellent Chicago, Inc. in the USA and other countries. All other trade names are the property of their respective owner.

Jon Zurbey
Haberman & Associates (for Stellent)

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