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Dendrite International, Inc. (DRTE)

3/21/2006 Proxy Information

During 2005, the Company chartered aircraft for Company business use from third party charter companies, including Worldwide Jet Charter, Jet Alliance and Skyport/JetEquity Travel. Worldwide Jet, Jet Alliance and Skyport are not affiliated with the Company or any executives of the Company and they charter aircraft on a commercial basis on behalf of numerous individual aircraft owners. In certain instances, the aircraft provided by Worldwide Jet, Jet Alliance and Skyport to the Company for its chartered business travel were leased from Kookaburra Air LLC and, for 2005, an amount not in excess of $158,400 was paid by Worldwide Jet, Jet Alliance and Skyport to Kookaburra in the form of a credit for such aircraft leased on behalf of the Company. Kookaburra is an aircraft owner whose owners are Mr. Bailye and his spouse, and Kookaburra actively charters its aircraft. The revenue from aircraft chartered by the Company through Worldwide Jet, Jet Alliance and Skyport is not a material portion of Kookaburra’s overall business with Worldwide Jet, Jet Alliance and Skyport.

Mr. Bailye is a party to a registration rights agreement with the Company under which he has certain rights with respect to the registration for resale to the public of certain shares of Common Stock owned by him.

4/26/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, the Company chartered aircraft for Company business use from third party charter companies, including Jet Alliance. Jet Alliance is not affiliated with the Company or any executives of the Company and charters aircraft on a commercial basis on behalf of numerous individual aircraft owners. In certain instances, the aircraft provided by Jet Alliance to the Company for its chartered business travel were leased from Kookaburra Air LLC and for fiscal 2004, $266,186 was paid by Jet Alliance to Kookaburra in the form of a credit for such aircraft leased on behalf of the Company. Kookaburra is an aircraft owner whose owners are Mr. Bailye and his spouse, and Kookaburra actively charters its aircraft. The revenue from aircraft chartered by the Company is not a material portion of Kookaburra's overall business with Jet Alliance.

Mr. Bailye is a party to a registration rights agreement with the Company under which he has certain rights with respect to the registration for resale to the public of certain shares of Common Stock owned by him.

4/28/2004 Proxy Information

During 2003, the Company chartered aircraft for Company business use from third party charter companies, including TAG Aviation (“TAG”) and Jet Alliance (“Jet Alliance”). TAG and Jet Alliance, which are not affiliated with the Company or any executives of the Company, charter aircraft on a commercial basis on behalf of numerous individual aircraft owners. In certain instances, the aircraft provided by TAG and by Jet Alliance to the Company for its chartered business travel were leased from Kookaburra Air LLC (“Kookaburra”) and for fiscal 2003 $77,227 was paid by TAG and $416,848 by Jet Alliance to Kookaburra for such aircraft leased on behalf of the Company. Kookaburra is an aircraft owner whose owners are Mr. Bailye and his spouse, and Kookaburra actively charters its aircraft. The revenue from aircraft chartered by the Company is not a material portion of Kookaburra’s overall business with TAG and Jet Alliance.

Mr. Bailye is a party to a registration rights agreement with the Company under which he has certain rights with respect to the registration for resale to the public of certain shares of Common Stock owned by him.

In May 2002, the Company loaned Mr. Zaffaroni $500,000 in connection with his relocation. The loan was secured by real estate and marketable securities and payable in four installments through December 31, 2005. Interest was calculated on the principal balance and paid with each installment payment at a rate equal to 7.25% per annum. The Company never modified or waived any terms of the loan, consistent with the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Mr. Zaffaroni repaid the loan in full in October 2003.

4/29/2003 Proxy Information

In connection with global services which Dendrite provides to one of its pharmaceutical customers, Dendrite entered into a subcontract in September 2001 with Sentrx, Inc. (“Sentrx”) for certain outsourcing services not provided by Dendrite. The subcontract was terminated in October 2002. The subcontracted work was for pharmacovigiliance services including SAE case receipt, tracking and processing activities. Dendrite was paid fees, an activation set-up amount and expenses from the pharmaceutical customer for this work, and Dendrite received from its subcontractor Sentrx a project management fee equal to 10% of the service fees paid to Sentrx under the subcontract. Service fees payable by Dendrite to Sentrx under the subcontract were a minimum annual fee of $5,462,500 (less the 10% project management fee payable to Dendrite) based on a certain number of transactions to be handled by Sentrx during each year of the subcontract. Sentrx also received a one-time activation set-up fee of $484,000 (less the 10% project management fee payable to Dendrite). Service fees to Sentrx were to increase by 4% on the first and second anniversary of the subcontract. Sentrx was also entitled to its out-of-pocket expenses and certain pass-through charges under the subcontract, and any sales or use taxes imposed in connection with these services. Dendrite was able to issue change orders under the subcontract and subject to Dendrite’s approval Sentrx was able to request changes in scope or duties. For 2002 Sentrx was paid an aggregate of $3.17 million for total service fees and expense reimbursement. There also remain certain outstanding amounts which are being reconciled, and such amounts are expected to be no greater than $420,000. Mr. Martinson and Mr. Bailye are each directors of Sentrx and Mr. Bailye is a minority (less than 10%) shareholder of Sentrx. Edison Venture Funds is a 52% shareholder of Sentrx. Mr. Martinson is the managing partner and an equity owner of Edison Venture Funds.

Dendrite is party to an agreement with International Software Services Ltd. (“ISS”) under which ISS provides consultants for computer programming services. Dendrite paid ISS approximately $912,000 in 2002. Alec D. Bailye, father of John E. Bailye, was a director and 43% shareholder of ISS until September 2002, at which time he divested his ownership interest and resigned as director of ISS. The Company believes that the computer programming capabilities provided by ISS are on terms more favorable than services offered by any other contractor providing programming to Dendrite.

During 2002, the Company chartered aircraft for Company business use from third party charter companies, including TAG Aviation (“TAG”). TAG, which is not affiliated with the Company or any executives of the Company, charters aircraft on a commercial basis on behalf of numerous individual aircraft owners. For fiscal 2002, approximately $434,000 was payable by the Company to TAG for such chartered Company business travel. In certain instances, the aircraft provided by TAG to the Company for its chartered business travel were leased from Kookaburra Air LLC (“Kookaburra”) and approximately $321,743 was paid by TAG to Kookaburra for such aircraft leased on behalf of the Company. Kookaburra is an aircraft owner whose members are Mr. Bailye and his spouse, and Kookaburra actively charters its aircraft to TAG. The aircraft charted by the Company are not a material portion of Kookaburra’s overall business with TAG.

TAG also provided chartered business travel for the Company in 2002 for which Kookaburra aircraft were not used. All such charters using aircraft owned by Kookaburra were on terms which the Company believes were no more or less favorable to the Company or TAG than Kookaburra would offer generally to other customers for comparable aircraft.

During 2002, Kookaburra aircraft were also provided on a direct (non-charter) basis for Company business travel, whereby the reimbursed cost for such use was in accordance with established FAA expense reimbursement rates. These reimbursement rates are materially less expensive than customary commercial charter rates. For 2002, approximately $236,000 was payable by the Company to Kookaburra for Company business travel, including by Mr. Bailye and other Company representatives.

Mr. Bailye is a party to a registration rights agreement with the Company under which he has certain rights with respect to the registration for resale to the public of certain shares of Common Stock owned by him.

From January 1, 1998 to February 1, 1999, Updata Capital, Inc. informally provided advice to the Company with respect to certain investment banking issues. On February 1, 1999, the Company retained Updata as one of its financial advisors. Mr. Goldsmith, a director of the Company, is a Managing Director of Updata. During fiscal 2002, the Company did not make any payments to Updata and in January 2003 Dendrite and Updata mutually terminated this consulting relationship.

In May 2002, the Company entered into a note receivable with Mr. Zaffaroni, President and Chief Operating Officer, in the amount of $500,000 in connection with his relocation. The loan is secured by real estate and marketable securities and payable in four installments through December 31, 2005. Interest will be calculated on the principal balance and paid with each installment payment at a rate equal to 7.25% per annum. The Company has not modified or waived any terms of the loan, consistent with the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.