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NetDimensions positioned as "Core Leader"

HONG KONG, CHINA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/18/14 --

OTCQX: NETDY

                  NetDimensions (Holdings) Limited
                 ("NetDimensions" or the "Company")


NetDimensions positioned again as a "Core Leader" in Elearnity's latest
            9-Grid report for Learning Management Systems

NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY), a global provider of
performance, knowledge, and learning management systems, has been
positioned again as a 'Core Leader' in the 2014 release of the unique
European learning and talent market insight report, Elearnity
9-Grid™ for Learning Management Systems (LMS).

The latest Elearnity 9-Grid™ report, published in the end of January
2014, recognises NetDimensions' strong performance, the Company's
growing recognition with enterprise-class clients, and its strong
presence in regulated industries. NetDimensions is the only company
rated as "Core Leader" in the Elearnity 9-Grid™ report.

The report lists some of NetDimension's qualities as:

* Consistently strong customer advocacy and high levels of customer
  execution

* Experiencing continued growth with larger enterprise customers
 (especially in regulated industries)

* Developed operational model and global presence accordingly

Compared to the first version of Elearnity's 9-Grid report, which was
published in July 2013, NetDimensions has strengthened its trajectory
for 'Performance', an assessment including both market performance and
customer performance.

The report also recognises the flexibility of the NetDimensions Talent
Suite and highlights some unique features of the solution including:

* Robust approach of always building customisations into the core
  code means no customer is left behind

* Continues to develop Performance-orientated Talent Management
  approach and mobile capabilities

* Provides a solid suite of functionality with some unique
  capabilities (e.g. mEKP portable LMS for disconnected learners)

* Mature approach to social learning, portal design, secure
  deployments and high stakes assessments

The Elearnity 9-Grid™ model rates the solutions available in the
market based on five levels of insight: Performance, Potential, Market
Presence, Total Cost of Ownership and Elearnity's own expectations on
how the trajectory of performance and potential might change in the
future.

Alex Poulos, Chief Marketing Officer at NetDimensions said: "Based on
our strategy, we have been investing in global presence and we have
defined a very specific market focus. We aim to be the leading provider
of talent management solutions within the highly regulated industries.
We are very pleased that Elearnity sees us as a Core Leader in this
space."

The positioning and commentary of NetDimensions in the Elearnity
9-Grid™ report is available on the NetDimensions website, whilst
the full Elearnity 9-Grid™ report is available on the Elearnity
website.

Enquiries:

NetDimensions (Holdings) Limited                Tel: +852 2122 4500
Jay Shaw
Matthew Chaloner
Panmure Gordon (UK) Limited (Nomad & Broker)    Tel: +44 20 7886 2500
Fred Walsh
Ben Roberts


Walbrook PR Ltd (Financial Public Relations)   Tel: +44 20 7933 8792
Bob Huxford                                     [email protected]
Helen Cresswell                                 [email protected]


About NetDimensions

Established in 1999, NetDimensions (AIM: NETD; OTCQX: NETDY) is a
global provider of performance, knowledge, and learning solutions.

NetDimensions provides companies, government agencies and other
organisations with talent management solutions to personalise learning,
share knowledge, enhance performance, foster collaboration, and manage
compliance programs for employees, customers, partners and suppliers.

Recognised as one of the talent management industry's top-rated
technology suppliers in overall customer satisfaction, NetDimensions
has been chosen by leading organisations worldwide including ING,
Cathay Pacific, Hunter Douglas, Chicago Police Department, Geely
Automotive, Fugro Group, and Fresenius Medical Care.

NetDimensions is ISO 9001 certified and NetDimensions hosted services
are ISO 27001 certified.

For more information, visit www.NetDimensions.com or follow
@netdimensions on Twitter.



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