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Metamor and CALM Form Partnership to Advance Electronic Aviation Maintenance Tracking Into the Next Generation.

CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 30, 1997--

New Software Tools Will Help Capture and Report Aircraft

Maintenance Information Via Networks, Internet

To meet the ever increasing demands from Federal and local regulatory agencies for aircraft historical and compliance information, Metamor Technologies Ltd. (METAMOR), a highly regarded systems integrator, and Computerized Aircraft Log Manager (CALM) Systems, Inc., a leading provider of aviation maintenance and reliability tracking software, have formed an alliance.

CALM, the developer of aviation records management and reliability software, and METAMOR have joined forces to enable CALM's industry-leading CALM software and Computerized Airline Reliability Tracking System (CARTS) software to operate on multi-user client/server platforms. This will enable the software to operate over the Internet or via private wide and local area networks.

"There is an ever increasing demand for information about aircraft maintenance and reliability from manufacturers, and Federal and other regulatory agencies," says Philip Sacks, president of CALM. "The integration of data from many sources, such as maintenance tracking and reliability data, manufacturers and financial and accounting data is essential for managers in today's competitive aviation world."

CALM, based in Northbrook, Ill., has been providing the aviation industry with state-of-the-art aviation maintenance software for more than 8 years and has in excess of 300 customers worldwide, including many governments, fixed base operators and commercial and corporate operators of both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.

"Our 12 years of systems integration experience and our 350 consultants will enable METAMOR and CALM to continue the advancement of electronic aviation record-keeping on a global basis," says Irv Shapiro, president of METAMOR.

Based in Chicago, METAMOR leads the custom solutions division of the METAMOR Solutions business unit of Houston-based CORESTAFF, Inc. Established in 1993, CORESTAFF (Nasdaq: CSTF) is one of the largest national providers of information technology (IT) services and staffing services through its two business groups: the IT Services Group, which is comprised of METAMOR Solutions and COMSYS Information Technology Services, and the Staffing Services Group, which operates under the name CORESTAFF Services. The company, with pro forma revenues in excess of $925 million, operates 146 branches in 28 states, the District of Columbia, the United Kingdom and India.

CONTACT: CORESTAFF Services

Manny Mones

713/961-3633

or

Vollmer Public Relations

Christie Kaluza or Alice Brink, 713/546-2230
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