xSQL Software to give $100K in software to non-profit organizations

April 14, 2008
For Immediate Release

Atlanta, GA – April 14, 2008 – xSQL Software, a provider of SQL Server tools, Oracle tools, and other database tools and utilities, announces a $100K software donation to non-profit public interest organizations.

From now until December 31, 2008 any non-profit organization in the United States and other countries can obtain a free license for xSQL Bundle Professional that contains two of the best SQL Server database comparison and synchronization tools in the market, xSQL Object for comparing and synchronizing database schemas and xSQL Data Compare for comparing and synchronizing the contents (the data) of two SQL Server databases - both indispensable tools for database administrators and software developers who work with SQL Server.

"This is our modest contribution to helping those organizations that are actively engaged in activities of public interest" said Naim Sula, CEO of xSQL Software. "We are a young organization with limited means but instead of waiting until we can do bigger and greater things we decided to do today what are able to do today."

All non-profit organizations whose primary objective is to support or engage in activities of public interest anywhere in the World can contact xSQL Software to obtain a free licenses with no strings attached for xSQL Object and xSQL Data Compare.

The requests for licenses will be fulfilled on a first come first serve bases. Over 200 non-profit organizations are expected to benefit from this offer.

xSQL Software develops database tools and utilities for administrators and developers. xSQL Software is a subsidiary of Bright Minds Group, Inc. an Atlanta-Georgia based company. You can reach the company via e-mail at info@xsql.com and on the web at http://www.xsql.com.

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