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Argogroup, the leading supplier of device intelligence for the wireless Internet today
announced that it will work with Rufus Leonard, as the company's preferred supplier of
wireless consultancy services.

Together, Rufus Leonard and Argogroup offer testing and analysis services of content on any
of the different global wireless technologies. Using these services, customers will be able
to confidently roll-out wireless platforms on every continent. Overcoming all coding and
interoperability issues, giving end customers access to wireless sites regardless of gateway,
browser or handset issues.

Argogroup recently acquired's wireless Internet lab, which has now been
fully integrated into the company. The lab gives Argogroup the capability to offer strategic
consultancy to content providers, infrastructure providers, and platform vendors, ensuring
that their product offering is thoroughly measured, tested and optimised for seamless
wireless delivery. Clients include companies such as Microsoft, Openwave, the Financial
Times (, Telia (Speedy Tomato), DHL and Vindigo.

Matthew Postgate, Emerging Channels Strategist, Rufus Leonard, commented, "In a multi channel
digital environment it is important that we are able to create user experiences that deliver
information over any appropriate platform. One of the greatest challenges for mobile
services is the increasing complexity of device, gateway and network combinations. Argogroup
is a pioneer in the field of wireless interoperability and we're looking forward to a
successful and profitable relationship."

David Frodsham, CEO, Argogroup, said, "We are very excited to be collaborating with Rufus
Leonard, which is without doubt one of the most successful brand and digital business
agencies in the UK. This is a great opportunity to extend the scope of our services and
further improve the already high quality of products and services that we offer to our

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About Argogroup

Argogroup are the leaders in device intelligence for the wireless Internet. By collecting
information on the capabilities and limitations of all of the wireless Internet devices in
the world, Argogroup is able to provide services and products that make it easier to build
compelling applications. Argogroup's mission is to use knowledge of devices to make it
easier to develop wireless content and to improve the user experience.
Argogroup headquarters are near Guildford, UK, and field offices are in London, Silicon
Valley, Stockholm, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Argogroup employs 80 people world-wide. Argogroup
is a member of the WAP Forum and the W3C, and is part of the OpenGroup MMF, the Bluetooth(tm)
Special Interest Group, Openwave Systems Alliance Program, the Ericsson, Nokia Artus and
Orange developer programs.

About Rufus Leonard

Rufus Leonard is one of the UK's leading brand and digital business consultancies. The
company bridges the gap between marketing and technology by developing brand and digital
business solutions focused around the customer experience. Rufus Leonard creates integrated
marketing solutions, customer relationship services, digital business solutions and business
empowerment tools. Established in 1989 as a brand and design agency, the company has built on
these heritage skills whilst evolving in line with client's needs and the development of
digital technologies. Clients include: Aegis, BT, Shell, Royal Mail, Consignia,
Mercedes-Benz, Wellcome Trust, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Swiss Life, Thus.

For further information please contact:

Zoe Shortis
Rufus Leonard
+44 (0)20 7404 4490

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