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State Contract Identifies InterSystems as Approved Integration Platform Vendor For State of Texas Government and Education Organizations

Cambridge, Mass.—September 10, 2007— InterSystems Corporation today announced it has been awarded a contract that specifies InterSystems as an approved integration platform vendor for government agencies and public education entities throughout the State of Texas. The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) master contract #DIR-SDD-557 covers a three-year period and includes an optional two-year extension.

InterSystems is a leading provider of innovative database and integration software. Its product line includes the InterSystems CACHÉ® high-performance object database, InterSystems Ensemble® rapid integration platform, and InterSystems HealthShare platform for regional and national electronic health records.

Ensemble makes it possible to enhance existing applications without rewriting and can cut the time to complete integration projects by as much as 50 percent. It is used in a wide range of industry sectors such as healthcare, financial services and global supply chain management, as well as in government. Ensemble is positioned in the Leaders quadrant of Gartner, Inc.’s Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Composite-Application Projects, 2Q071.

“InterSystems has a proven track record of success in delivering integration technology to government organizations worldwide,” said Paul Grabscheid, InterSystems Vice President of Strategic Planning. “This contract award will make it easy for agencies, academic institutions, and hospital districts throughout the State of Texas to utilize Ensemble to integrate current applications as well as to build new composite applications that leverage their core systems,” he said.

The contract enables more than 225 state agencies and hundreds of public educational and healthcare institutions to generate a purchase order under the DIR master contract number. “All negotiations have been finalized and the software pricing is already set in the contract,” Grabscheid noted. “Since everything has already received a sign-off by the Texas DIR, the purchase process for each state organization has essentially been reduced to one easy step.”

Orders handled via the master contract can be placed directly with InterSystems or via participating resellers identified on the DIR GoDirect website.

About InterSystems

InterSystems Corporation is a global software technology leader with headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and offices in 22 countries. InterSystems provides innovative products that enable fast development, deployment, and integration of enterprise-class applications. InterSystems CACHÉ® is a high performance object database that makes applications faster and more scalable. InterSystems Ensemble® is a rapid integration platform that enriches applications with new functionality, and makes them connectable. InterSystems HealthShare is a platform that leverages existing healthcare applications to rapidly create regional or national electronic health records.

InterSystems is the world’s #1 vendor of database and integration technologies for healthcare applications, with its products used by most major hospitals and labs, including America’s 10 best hospitals as rated by U.S. News and World Report. For more information, visit

1 Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Composite-Application Projects, 2Q07 Massimo Pezzini, Michael Barnes, Kimihiko Iijima, David Gootzit, Yefim V. Natis, Daryl C. Plumer, Jess Thompson, Dale Vecchio, Janelle B. Hill, Simon Hayward. June, 7, 2007.

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