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This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Apr 28, 2008.

New Business Bookings

First-quarter 2008 new contract bookings were $236.4 million, and included $115.0 million of contracts for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services; $76.3 million for software product contracts; and $45.1 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services). Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Feb 4, 2008.

New Business Bookings

Full-year 2007 new contract bookings were $431.4 million, and included $186.8 million for software product contracts; $143.2 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services; and $101.4 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services). Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

Fourth-quarter 2007 new contract bookings were $163.2 million, and included $65.8 million for software product contracts; $57.9 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services; and $39.5 million for outsourced services contracts.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Oct 30, 2007.

New Business Bookings

Third quarter new contract bookings were $74.5 million, and included $33.0 million for software product contracts; $25.9 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services; and $15.6 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services). Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Jul 27, 2007.

New Business Bookings

Second quarter new contract bookings were $93.8 million, and included $38.4 million for software product contracts; $36.4 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services; and $19.0 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services). Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Apr 30, 2007.

New Business Bookings

First-quarter new contract bookings were $99.9 million, and included $49.6 million for software product contracts; $27.3 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services); and $23.0 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Feb 5, 2007.

New Business Bookings

For the full-year 2006, TriZetto signed 1,008 new customer contracts with a total value of $381.6 million, compared to $296.6 million in 2005. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next based upon a number of factors including product mix.

Fourth-quarter new contract bookings were $139.7 million, and included $59.5 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services); $47.4 million for software license contracts; and $32.8 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Oct 24, 2006.

New Business Bookings

TriZetto signed new customer contracts in the third quarter of 2006 with a total value of $75.9 million, compared to $75.1 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. New third-quarter contract bookings included $38.2 million for software license contracts; $21.1 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services); and $16.6 million for consulting, implementation, software customization and other services.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Aug 1, 2006.

New Business Bookings

TriZetto signed new customer contracts in the second quarter of 2006 with a total value of $78.6 million, compared to $85.3 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. New second-quarter contract bookings included $25.5 million for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services; $37.3 million for software license contracts; and $15.8 million for outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services).

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Apr 25, 2006.

New Business Bookings

TriZetto signed 233 new customer contracts in the first quarter of 2006 with a total value of $87.4 million, compared to $53.1 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. The company targets approximately $50 to $60 million of new contract bookings each quarter.

Of the new first-quarter contracts, 165 were for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services valued at $44.5 million; 42 were software license contracts valued at $37.8 million; and 26 were outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services) valued at $5.1 million.

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Feb 9, 2006.

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For the full-year 2005, TriZetto signed 1,055 new customer contracts with a total value of $296.6 million, compared to $335.3 million in 2004. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. The company targets approximately $50 to $60 million of new contract bookings each quarter. In the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2005, TriZetto signed 237 new customer contracts with a total value of $83.1 million, compared to $58.8 million in the year-ago quarter.

 

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Oct 25, 2005.

New Business Bookings

 

TriZetto signed 261 new customer contracts in the third quarter with a total value of $75.1 million, compared to $75.0 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. The company currently targets $50 to $60 million of new contract bookings each quarter.

 

Of the new third quarter contracts, 171 were for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services valued at $43.8 million; 64 were software license contracts valued at $29.7 million; and 26 were outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services) valued at $1.6 million.

 

Specialized component software comprised 56.2% of total software bookings in the third quarter. These products generated $16.7 million of software license, maintenance and hosting bookings and $4.9 million of revenue in the third quarter of 2005. The quarter’s component software sales included NetworX Modeler, NetworX Pricer, CareAdvance Enterprise, DirectLink, Workflow, Facets e2TM CDH Suite, and Facets® eXtended Integration. Year-to-date, components have generated $54.2 million of bookings, up 27% compared to 2004, and revenue of $15.8 million, up 5% from the prior year.

 

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Jul 26, 2005.

New Business Bookings

 

TriZetto signed 308 new customer contracts in the second quarter with a total value of $85.3 million, compared to $53.1 million in the first quarter of 2005 and $120.5 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. Of the new second quarter contracts, 39 were outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services) valued at $28.0 million; 61 were software license contracts valued at $29.2 million; and 208 were for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services valued at $28.1 million.

 

Specialized component software generated $29.0 million of software license, maintenance and hosting bookings and $6.8 million of revenue in the second quarter of 2005, compared to $11.1 million of bookings and $4.2 million of revenue a year ago. The quarter’s component software sales included NetworX Modeler, NetworX Pricer, CareAdvance Enterprise, DirectLink, Workflow, Facets e2 CDH Suite, Facets e2 Account Management and Facets® eXtended Integration.

 

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Apr 26, 2005.

New Business Bookings

 

TriZetto signed 249 new customer contracts in the first quarter with a total value of $53.1 million, compared to $58.8 million in the fourth quarter of 2004 and $81.0 million in the year-ago quarter. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. Of the new first quarter contracts, 20 were outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process outsourcing and other services) valued at $6.7 million; 60 were software license contracts valued at $36.1 million; and 169 were for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services valued at $10.3 million.

 

Specialized component software generated $8.6 million in bookings and $4.0 million in revenue in the first quarter of 2005, compared to $7.3 million in bookings and $2.6 million in revenue a year ago. The quarter’s component software sales included NetworX Modeler, Clinical CareAdvance and Workflow.

 

This excerpt taken from the TZIX 8-K filed Feb 11, 2005.

New Business Bookings

 

TriZetto signed 228 new customer contracts in the fourth quarter with a total value of $58.8 million, compared to $75.0 million in the third quarter of 2004 and $48.8 million in the year-ago quarter. Total bookings in 2004 were $335.3 million, up 45% from $232.0 million in 2003. Contract bookings comprise a mix of current and future period revenue and represent the expected minimum total revenue to be generated under each contract. New contract bookings will vary from one quarter to the next. Of the new fourth quarter contracts, 16 were outsourced services contracts (software hosting, business process management and other services) valued at $2.6 million; 48 were software license contracts valued at $41.4 million; and 164 were for consulting, implementation services, software customization and other services valued at $14.8 million.

 

The company continued to sell specialized component software in the fourth quarter, generating $18.5 million in bookings and $8.4 million in revenue. The quarter’s component software sales included NetworX Modeler, NetworX Pricer, Facets e2 Workflow, DirectLink and CareAdvance Enterprise. TriZetto launched its component software strategy in 2003 to provide additional value to its customers and build supplemental revenue opportunities, which can also lessen reliance on the timing of large enterprise software sales. For the full year, component software contract bookings were $61.1 million, growing more than tenfold from $5.0 million in 2003. Component software revenue for the year was $23.4 million, approximately 10 times the $2.1 million generated in 2003.

 

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