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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Jan 19, 2001 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Communication
Intelligence Corporation (Nasdaq:CICI) ("CIC"), bringing you "The Power to Sign
Online(TM)", announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement with
Topaz Systems Inc. to provide CIC's InkTools(R), its electronic signature
Software Development Kit ("SDK"), for inclusion into Topaz's family of
signature-capture tablets with bundled GemTools(TM) software. These devices and
software are currently deployed in the insurance, government, healthcare, retail
and banking industries where e-signatures are rapidly becoming a must-have
technology.

Guido DiGregorio, CIC's President and CEO stated, "The combination of CIC's
electronic signature applications and Topaz's tablet products will enable a
secure means for businesses to accelerate their workflow processes and
significantly reduce costs. Topaz's extensive customer base has come to depend
on its product reliability and commitment to engineering enhancements to meet
the changing needs of today's market."

Tony Zank, President for Topaz Systems said, "Topaz is pleased to make available
to our customers the features and benefits achieved by adding CIC's InkTools
functions into our products. We provide complete solutions for our users, and
through our partnership with CIC we plan to meet more of our customers needs and
enhance our offerings for business, home, and industry. Since the passage of the
e-Sign law the market's interest in our signature solution products have
dramatically increased. Through this partnership, we are enhancing our ability
to provide solutions into this rapidly-growing market."

InkTools is a high performance SDK for implementing systems using electronic ink
or handwritten signatures. InkTools provides electronic ink capture and display,
biometric signature verification and ink compression as well as other encryption
and hashing algorithms that add value to a wide variety of document and
transaction based applications.
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