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FMS Prepares Next Generation .NET Solutions

VIENNA, VA - November, 2001 - FMS is proud to announce it has committed a substantial amount of resources to development targeted for the Microsoft .NET Platform and is completing comprehensive developer solutions that tightly integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. These solutions will provide developers with the most advanced support products for building their XML Web services and applications. As a member of the Microsoft Visual Studio Integration Program (VSIP) and a top developer of support for Microsoft Access, Microsoft Visual Basic, and Microsoft SQL Server, FMS customers will enjoy a smooth, timely transfer over to the Microsoft .NET Framework. 

"Since the announcement of the Microsoft .NET initiative, we have fielded questions from our customers, worldwide, concerning our development targeted for the Microsoft .NET Platform," said Luke Chung, president and founder of FMS, Inc. "Simply put, these customers are ready and eager for Microsoft .NET support. Therefore, we are devoting a substantial amount of our resources to developing innovative products that will give our customers the necessary solutions for a smooth transition into the .NET Framework as it becomes central to their work. Because of our VSIP membership, our customers are ensured that our products will accurately complement the Microsoft .NET focus on the entire development life-cycle." 

"We are happy to see FMS commit to this level of support for Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework," said Robert Green, lead product manager for Visual Studio .NET at Microsoft Corp. "FMS is an important partner in helping the millions of Visual Studio developers upgrade to Visual Studio .NET and successfully build applications on the .NET Platform". 

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