Beyond Commerce Announces Launch of Its New Division, KaChing KaChing, Inc.

Oct 05, 2009 – HENDERSON, Nev., Oct. 5. Beyond Commerce, Inc. (OTC BB: BYOC) www.beyondcommerce.com, an E-commerce solutions, local advertising and social-commerce community, announces the launch of a new online retail shopping platform, www.kachingkaching.com

KaChing KaChing is an E-commerce solution that provides a complete turn-key E-commerce package. Individual KaChing KaChing retail store owners have the ability to create, manage and earn money from product sales generated from their individual Web stores. KaChing KaChing handles all product merchandising, pricing, credit card transactions, customer service and product returns. This enables the individual retail store owners to focus full-time on marketing their store instead of managing backend procurement and fulfillment logistics.

Bob McNulty, CEO of Beyond Commerce, Inc, an e-commerce pioneer and founder of Shopping.com, the first multi-category online retailer selling a broad range of consumer brand name products on the Internet, which was purchased for $220 million in an all cash transaction by Compaq Computers, stated “KaChing KaChing will change E-commerce by its unique distribution model by providing thousands and thousands of new Internet stores and create opportunities for people during these tough economic times.” KaChing KaChing offers a low-cost monthly subscription for its products, software and reports. “We have over 1100 advance orders placed prior the official launch in mid-October and project to have approximately 12,000 online stores opened by the end of 2009 which will create the first chain-store operator on the Internet that will produce significant revenue growth for Beyond Commerce, Inc.” stated Bob McNulty.

E-commerce continues to be a growth sector. Tracking company eMarketer reports a 20% yearly growth in E-commerce and projects sales of $153.8 billion online revenues by 2010.

KaChing KaChing is powered by Beyond Commerce’s division, i-SUPPLY (www.i-supply.com) which allows each individual retail store owner access to over two million products and thousands of brand names, including Hewlett-Packard, Sony, Garmin, Canon, Kodak, LG, Phillips, Toshiba and Panasonic. Product categories include Cosmetics, Computers, Electronics, Televisions, GPS, Cameras, Books, DVDs, Health & Wellness Products, and Office Supplies, Pet Products and Garden & Patio items and more. “The breadth and depth of the product mix, coupled with our everyday low pricing strategy is a win-win situation. Store owners have this great selection to offer and customers now have a new choice when it comes to value,” added Bob McNulty.

KaChing KaChing will also debut new boutique stores within the platform including a “Made in America” section that highlights products manufactured within the United States, a “Green & Eco-Friendly Marketplace” that showcases the best in organic, sustainable and green-certified merchandise and will also capitalize on growth products such as “As Seen on TV”.

About Beyond Commerce, Inc.

Beyond Commerce, Inc. provides best in class products, services, and solutions by being the low cost provider in its market sector. i-SUPPLY, www.i-SUPPLY.com, offers easy to use, fully customizable E-commerce services and revenue solutions for any Web site, large or small, and hosts local ads, providing extensive reach for our proprietary advertising partner network platform. LocalAdLink is a software company that provides local advertising solutions to geo-targeted consumers. BOOMj, www.BOOMj.com, is a social-commerce community.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Except for historical information, the matters discussed in this press release contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including but not limited to economic, competitive, governmental and technological factors affecting Beyond Commerce, Inc. operations, markets, products and prices and other factors discussed in the Company’s various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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