AltaPoint Data Systems, LLC, an Electronic Medical Records and Practice Management Software Company, Codes Software in one Language to Produce Native Applications for Windows, Macintosh and Linux

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AltaPoint Data Systems, LLC will offer multi-platform practice management and electronic medical records software on Windows, Macintosh and Linux using Real Software Inc. The new software upgrade will be released in the fourth quarter of 2005. Current Practice Management and Electronic Medical Record software is available for Windows.

AltaPoint Data System, LLC., a Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records software company, has chosen to use the Real Basic programming environment, a product from Real Software Inc. to provide native source applications for the Windows, Macintosh and Linux Operating System Platforms.

Geoff Perlman, president and CEO of REAL Software, Inc. said, "AltaPoint's use of the REALbasic software development environment is a perfect example of how REALbasic provides cross-platform that really works. REALbasic enables AltaPoint to bring their products that used to only exist on Windows to the Macintosh and Linux, enabling them to reach new markets and new customers in record time."

AltaPoint showcased a preview of their Version 7 Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management system running natively on the new Macintosh OS X, Windows XP and SUSE Linux operating systems at the Towards Electronic Patient Record (TEPR) conference May 16–18, 2005.

Supporting these systems creates opportunities in all medical practice management markets and takes advantage of niche markets such as plastic surgery and radiography - a strong apple client base, and the technical administrative market where IT administrators have a high usage rate of Linux.

In addition to supporting a full line of Windows products, AltaPoint is prepared to offer dynamic solutions to the growing number of Apple users in the medical systems market as well as the growing Linux-user market. AltaPoint Version 7 is scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2005.

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