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MAI SYSTEMS(TM) APPOINTS MIDWARE TECHNOLOGIES AS A MASTER DISTRIBUTOR TO VARS/RESELLERS

 IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- MAI Systems Corporation announces that MidWare Technologies Inc., Lawrence, Mass., has been selected as a master distributor for OpenBASIC(TM), an advanced open system applications development and migration product for software developers. In addition, MidWare will remarket to its customers MAI's entire product line and its nationwide service organization, including technical support and educational programs. MAI will continue to sell, develop and support OpenBASIC to their customer base and reseller channel.
 MidWare Technologies, a Massachusetts company, provides software developers and value added resellers with software and hardware products that enhance software application development and enable migration to newer technologies.
 MidWare founders represent over 50 years combined experience within the computer industry. As stated by Richard Gooding, MAI's vice president North American Business Systems, "We were looking for a way to broaden our reach into the software developer/reseller community with OpenBASIC throughout North America. MidWare's experience in working with the reseller channel and their established and growing base was exactly what we were looking for in a marketing partner. We realize that MidWare, as an independent distributor, will provide personalized support and products that resellers require to meet their customers' needs."
 Sam Gagliano, MidWare's president, went on to state, "Our competitive edge is not just technology or great prices, it's an understanding of what our customers really need to be successful in their reselling efforts. Technical support, personalized account management and instantaneous response are key ingredients in past successes. We're very excited about OpenBASIC and what it can do for the Business BASIC community."
 MAI's OpenBASIC provides software developers and users with an effective, user-friendly migration path to new open systems hardware and operating system environments and is available on the most popular hardware and operating system platforms. OpenBASIC also features optional Graphical User Interface (GUI), Developer's Toolkit and gateways to popular fourth-generation databases like Sybase(R), PROGRESS(R), ORACLE(R) and Informix(R).
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 /CONTACT: Richard W. Gooding, VP-Business Systems, of MAI Systems, 714-580-2270; or Samuel F. Gagliano, president, of MidWare Technologies, 508-682-8100/


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