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Tulip Systems Launches New Division: Atlanta Medical Websites
Date:1/13/2009

ATLANTA, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Tulip Systems, Inc. today announced the formation and launch of its newest operating division. Atlanta Medical Websites (AMW) has been formed to offer experienced and affordable custom website design and marketing to new and growing medical practices in the greater Atlanta area.

Dr. Nino Doijashvilli, CEO of Tulip Systems said, "In our market research, we found a definite need for this service. Many new practices either don't have a website at all or are using simple templates to establish their web presence." Dr. Doijashvilli continued, "In this day, it is essential to project the best professional image possible on the internet. That is where their patient base will find them."

For established medical practices with an existing website, AMW offers a detailed Search Engine Optimization and Marketing program. This can include ongoing management of Search Engine Ad words as well as monitoring key search word success in attracting inquiries from new patients. AMW will also offer encrypted email accounts to medical practices to enable them to handle the movement of sensitive documents via the web.

"We know we have developed a package that fits the needs of today's growing medical practice," said Dr. Doijashvilli. "AMW has the benefit of Tulip's years of experience in developing websites for several medical clients over the years," she continued. "We look forward to being a true IT resource and partner to the Atlanta Medical Community."

ABOUT Atlanta Medical Websites:

Atlanta Medical Websites is an operating unit of Tulip Systems, Inc. Founded and Incorporated in 2000, Tulip Systems, Inc. (tulsys.com) develops simple social networking software and Broadband based webware, having expanded as a 'one stop shop' for Internet Services. With six operating units, each concentrating on a specific niche in the marketplace, TULIP is able
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