Sentinel Solutions, Inc.
Pink Sheets : SLNC

November 14, 2005 14:35 ET

Sentinel Solutions-Announces Final Choice for Leasing Company

TORONTO--(CCNMatthews - Nov 14, 2005) -

Sentinel Solutions, Inc. (Pink Sheets:SLNC), a company developing products for monitoring the safety and toxicity of public water has announced its approval of Total Leasing Cambridge Inc. as its preferred leasing company. Total Leasing Cambridge Inc. brings water industry experience and expertise to the table and is well positioned to serve clients by offering flexible and adaptable agreements.

"We were looking for a company that could give our clients everything in a leasing package, a quality one stop shop and we have found it in Total Leasing," said Wayne Charlton Chief Operating Officer of Sentinel Solutions Inc. "Choosing the right leasing company to bring to our clients was not a simple task as we are conscientious and diligent, not only in the quality in our products, but with every one connected to the company." Sentinel Solutions made Total Leasing Cambridge Inc. its final pick because Total Leasing has demonstrated an understanding of seasonal business requirements, provides variable length lease agreements, options for 100% financing and a commitment to deliver financial access to equipment based on need and accountability.

Sentinel Solutions Inc. compared a number of companies for overall service, team experience, contract flexibility and attitude. Total Leasing Cambridge Inc. received high marks in all areas and ultimately made it to the top of the list. Total Leasing President, Michael Morton, leads his team by example and client service is a company priority.

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