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Slingshot Adds Support for Linux OS and PostgreSQL Database Management System

February 18, 2010

DEDHAM, MA, FEBRUARY 18, 2010 -- Slingshot Software, a leading provider of web-based enterprise software solutions to mid to large sized companies, today announces added support for the Linux operating system and PostgreSQL database management system.

The addition of support for Linux and PostgreSQL now allows Slingshot to implement its applications on multiple platforms. Utilizing Mono, an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework, Slingshot Software will now be able to deliver its .NET applications to customers in a Linux environment.

“The addition of Linux is an example of where we have listened to our customers and responded,” said CEO Paul Carr. “It will provide our customers with more flexible deployment options and is consistent with our product development roadmap, which includes a Linux-based SaaS ERP offering scheduled for general availability in mid 2010.”

About Slingshot Software

Slingshot is a leader in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software industry, providing web-based enterprise business software applications to mid to large-sized enterprises. Over three decades, Slingshot has developed and installed three generations of products at over 200 customer sites. Slingshot solutions have helped numerous industries, including distribution, manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceutical and government organizations.

Slingshot is a Gold Certified Microsoft Partner and is one of the few software companies offering integrated web-based applications that are fully extensible. Slingshot’s proprietary eTools application editor allows users and IT personnel to modify reports, forms, menus, queries, alerts, and roles, span of control limits, archival rules and data audit rules – all without programming.

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