Day Software Announces Results of 2008 Annual Shareholders' Meeting
1. Annual Report, Annual Financial Accounts, Group Accounts as well as Reports of the Auditors for the fiscal year 2008
The Board proposed to approve the Annual Report, the Annual Financial Accounts and the Group Accounts for the fiscal year 2008 as well as to accept the Report of the Auditors and the Group Auditors for the fiscal year 2008.
2. Indemnification of the Board and the Senior Management
The Board proposed to indemnify all members of the Board of Directors and the managing directors.
3. Appropriation of the Annual Result
The Board proposed that the net loss of CHF 9'348'598.00 for the year ended December 31, 2008, be carried forward to the accumulated deficit.
4. Election of the Board of Directors
4.1 Re-election of members of the Board of Directors
The Board proposed the re-election of Mr. Michael Moppert, Mr. David Nüscheler, Mr. Greg Williams and Mr. Mark Walsh for an additional term of three years.
4.2 Election of additional members of the Board of Directors
The Board proposed the election of Mr. Barry Bycoff, citizen of the U.S.A., in Boston (USA) and Mr. David Arnott, British citizen, in Chamonix (France), as additional members of the Board of Directors.
5. Election of the Auditors for the fiscal year 2009
The Board proposed the election of BDO Visura, Zürich, as ordinary audi-tors according to Art. 727ff of the Swiss Code of Obligations (CO) for an additional term of one year. The Board proposed the election of BR Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft mbH, Allschwil, as additional auditors with the limited task of auditing capital increases according to Art. 652f, 653f and 653i of the CO for an additional term of one year.
6. Conditional Capital
The Board proposed to increase the conditional capital from currently CHF 6'828'100.00 to CHF 7'365'000.00 i.e. to replace the current Art. 3ter of the Articles of Association by the following:
"The share capital is increased by issuing shares not exceeding the amount of 736'500 fully paid shares with a par value of CHF 10.00 each. The share capital is increased by an amount not exceeding CHF 7'365'000.00 by exercising of options which have been assigned to employees of the Company according to the stock option plan of the Board of Directors. The preemptive rights of the shareholders are ex-cluded."
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Day Software AG
Day Software is the ECM pioneer that leading global enterprises rely on for their Web 2.0 content application and content infrastructure needs. Day's Content Repository Extreme (CRX) is the industry's leading Java Content Repository (JCR) that provides unique virtualization services to consolidate legacy repositories and unique cloud computing services to lower IT opera-tional costs. Day's Communique CQ5 provides industry-leading Web Con-tent Management, Digital Asset Management, and Social Collaboration in a single, unified suite and won the 2009 InfoWorld Technology of the Year Award for "Best Web CMS".
Day is an international company with headquarters in Basel, Switzerland and Newport Beach, California, traded since April 2000 on the SIX Swiss Ex-change, and "Over the Counter" (OTC) as American Depositary Receipts (OTCQX:DYIHY). Day's customers are worldwide leading global enterprises, including: Volkswagen, Daimler, Nissan, Williams-Sonoma, Chanel, Allianz, Vodaphone, LaPoste, Time, Inc., University of Phoenix, and InterContinental Hotels.