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OSI Unveils New monarch™ Training Program; Welcomes All Users to the New OSI University™

Open Systems International, Inc. (OSI), an industry leader providing open and high-performance automation solutions to utilities worldwide, is unveiling a new monarch™ user training program. The new improved curriculum, more than a year in development, has been designed in response to needs and suggestions expressed directly by clients.

This new world-class training program, also known as OSI University™, will better address the diverse needs of our customers by employing level- and topic-based courses versus the previous modular training approach. Actual course material will go into greater depth and will be more subject-specific allowing our customers to obtain the training most pertinent to their specific needs. To best serve clients, OSI training will utilize three media: classroom training (OSI University), web-based training, and on-site training at customer facilities. OSI University classes will begin in July 2006, with basic courses repeated every other month and more advanced classes once every quarter.

The courses have been developed by OSI's instructors and subject matter experts. Interactive material such as tutorials and exercises will help training attendees excel quickly and smoothly.

Course schedules and the 2006-2007 Training Calendar can be obtained from the OSI website (www.osii.com) or by direct requests made to training@osii.com. A program for OSI University (monarch Training Plan) can also be obtained from the OSI Forum or by requests made to training@osii.com.

Due to demand and limited class size, early enrollment is recommended. Please contact our training representative at training@osii.com to register for these new courses at your earliest convenience. Pre-registration and confirmation is required prior to attendance.

OSI (www.osii.com) provides open, state-of-the-art, and high-performance automation solutions to electric utilities worldwide. These solutions include Energy Management Systems (EMS), Distribution Management Systems (DMS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Systems, and Generation Management Systems (GMS), as well as individual software products and e-business solutions for electric utility operations. OSI is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.

For additional information regarding this news release please contact news@osii.com.