July 9, 2012

TORONTO, ONTARIO—(Marketwire – July 9, 2012) – Texada Software Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TXS), soon to be renamed Noble Iron Inc. (the “Company”), is pleased to announce the closing of an Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) to acquire assets of Bane Machinery Houston LP located in Houston, Texas. The transaction was completed by a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of the Company.

Along with the purchase of certain Bane assets, including earth moving equipment, the Company retained all employees and an extensive, active customer list. In addition, the Company entered into a lease on the property currently occupied by Bane Machinery’s Houston operations. The total consideration for the acquisition was approximately $2.2 Ml. U.S.

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About Texada Software Inc. (TSX VENTURE:TXS)

Texada Software Inc., soon to be renamed Noble Iron Inc., operates in three complementary businesses, equipment rental, equipment dealership and enterprise software for the construction and industrial equipment industry.

The Company, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, is expanding its geographical presence. Noble Rents, the Company’s equipment rental business, serves California and Texas. Noble Equipment is the Company’s dealership business, and is the exclusive distributor of LiuGong Construction Machinery equipment in Southeast Texas.

The Company’s software division, Texada Software, offers enterprise software for rental and other applications in the construction and industrial equipment industry. Texada’s solutions help customers manage activities throughout the complete life-cycle from acquisition to disposal of equipment assets. Offered both in-the-cloud or client-based, Texada’s software products are fully scalable to meet the needs of any sized operation and combine knowledge and best practices from over 5,000 users worldwide.

Texada can be reached at 1-800-361-1233 or 1-519-836-7073, or at www.nobleiron.com.

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