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EIS International, Inc. Reports Profitable Third Quarter Results

HERNDON, Va., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- EIS International, Inc. (Nasdaq: EISI - news), a leading provider of call center technology, today reported results for
the third quarter ended September 30, 1999.

The company reported net income of $426,000, or $0.04 per share, for the third quarter of 1999, compared to a net loss of $2.1 million, or $0.18 per share, for the
third quarter of 1998. Consolidated net revenues in Q-3 1999 were $12.3 million, compared to consolidated net revenues of $13.4 million for Q-3 1998.

For the nine months ended September 30, 1999, EIS had consolidated net income of $1.8 million, or $0.17 per share, compared to a consolidated net loss of $2.1
million, or $0.19 per share, for the same period in 1998. Consolidated net revenues for the nine months ended September 30, 1999, were $39.6 million, compared
to $45.7 million for the same period in 1998.

``We are pleased to announce our third consecutive quarter of profitability,`` said James E. McGowan, EIS President and CEO. ``Our enthusiasm about the
company`s profitability to date and its solid financial position, compared to the net loss for the comparable 1998 period, is tempered, however, by net revenues,
which ran below projections for the quarter. Softness in both new sales and sales to our installed base contributed to the decline in third quarter revenues,`` he stated.

``Our strategy for the balance of 1999 is to increase profitability and stimulate growth through continued aggressive sales initiatives, the enhancement of our product
line to meet evolving market needs, and sound fiscal management, `` said McGowan. ``The dramatic expansion of the customer relationship management (CRM)
market, which International Data Corporation projects will reach $90 billion worldwide by 2003, holds great potential for EIS,`` he said. ``The contact center, which
is often an organization`s first and only `human` contact with a customer, is emerging as a vital CRM tool. As such, designing, enhancing, and marketing contact center
systems that help our customers achieve their CRM goals is a vital part of our product strategy.``

About EIS

EIS International Inc., headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, is a leading provider of advanced solutions for outbound and blended applications for the call center
industry. With more than 80,000 workstations in approximately 1,400 locations worldwide, EIS provides systems for telemarketing, customer service, fund-raising,
market research, and collections. EIS systems increase productivity, enhance operational efficiency, and improve agent effectiveness in contact centers. A member of
the Object Management Group (OMG), EIS has adopted CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) as a platform for future products. Additional
information about EIS is available by calling 800/274-5676, via email at, or by visiting the company`s web site at

Cautionary Statement

In addition to historical information contained herein, this release contains certain ``forward-looking statements`` within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities
Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and is subject to the safe harbors created thereby. All statements
included herein regarding EIS` financial position, business strategy and plans, objectives for future operations, market and industry conditions, new business and other
market opportunities, product development, and market acceptance of new and existing products and technology -- other than statements of historical facts -- are
``forward-looking statements.`` While those statements reflect EIS` reasonable assumptions, based upon management`s beliefs and information currently available to
it, EIS can give no assurance that such statements will prove correct.

Those statements reflect the current risks, uncertainties, and assumptions related to certain factors including, without limitations, competitive factors, general
economic conditions, marketplace fluctuations, customer relations, technological change, product introductions and acceptance, distribution networks, changes in
industry practices, one-time events, and other factors described herein and under the heading ``Factors Affecting Future Results`` in EIS` quarterly reports on Form
10-Q and its annual report on Form 10-K. Based upon changing conditions, should any one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize, or should any
underlying assumptions prove incorrect, EIS may experience material fluctuations in future quarterly and annual operating results that may vary materially from those
described herein and that could materially and adversely affect its business, financial condition, operating results, and stock price. EIS does not intend to update its
forward-looking statements.

EIS International is a registered trademark of EIS International, Inc.; CORBA is a trademark of the Object Management Group.

                   Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
                           (Dollars in Thousands)

                                                  September 30,   December 31
   ASSETS                                              1999           1998

    Cash, cash equivalents,
     short-term investments                         $28,594        $28,194
    Accounts receivable, net                         10,344          8,727
    Current portion of installment
     and lease receivables                              769            857
    Inventories                                       3,630          3,751
    Current deferred income taxes                     1,223          2,446
    Other current assets                              1,326          1,122
      Total current assets                           45,886         45,097

   Capitalized software
    development costs, net                            3,663          4,454
   Property and equipment, net                        4,171          5,896
   Installment and lease receivables,
    less current portion                                287            402
   Deferred income taxes                              1,421          1,421
   Other assets                                         115            429
      Total assets                                  $55,543        $57,699


   Accounts payable and accrued liabilities          $7,696         $9,487
   Deferred revenue                                   2,593          3,058
      Total liabilities                              10,289         12,545

   Total stockholders` equity                        45,254         45,154

   Total liabilities and stockholders` equity       $55,543        $57,699

                   Consolidated Statements of Operations
                  (In Thousands, Except Per Share Amounts)

                               Three Months                Nine Months
                            Ended September 30,        Ended September 30,
                             1999          1998         1999          1998

   Net revenues:
    Product and software   $6,675        $7,029      $21,901       $26,066
    Service and other       5,603         6,321       17,698        19,603
                           12,278        13,350       39,599        45,669

   Cost of revenues:
    Cost of product and
     software sold          3,558         3,822       10,940        11,997
    Recovery of provision
     for contract losses (a)    -             -         (250)       (1,636)
    Cost of service and
     other                  2,483         3,611        8,308        10,420
                            6,041         7,433       18,998        20,781

   Gross margin:
    Product and software    3,117         3,207       11,211        15,705
    Service and other       3,120         2,710        9,390         9,183
                            6,237         5,917       20,601        24,888

   Operating cost and
    Research and
     development            1,835         2,282        5,649         7,361
    Sales, general and
     administrative         4,065         6,040       13,002        20,098
    Restructuring costs (b)     -             -            -           543
                            5,900         8,322       18,651        28,002
   Operating income (loss)    337        (2,405)       1,950        (3,114)

   Other income, net          373           324        1,082           983

   Income (loss) before
    income tax expense        710        (2,081)       3,032        (2,131)
   Income tax expense        (284)           (4)      (1,223)          (16)

   Net income (loss)         $426       $(2,085)      $1,809       $(2,147)

   Basic earnings
    (loss) per share:       $0.04        $(0.18)       $0.17        $(0.19)
   Diluted earnings
    (loss) per share:        0.04         (0.18)        0.17         (0.19)

   Weighted average common
    and common equivalent
      Basic                10,599        11,633       10,746        11,589
      Diluted              10,744        11,633       10,859        11,589

   (a)   The recovery of the provision for contract losses is the reduction
         of an accrued expense recorded during the fourth quarter of 1996.
         That accrual represented an estimate, at the time the expense was
         recorded, of costs associated with the completion and installation
         of products and the resolution of certain Cybernetics obligations.

   (b)   Effective June 30, 1998, the Company closed its Cybernetics Systems
         International Corp. subsidiary ("Cybernetics") due to continuing
         losses and management`s decision to focus on the core business.  In
         connection with the closing of Cybernetics, EIS has recorded
         restructuring charges of $543,000 comprised of $350,000 of severance
         and  $193,000 of facilities, fixed asset disposal, and other costs.

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