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Microcap & Penny Stocks : NCLS Nucleus Holding Corporation

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To: edde who wrote (49)11/18/1999 9:54:00 AM
From: JohnO   of 58
 
Wednesday November 17, 5:31 pm Eastern Time

Company Press Release

Nucleus, Inc. Completes Acquisition of SJI Corporation
Strengthening Its Ability To Deliver Advanced
Internetworking Solutions

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 17, 1999--Nucleus, Inc., a leader in e-business
consulting and Internet infrastructure, design and optimization, today announced the completion of the acquisition of SJI
Corporation, a privately held Seattle based corporation that designs, implements and integrates complex Internet, extranet and
networking solutions for many of today's leading high growth companies.

This move underscores the company's commitment to add the industry's top talent to its roster of already highly skilled
professionals.

''The addition of SJI strengthens Nucleus' ability to deliver next generation Internet solutions to our clients. Our commitment to
provide value and e-business thought leadership is what makes our clients successful as they embrace the new digital era,''
commented John C. Paulsen, president of Nucleus. ''SJI has a long history of developing complex Internet and extranet
infrastructure solutions.''

SJI Corporation, is a leading company in voice, video and data network design and integration. With core competencies in network
optimization and performance, database integration, redundancy and security, SJI has demonstrated success in integrating legacy
systems with today's new technologies to produce optimal results for clients.

''The addition of SJI puts Nucleus in a very unique market position,'' noted Jeff Lundal, Vice President North America for
Nucleus. ''The added depth to our internetworking practice, combined with our e-business consulting and professional services
organization, allows Nucleus to deliver valuable and optimal client specific solutions in a way no other company can.''

Terms of the acquisition were not available.

Headquartered in Chicago, Nucleus (NASDAQ OTC-BB: NCLS) designs, implements, integrates and supports Internet based
solutions that transform the way high-growth middle market clients conduct business. Nucleus is the center of technology for
businesses migrating to an e-business model but lacking the discipline or expertise necessary to get there. By delivering a
single-source core technology solution that includes Strategic e-Business Consulting, Infrastructure Design and Integration, Internet
Access, and Application and Database Hosting Services, Nucleus provides clients the benefit of dealing with one partner to deliver
multiple facets of an e-business solution. Founded in 1984, Nucleus has six offices in Illinois, Colorado, Washington and Oregon.

The information contained in this press release, including any ''forward-looking statements'' within the meaning of Section 27A of
the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 contained herein, should be reviewed in
conjunction with the Company's annual report on form 10-KSB and other publicly available information regarding the Company,
copies of which are available from the Company upon request. Such publicly available information sets forth many risks and
uncertainties related to the Company's business and such statements, including risks and uncertainties related to that are
unpredictable and outside of the influence and/or control of the Company.

Contact:

Nucleus, Inc.
Mark Fera, 312/683-9000, ext. 105
mark.fera@enucleus.com
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