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Broadleaf Commerce Announces Sponsorship at Liferay Symposium North America

Leading open-source industry event will feature Broadleaf's expertise and services

San Francisco, CA (October 15, 2013) - Broadleaf Commerce, the enterprise eCommerce solution company announced today its participation as a sponsor at this year's Liferay Symposium North America. Hosted by Liferay, Inc., the world's leading open-source portal provider, the Liferay Symposium North America will take place from October 20 to 22 in San Francisco. This premier event for Liferay's business and technical users and developers in North America will include three days of expert sessions, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities, access to Liferay's top executives and architects, and keynotes from open-source community leaders.

"Broadleaf is proud to be a sponsor at the Liferay Symposium North America," said Brad Buhl, Broadleaf Commerce CMO. "We look forward to meeting other Liferay enthusiasts and offering our expert knowledge and experience regarding the Broadleaf/Liferay eCommerce integration to attendees."

"We are happy to showcase the expertise of Broadleaf at this year's Liferay Symposium North America and look forward to continuing to partner with Broadleaf Commerce year round in providing top-level services to Liferay customers," said Brian Kim, Chief Operating Officer for Liferay.

For more about the Liferay Symposium North America and to register, visit www.liferay.com/northamerica2013.

For more information about Liferay, visit www.liferay.com. For more information about Broadleaf Commerce, visit www.broadleafcommerce.com

About Broadleaf Commerce:

Broadleaf Commerce, LLC is a privately held company committed to developing and supporting an open source alternative for enterprise eCommerce. It is the first company to develop an open source, enterprise-ready eCommerce solution using the widely adopted Spring Framework, which is the leading platform to build and run enterprise Java applications. Companies such as The Container Store, Pep Boys, and Ganz are using Broadleaf Commerce to improve efficiency, capitalize on competitive advantages, and increase revenue. The open source business model yields a product that is superior to others for a fraction of the cost and is designed for customization.

About Liferay:

Liferay, Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise open source portal and collaboration software products, servicing Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Clients include Allianz, BASF, Cisco Systems, Lufthansa Flight Training, Rolex SA, Siemens AG, The French Ministry of Defense, and the United Nations. Liferay offers Enterprise Edition subscriptions, which provide access to emergency fixes, software updates, 24/7 support SLAs, and subscription-only features. Liferay also offers professional services and training to ensure successful deployments for its customers.

Liferay, Liferay Portal, and the Liferay logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Liferay, Inc., in the United States and other countries.