NOVATO, CA--(Marketwire - May 13, 2008) -

WHO:      Barbara Levin, senior vice president of Marketing and Customer
          Community for Enwisen, the leader in on-demand workforce
          communications solutions; Jennifer L. Quehl, Compensation and
          Benefits manager for The Midland Company; and Elisabeth Baldock,
          PhD, senior vice president of Human Resources and Learning for
          Midland American Modern Insurance Group

WHAT:     Will present "Health Care Cost Containment at The Midland
          Company," a look into the issues behind health care cost
          containment and how Web-based solutions can help employees become
          more informed benefits consumers

WHEN:     The WorldatWork Total 2008 Rewards Conference & Exhibition to be
          held on Tuesday, May 20, 2008 through Friday, May 23, 2008

          "Health Care Cost Containment at The Midland Company" will be
          held Wednesday, May 21, 2008 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. EDT

WHERE:    Pennsylvania Convention Center
          1101 Arch Street
          Philadelphia, Pa.

          Enwisen will also exhibit in Booth # 922

DETAILS:  Self-insured vendor American Modern Insurance Group, a specialty
          insurance subsidiary of The Midland Company, wanted to help its
          employees become more informed benefits consumers. Analysis had
          shown that 60 percent of the company's workforce was
          over-insured, often because employees did not fully understand
          their health plan options and were choosing the coverage they had
          the year before without evaluating new plans that offered
          potential cost savings. Levin will be joined by Quehl and Baldock
          to provide session attendees with an educational presentation on
          how integrating a Web-based solution -- including comprehensive
          benefits communications and decision support tools -- helped
          American Modern employees better understand choices that could
          contain health care costs for the workforce and the company.
          Session attendees will also gain actionable information on how to
          educate employees to become informed health care consumers,
          allowing them to evaluate plans in-depth without having to make
          multiple calls and visits to Human Resources.

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Enwisen delivers technology that helps employers leverage the Web to communicate with its workforce. Its AnswerSource Workforce Portal -- a suite of on-demand, personalized and searchable communications applications -- engages new hires with a personalized onboarding experience, promotes informed benefits consumerism and improves employee service and communication via more effective self-service, portal and shared services environments. AnswerSource is rapidly deployed, and fully hosted and maintained by Enwisen -- allowing employers to dramatically improve the employee experience by making "must do" workforce communications -- for all phases of the employee life cycle -- more effective, more strategic and less costly. AnswerSource has produced measurable ROI for hundreds of customers -- like Yahoo!, Memorial Health Care, State of Montana, Hershey Entertainment & Resorts, Harper Collins, W.L. Gore & Associates and Hannaford Bros. Cos.