SOURCE: InsynQ, Inc.

June 21, 2005 06:00 ET

InsynQ Initiates Alpha Testing Program for Appgen 4GL Graphical Development System

TACOMA, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 21, 2005 -- InsynQ, Inc. (OTC BB: INSN), a premier provider of Internet-delivered application hosting solutions and services, announced today that the alpha version of the Appgen 4GL Graphical Development System has been released to the Appgen VAR Board of Advisor members for initial testing and evaluation. The Appgen VAR Board of Advisors is comprised of experienced software development companies and system builders who are authorized to resell the Appgen applications and database, and who collaborate with Appgen in addressing issues which impact the resellers and their customers.

The Appgen 4GL (fourth generation language) has been widely used by Appgen developers worldwide for over 20 years, providing a tool for extreme customization of Appgen applications and rapid development of new cross-platform applications. The recent introduction of InsynQ's graphical development tools, with the development client available for Windows or Linux, brings a familiar visual working environment and project management structure that previously did not exist within the framework of the Appgen Development System.

"The Appgen Development System has provided a means for building graphical applications for years, but the development environment itself was strictly character-based until now," said Errol Allahverdi, Manager of Development for Appgen. "Now, new developers as well as experienced ones will have an easier, more powerful and more intuitive interface to use when building business applications. And the ability to run the development client on Linux or Windows provides the flexibility programmers need to build cross-platform applications while working in their native desktop environment."

"The Appgen 4GL and Development System are proven in the market and have provided tremendous capabilities to resellers and developers for years," said John Gorst, President and CEO of InsynQ. "The introduction of this new presentation and framework for the system not only improves upon the already exceptional performance and power, it enhances the usability of the tool to the point where developers can easily adopt the solution and begin building cross-platform applications immediately."

The Appgen Graphical Development System works with the Appgen Run Time and database, and allows customization of any Appgen application as well as the creation of entirely new applications. Because the database and Run Time environment are tightly integrated, Appgen-built applications enjoy exceptionally high levels of performance, scalability, and portability. The Appgen Run Time is currently supported on various operating system platforms, such as Linux, Mac OSX, Windows, IBM AIX, SCO Unix and Unixware. The Appgen 4GL Development System is currently available for Linux, and will become available with a portable Java client once the graphical interface version ships.

About InsynQ

InsynQ has been delivering outsourced software application hosting and managed IT services since 1997. InsynQ allows business customers to "turn on" their software applications and workstations instantly through any Internet-connected computer, regardless of operating system. What's more, InsynQ subscribers can freely access their software and data -- fully virus-protected and automatically backed up -- from any computer, anywhere in the world. The company also offers IT and network integration consulting, a broad range of business application services, infrastructure management services, and since May 2005, suites of business software including Appgen and QwikQuote. For more information, visit us at or call us at 253-284-2000.

Forward-Looking Statements

Such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, assumptions and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those projected in such forward-looking statements. These risks, assumptions and uncertainties include: the ability to complete systems within currently estimated time frames and budgets; the ability to compete effectively in a rapidly evolving and price competitive marketplace; changes in the nature of telecommunications regulation in the United States and other countries; changes in business strategy; the successful integration of newly-acquired businesses; the impact of technological change; and other risks referenced from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact Information

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    Marketing & Public Relations Director
    Phone: (253) 284-2000, ext. 2064
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