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InPower Inc. and KPMG Peat Marwick LLP add U.S. Courts as clients.

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 1997--InPower Inc. (InPower) today announced that the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts had secured InPower Federal, the company's strategic human resources management and payroll system specifically designed to meet the unique needs of the federal market, to assist the office in strategically managing its diverse workforce.

U.S. Courts also selected KPMG Peat Marwick LLP, an implementation specialist in public sector systems, to assist in the implementation process.

As part of its effort to modernize systems, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, headquartered in Washington D.C., undertook a lengthy search prior to awarding the contract for a Human Resources Management Information System. The contract encompasses all software, training and technical services necessary to acquire, install, configure, modify and implement the system.

As a result of a full and open competition, InPower and KPMG were selected to provide the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts with a Human Resources Management Information System and implementation services, respectively, based on both technical and price considerations.

The system will have approximately 30,000 users in 800 locations. The Administrative Office of the United States Courts currently operates the personnel and payroll functions from a central location.

InPower, a leading provider of client/server-based human resources management systems offers customers superior technology, total compensation management, competency-based deployment and a strategic HR business model. InPower's HRMS enhances employee effectiveness and leverages information so that management can best use its most important asset, people.

InPower Federal is a forward-engineered, models-based strategic HRM application tailored to meet the specialized needs of Federal Government agencies. It includes all of the best-practice capabilities of the commercial InPower Series, plus additional terminology, forms and events required within the Federal Government (e.g. auto-WIGI feature, SF-52s, SF-50s).

Mike Green, InPower president & CEO, stated: "The addition of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts to our select federal customer base is wonderful news. This office manages a host of different entities, which drove the need for a forward-engineered HR and Pay solution. It gives me great pleasure to know that it selected InPower to meet its needs."

"KPMG is pleased to be a business partner with InPower in this important implementation," added Ronald Reynolds, partner, KPMG Peat Marwick LLP. "The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts is embarking on an ambitious, far-reaching technology project that will determine the effectiveness of its human resources operations well into the next century.

"The project will result in the re-engineering of the Court's human resource business processes, as well as the reshaping of its technical environment, potentially throughout the Courts and the Judiciary nationwide. We believe that the implementation will result in a world-class HR product for the U.S. Courts, and KPMG is proud be a part of that process."

KPMG Peat Marwick LLP

KPMG Peat Marwick LLP is the U.S. member firm of KPMG, one of the world's largest and most diversified professional service firms in the world. The Worldwide partnership operates out of 1,100 offices in 134 countries. In the U.S., over 1,400 partners and 10,000 professional staff serve more than 100,000 clients in a variety of industries.

Public Services is one of six lines of business within the U.S. firm, each of which specializes in a particular industry. One hundred fifteen partners and 1,000 professionals serve the needs of federal agencies, state and local government, higher education, and not-for-profits.

Along with consulting services, the company provides mainframe and client/server financial systems software, R-STARS, FAMIS, ADPICS, and the Performance Series, which is currently in use by 15 federal agencies, 15 states and more than 200 local governments.

InPower, the company

InPower Inc. first introduced its forward-engineered human resource and payroll client/server offerings in 1994, with the release of InPower HR. The company was formed when Integral Systems Inc. divested its client/server operations to better serve the needs of customers seeking best-of-breed client/server HR and Payroll solutions.

Integral Systems Inc. has a 25-year history of leadership in providing state-of-the-art HRMS and Payroll systems for mainframe architectures. InPower and Integral Systems are owned by CSA Holdings Ltd., a global systems integrator and software developer with annual sales of $400 million.

The InPower Series includes InPower HR, InPower Pay, InPower Tools and InPower Models. It offers customers superior technology, total compensation management, competency-based deployment and a strategic HR business model. The result is a strategic human resources management system that enhances employee effectiveness and leverages information so that management can best use its most important asset, people.

InPower has worldwide clients in major industries including manufacturing, health care, higher education, and the public sector. The company has comprehensive consulting services and training programs to assist customers in implementing and using the InPower Series. Additional information may be obtained via the World Wide Web at .


Maria Miller, 800/930-0182


KPMG Peat Marwick LLP

Ron Reynolds, 202/467-3144
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