SOURCE: InsynQ, Inc.

July 12, 2005 06:00 ET

Civil Air Patrol and InsynQ a Perfect Fit for the Nonprofit's Needs

TACOMA, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 12, 2005 -- InsynQ, Inc. (OTC BB: INSN), a premier provider of Internet-delivered application hosting solutions and services, announced today that Civil Air Patrol, the all-volunteer auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, has enlisted the services of InsynQ to help the national and geographically widespread nonprofit improve the efficiency and security of its financial reporting.

CAP sought the more sophisticated financial and accounting hosting service, called e-Accounting, to comply with federal government tracking and reporting regulations for nonprofit agencies.

InsynQ's e-Accounting solution, paired with Navision, the server software at CAP's national headquarters, has improved the auxiliary's ability to track and manage the funding it receives from multiple sources. The system also provides reporting across different donor fiscal periods.

Brig. Gen. Tony Pineda, CAP's current national commander, says InsynQ is an "absolute necessity" for its remotely located volunteer financial officers throughout CAP's eight regions and 52 wings. Pineda says each of the wings has its own financial officer who now can access QuickBooks and Microsoft Office hosted online by InsynQ.

"It's made a world of difference to the financial officers," Pineda said. "This really has freed them up. It certainly allows better control over finance."

Pineda says InsynQ has increased CAP's financial file security by locking them on a single server, and the auxiliary's financial officers now enjoy quick access to accounting records and books any time day or night.

"It's a 100-percent improvement in every possible way," Pineda said.

John Gorst, CEO of InsynQ, says his company solved for CAP a problem faced by many nonprofits. "Secure, remote access to business and financial data through our software-hosting technology enables organizations to circumvent an expensive computer networking system and the servers, server-software, equipment and IT staff necessary to manage it," Gorst said. "When companies realize that the online choice is available on-demand and easily expandable anywhere, the advantages become even more obvious."

About Civil Air Patrol

Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, is a nonprofit organization with almost 60,000 members nationwide. CAP performs 95 percent of continental U.S. inland search and rescue missions as tasked by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center. Its volunteers also perform homeland security, disaster relief and counterdrug missions at the request of federal, state and local agencies. The members take a leading role in aerospace education and serve as mentors to the almost 25,000 young people currently participating in CAP cadet programs. CAP has been performing missions for America for more than 60 years. Visit CAP on the Web at www.cap.gov.

About InsynQ

InsynQ, Inc. has been delivering online software application hosting and managed IT services to accountants and financial service professionals since 1997. InsynQ's e-Accounting center (www.CPAASP.com) offers valuable user benefits, including anytime/anywhere access to real-time data via the Web, improved client service, 24/7 technical support, security, back-up and maintenance, reduced IT costs, audited/controlled user access and the ability to create a wide-area network. CPAASP offers online hosting for a wide variety of accounting and business software applications, as well as products that provide file sharing, document management and client portals. For a complete list of hosted applications, visit http://www.cpaasp.com/html/hostedapps.htm. For additional information on InsynQ, Inc., call (253) 284-2000 or visit www.insynq.com.

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