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  1. Henrik

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    Anyone looking for a high yield stock with fully franked dividend should look at HPX.
    Yld. around 5.7% - 100% franked.
    With this latest announcement additional revenue should flow and improve operating performance and profit.
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    Achieves certification as BPAY View elect Bill Serv Provider

    HPAL LIMITED 2002-07-04 ASX-SIGNAL-G
    HOMEX - Sydney

    Specialist business process outsourcing company, HPAL Limited (operating as HPA), has added to its suite of electronic billing services with its recent certification as a BPAY View (TM) Bill Service Provider.

    HPA successfully achieved all technical requirements for
    certification as a BPAY View Bill Service Provider in late May and was officially notified by BPAY.

    "We congratulate HPA on their certification and look forward to
    working with them on many successful BPAY View implementations in the
    future," said General Manager BPAY, Andrew Arnott.

    This official recognition builds upon HPA's established reputation as
    an industry leader in the development of Electronic Bill Payment
    (EBP) services, through its suite of BillsOnline Services, according
    to HPA Managing Director, Terry Daly.

    "HPA is setting the standard for electronic billing in Australia,
    with the provision of electronic consolidator billing services,
    biller direct services and email billing. These services combine
    seamlessly with our paper and fax delivery outputs so that HPA
    clients can deliver bills to their customers via their preferred
    option - all from the same data stream.

    "Certification as a BPAY View Bill Service Provider enables us to
    provide yet another billing option and a competitive advantage for
    our clients," he said.

    The BPAY View certification resulted from HPA's successful
    implementation of an electronic billing application for a
    Queensland-based client, Ergon Energy.

    HPA worked closely with Ergon Energy over several months to prepare
    for the launch of its BPAY View application. This application
    leveraged HPA's extensive experience with electronic bill
    consolidation services.

    As a result of the new service, Ergon Energy customers can now
    register their preferences to receive and pay Ergon Energy bills
    using BPAY View, via participating bank web sites.

    "The BPAY View facility enables Ergon Energy to offer even greater
    flexibility and choice to our customers in their bill payment
    options. HPA consulted with our team to design, develop and implement
    a solution that links in with our existing business processes and
    enhances our customer offering," said John Cooling, e-Commerce
    Manager for Ergon Energy.

    "It's a great solution. The HPA team kept us informed and involved
    at every step and it was a very smooth implementation process," he
    said.

    After a successful live testing period, this service is now available
    and HPA is currently working with other clients to develop similar
    BPAY View facilities.

    For further information contact:

    Jocelyn Biddle
    INVESTOR RELATIONS MANAGER
    Tel: (02) 9311 9799
    Mobile: 0418 560 844
    Email: [email protected]

    HPA was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in December 2000. A
    brief summary about the Company can be found on the HPA website:
    www.hpa.com.au

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