NQL Technology Implemented for New Jersey's Largest Health Care System

St. Barnabas Health Care System to Utilize Network Query Language Server To

Monitor Health of Their Network



Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from NQL Inc.

    SANTA ANA, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- NQL Inc. (Nasdaq:   NQLI)
 Teterboro, New Jersey-based subsidiary DCi today announced a contract to
 install a Network Query Language(TM) server for long-standing DCi customer and
 New Jersey's largest health care system, St. Barnabas Health Care System.  The
 contract is one of DCi's first as an NQL solution provider.
     Integration of NQL solutions into DCi's professional services offering is
 a strategic part of NQL's plan to use DCi as a vehicle to foster acceptance of
 NQL technologies among its established client base.
     DCi president John DeVito believes the deal is significant because it
 brings a competitive advantage and a new, high margin potential revenue source
 to the subsidiary.  "We believe our ability to provide NQL technologies to
 customers such as St. Barnabas provides them with even greater value from our
 long-standing relationship," said DeVito.  "Our entire sales force and
 technical staff have been trained on NQL technologies so that we can leverage
 our close relationship to the technology and bring our clients the NQL
 solutions that our competitors cannot."
     The Network Query Language server will unify information management
 stations at four of St. Barnabas' hospitals, including Community Medical
 Center, Monmouth Medical Center, Kimball Medical Center and Shoreline
 Behavioral Health.  The NQL server was designed to allow the hospitals' help
 desk personnel, technicians and executive management to view the status of
 network devices in the four different locations on a single web page or
 Palm(TM) VII handheld, allowing quicker response to outages within the health
 care system, and ultimately shorter system downtime.
     "We're very excited by the power of NQL technology.  We've relied on DCi
 for many network projects in the past, and based on the promise of this
 project, we look forward to even more fruitful projects in the future," said
 St. Barnabas' technical director.  "This technology should help us improve our
 reaction time to network outages and keep our commitment to stay ahead of the
 technology curve."
     According NQL chairman, president and chief executive officer Douglas J.
 Tullio, NQL technologies will grow in their importance among DCi's offerings.
 "DCi is now a model for other NQL solution providers.  They are leading the
 way for other solution providers to see the added benefit NQL technologies can
 bring to their offerings.  We look forward to more opportunities to combine
 forces with DCi for mutual benefit in the future."
     The Network Query Language server edition is one of three versions of
 NQL's patent-pending core technology; a scripting language suited for rapid
 and simple development of intelligent agents, bots, spiders, middleware and
 scalable business-to-business content aggregation applications.  Network Query
 Language technology is the basis for NQL's recently launched flagship offering
 - the NQL ContentAnywhere(TM) platform.
     For more information about St. Barnabas Health Care System, please go to
 http://www.sbhcs.com
 
     About NQL Inc.
     NQL Inc. is a global business-to-business infrastructure company that
 through its patent-pending Network Query Language(TM) technology develops and
 deploys the next generation of enabling software solutions.  NQL enables
 organizations of all sizes to locate, capture and deploy information from any
 source into intelligent solutions.  The company's clients consist of Fortune
 1000 companies, solution providers and web portals including companies such as
 Jubii of Denmark, London-based Sitelynx, Microsoft, and the World Bank Group,
 among others.  The company's wholly owned subsidiary, DCi, provides
 professional services including Internet and intranet consulting, network
 design, and onsite support for customers located primarily in the northeastern
 U.S.  DCi provides information technology services and products to vertical
 markets such as financial institutions, "Big 5" accounting firms, major
 healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies and educational institutions.
 For more information, please see the company's prospectus on file with the
 SEC, visit the company's web site at www.nqli.com or call 888.785.3370.  NQL
 is a registered trademark of NQL Inc.  Network Query Language, NQL
 ContentAnywhere, and all names of NQL Inc.'s other services or products are
 trademarks of NQL Inc. in the U.S. and certain other countries.  All other
 trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
 
     Certain statements in this press release are "forward-looking statements"
 within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
 Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and
 uncertainties, including (i) DCi's ability to provide NQL technology to its
 customers and the actual added benefit the technology provides, (ii) the
 technology's ability to allow the hospitals' help desk personnel, technicians
 and executive management to view the status of network devices in the four
 different locations on a single web page or Palm(TM) VII handheld, thereby
 allowing quicker response to outages within the health care system and
 ultimately shorter system downtime, (iii) the company's ability to manage
 personnel and external resources, (iv) NQL technologies' increased importance
 among DCi's offerings and additional opportunities to combine forces with DCi,
 (v) St. Barnabas' decision to utilize additional NQL and DCi solutions in the
 future, (vi) the state of the market and the company's ability to continue
 developing technology that is competitive according to industry standards, as
 well as other risk factors set forth from time to time in the company's SEC
 reports.  Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-
 looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof and the company
 undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.
 
     For further information please contact media, Kerry Schneider of Lages &
 Associates, 949-453-8080, kerry@lages.com, for NQL Inc.; or investors, Tamara
 Yanito, Director, Investor Relations of NQL Inc., 714-338-1606,
 tyanito@nqli.com.
 
 

SOURCE NQL Inc.
    SANTA ANA, Calif., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- NQL Inc. (Nasdaq:   NQLI)
 Teterboro, New Jersey-based subsidiary DCi today announced a contract to
 install a Network Query Language(TM) server for long-standing DCi customer and
 New Jersey's largest health care system, St. Barnabas Health Care System.  The
 contract is one of DCi's first as an NQL solution provider.
     Integration of NQL solutions into DCi's professional services offering is
 a strategic part of NQL's plan to use DCi as a vehicle to foster acceptance of
 NQL technologies among its established client base.
     DCi president John DeVito believes the deal is significant because it
 brings a competitive advantage and a new, high margin potential revenue source
 to the subsidiary.  "We believe our ability to provide NQL technologies to
 customers such as St. Barnabas provides them with even greater value from our
 long-standing relationship," said DeVito.  "Our entire sales force and
 technical staff have been trained on NQL technologies so that we can leverage
 our close relationship to the technology and bring our clients the NQL
 solutions that our competitors cannot."
     The Network Query Language server will unify information management
 stations at four of St. Barnabas' hospitals, including Community Medical
 Center, Monmouth Medical Center, Kimball Medical Center and Shoreline
 Behavioral Health.  The NQL server was designed to allow the hospitals' help
 desk personnel, technicians and executive management to view the status of
 network devices in the four different locations on a single web page or
 Palm(TM) VII handheld, allowing quicker response to outages within the health
 care system, and ultimately shorter system downtime.
     "We're very excited by the power of NQL technology.  We've relied on DCi
 for many network projects in the past, and based on the promise of this
 project, we look forward to even more fruitful projects in the future," said
 St. Barnabas' technical director.  "This technology should help us improve our
 reaction time to network outages and keep our commitment to stay ahead of the
 technology curve."
     According NQL chairman, president and chief executive officer Douglas J.
 Tullio, NQL technologies will grow in their importance among DCi's offerings.
 "DCi is now a model for other NQL solution providers.  They are leading the
 way for other solution providers to see the added benefit NQL technologies can
 bring to their offerings.  We look forward to more opportunities to combine
 forces with DCi for mutual benefit in the future."
     The Network Query Language server edition is one of three versions of
 NQL's patent-pending core technology; a scripting language suited for rapid
 and simple development of intelligent agents, bots, spiders, middleware and
 scalable business-to-business content aggregation applications.  Network Query
 Language technology is the basis for NQL's recently launched flagship offering
 - the NQL ContentAnywhere(TM) platform.
     For more information about St. Barnabas Health Care System, please go to
 http://www.sbhcs.com
 
     About NQL Inc.
     NQL Inc. is a global business-to-business infrastructure company that
 through its patent-pending Network Query Language(TM) technology develops and
 deploys the next generation of enabling software solutions.  NQL enables
 organizations of all sizes to locate, capture and deploy information from any
 source into intelligent solutions.  The company's clients consist of Fortune
 1000 companies, solution providers and web portals including companies such as
 Jubii of Denmark, London-based Sitelynx, Microsoft, and the World Bank Group,
 among others.  The company's wholly owned subsidiary, DCi, provides
 professional services including Internet and intranet consulting, network
 design, and onsite support for customers located primarily in the northeastern
 U.S.  DCi provides information technology services and products to vertical
 markets such as financial institutions, "Big 5" accounting firms, major
 healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies and educational institutions.
 For more information, please see the company's prospectus on file with the
 SEC, visit the company's web site at www.nqli.com or call 888.785.3370.  NQL
 is a registered trademark of NQL Inc.  Network Query Language, NQL
 ContentAnywhere, and all names of NQL Inc.'s other services or products are
 trademarks of NQL Inc. in the U.S. and certain other countries.  All other
 trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
 
     Certain statements in this press release are "forward-looking statements"
 within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
 Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks and
 uncertainties, including (i) DCi's ability to provide NQL technology to its
 customers and the actual added benefit the technology provides, (ii) the
 technology's ability to allow the hospitals' help desk personnel, technicians
 and executive management to view the status of network devices in the four
 different locations on a single web page or Palm(TM) VII handheld, thereby
 allowing quicker response to outages within the health care system and
 ultimately shorter system downtime, (iii) the company's ability to manage
 personnel and external resources, (iv) NQL technologies' increased importance
 among DCi's offerings and additional opportunities to combine forces with DCi,
 (v) St. Barnabas' decision to utilize additional NQL and DCi solutions in the
 future, (vi) the state of the market and the company's ability to continue
 developing technology that is competitive according to industry standards, as
 well as other risk factors set forth from time to time in the company's SEC
 reports.  Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-
 looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof and the company
 undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.
 
     For further information please contact media, Kerry Schneider of Lages &
 Associates, 949-453-8080, kerry@lages.com, for NQL Inc.; or investors, Tamara
 Yanito, Director, Investor Relations of NQL Inc., 714-338-1606,
 tyanito@nqli.com.
 
 SOURCE  NQL Inc.