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PROS PPSS 3.25 Certified as Powered by SAP NetWeaver®

PROS® (NYSE: PRO), a big data software company, today announced its PROS Pricing Solution Suite™ (PPSS) 3.25 has achieved SAP certification as powered by the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform. The solution integrates with SAP NetWeaver, and delivers prescriptive analytics and real-time data science to help customers identify sales opportunities most likely to close, offers most likely to sell, and prices most likely to win.

The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that PROS PPSS 3.25 is powered by SAP NetWeaver.

Solutions powered by SAP NetWeaver can be more quickly and easily integrated into SAP® solutions environments. Customers can benefit from improved interoperability with SAP applications and with the large ecosystem of solutions that run on SAP NetWeaver. Choosing an SAP-certified solution can also help reduce overall IT investment costs and risks.

PROS is an SAP software solution and technology partner in the SAP PartnerEdge® program, a participant in SAP Store, and an OEM partner for the SAP HANA® platform. Since 2009, PROS solutions have achieved SAP-certified integration with SAP solutions.

“More than half of our B2B customers also run SAP solutions, and we continue to invest in our partnership with SAP to provide customers with cohesive solutions for their SAP environments,” said PROS Senior Vice President, Products, Oscar Moreno. “We are pleased our PPSS 3.25 is now certified as powered by SAP NetWeaver. The ability of PPSS 3.25 to run on SAP NetWeaver and interoperate with other SAP NetWeaver-based solutions will prove highly beneficial to our current and future customers. We believe one of the key reasons customers choose PROS is the depth of our integrations with the SAP ERP and SAP Customer Relationship Management applications.”

About the SAP-Certified Integration

With its customer-first approach, PROS provides a practical and prescriptive approach to integration with the SAP NetWeaver platform:

Improved integration with SAP CRM – For sales teams that use the SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) application, the new cross-system integration provides faster and more robust price guidance during the quoting process. Customers gain insights into optimal, real-time pricing for deals, revealing opportunities with the highest probability of closing and prices that are most likely to win.

Enhanced data tools – With the new extraction tools for the ABAP® programming language, PROS customers benefit from synchronized pricing configuration and reference data, enabling quicker insights on price optimization during the ordering and quoting process. PROS customers now have a simplified process for loading and maintaining critical information, such as currencies, exchange rates, units of measure, pricing condition types, condition tables and access sequences.

Direct data integration – In addition to PROS advanced integration content for SAP Process Integration technology, the new PROS adapter for ABAP provides another option for PROS customers to synchronize master and pricing data from SAP ERP directly to PROS, without the requirement for middleware.

PROS is a diamond-level exhibitor at the SAPPHIRE® NOW and the ASUG Annual Conference being held June 3-5 in Orlando. Customers can stop by booth 808 to learn more about PROS and its solutions integrated with SAP software.

To learn more about PROS, visit www.pros.com.

About PROS

PROS Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: PRO) is a big data software company that helps customers outperform in their markets by using big data to sell more effectively. We apply 28 years of data science experience to unlock buying patterns and preferences within transaction data to reveal which opportunities are most likely to close, which offers are most likely to sell and which prices are most likely to win. PROS offers big data solutions to optimize sales, pricing, quoting, rebates and revenue management across more than 40 industries. PROS has completed over 700 implementations of its solutions in more than 55 countries. The PROS team comprises more than 900 professionals around the world. To learn more, visit www.pros.com.

SAP, SAP NetWeaver, ABAP, SAPPHIRE and all SAP logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.

Forward-looking Statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements, including statements about the functionality and benefits of PROS pricing and big data software. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are based upon PROS historical experience with pricing and big data software, and its current expectations of the benefits of pricing and big data software for organizations that implement and utilize such software. Additional information relating to the uncertainty affecting the PROS business is contained in PROS filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. These forward-looking statements represent PROS expectations as of the date of this press release. Subsequent events may cause these expectations to change, and PROS disclaims any obligations to update or alter these forward-looking statements in the future, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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