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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Lars Hedman, (262) 781-1211 Ext: 112 [email protected]

TIP Technologies, Inc. Announces TIPQA TM ­ Oracle EBSI Approved

­ TIPQA TM Enterprise Quality Assurance System Oracle EBSI Approval ­ BROOKFIELD, Wisconsin ­ June 29, 2001 ­ TIP Technologies, Incorporated, the world leader in quality assurance software for manufacturers of Aerospace & Defense, Medical Devices, Complex Products, and Regulated Industries, is proud to announce Oracle Corporation's Partner Technical Organization approval of TIPQA TM through the E-Business Suite Integration Initiative " EBSI" . Through EBSI, Oracle's Partner Technical Services works with Oracle Partner Program (OPP) members to enable them to integrate their complimentary applications with Oracle Applications. The EBSI program provides Oracle customers with a comprehensive selection of "best-in-class" applications integrated with Oracle Applications, including Oracle Financials, Oracle Distribution, Oracle Manufacturing, Oracle Projects, and Oracle Human Resources. The TIPQATM EBSI approval provides the knowledge to all Oracle Applications customers that both TIP Technologies, Inc. and Oracle Corporations stand behind the integration. This EBSI Approval is based on Oracle Applications 11i (11.5.3) and TIPQA TM 6.0 TIP Technologies, Incorporated, founded in 1989, headquartered in Brookfield (Milwaukee), Wisconsin has sales & support locations in California, Arizona, and Mississippi. For more information, visit: ###

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