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Unity Management Group, Inc. Announces Its Initial Sale of the PZ UNO Tablet Press to a Major Pharmaceutical Company for $500,000
Date:12/14/2011

EAST HANOVER, N.J., Dec. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --Unity Management Group, Inc. (OTCMARKETS: UYMG) "UNITY" (or the "Company"), and its subsidiary, Metropolitan Computing Corporation (MCC) are pleased to announce that it has sold its initial PZ Uno Tablet press to a major pharmaceutical company for $500,000. Due to confidentiality agreements the company is not able to disclose the name of the purchaser. The company did specify that the PZ Uno tablet press would be used for a research and development project for clinical trials for a revolutionary new drug.

"Unity Management Group, Inc. is pleased with the first sale, and reference point for the new press, and projects sales for the PZ UNO Tablet Press for 2012 to be substantial," said Michael Oliver Director, and Vice president, and he also stated that Unity Management is on pace to finalize their 2011 goals in new sales and finalizing pending orders.

About Unity Management Group, Inc. Unity Management Group, a health resource company, will continue to provide innovative physician practice management services that offer high value and significant return on investment for physicians practices and hospitals through its three subsidiary companies: United Healthcare Solutions Inc., Unity Technologies Inc., and United Business Services Inc.

The first subsidiary, Unity Business Services, is a full service management company offering solutions in practice management, billing, staffing, contracting, licensing, credentialing, and accounting. Unity Business Services also offers assistance in HIPAA compliance, marketing, and unique solutions for practice start-ups and new practices.

Unity Technologies Inc. is a complete software solutions company offering billing, electronic medical records, and electronic health records for physicians' offices and hospitals.

United Healthcare Solutions, a national company based in Nevada, is a healthcare company will be
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