Computer Programs and Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CPSI), a leading provider of electronic medical records systems to rural and community hospitals, today announced that, with the availability of the Version 18 Software Enhancement release, the CPSI System has migrated to a new operating platform. In conjunction with the release of this new technology, the Company also unveiled a new corporate logo and new website at www.cpsinet.com. “The success that CPSI has enjoyed for a number of years is attributable to several factors, one of which has been our ability to deliver a system to our customers based on advanced technology while still being highly reliable and cost effective,” said Boyd Douglas, President and Chief Executive Officer of CPSI. “This latest initiative is a continuation of our commitment to incorporate the best open source technologies in our development efforts that provide substantial benefits to our users. With this latest release representing a significant evolution in our system development, we believed it was the perfect opportunity to introduce a new corporate identity that better represents our EMR system and also better defines the Company we are today with a broad range of system and services offerings.” The new system platform features a Linux operating system, an open source SQL compliant database, Java, and a cross-platform user interface (UI). This platform allows CPSI to provide its customers with an extensive range of capabilities to enhance IT operations and implement other new complementary technologies such as rules-based customization and access from iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and Linux-based devices. In fact, with the Version 18 release, the CPSI System is now iPad compatible and CPSI’s physician applications already incorporate rules-based customization, providing a user experience that meets the unique needs of each individual physician. The SQL compliant database allows CPSI clients to efficiently mine the mass of clinical data now being captured by their EMR system to meet both their internal demands and regulatory and interoperability requirements as well. As part of CPSI’s standard enhancement process, all existing CPSI customers have been and will continue to receive the SQL compliant database at no additional cost.