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Issue 6.1

FEATURE

Meet Douglas Lyman

Why AltaPoint Data Systems switched to REALbasic

Issue: 6.1 (November/December 2007)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: AltaPoint Data Systems was founded in 1996 by entrepreneur/developer Douglas E. Lyman, and provides Practice Management Systems for Medical, Optometric/Ophthalmologic, Chiropractic, Dental, Legal, and Veterinary markets. AltaPoint is successfully selling and marketing its most ambitious project to date: an integrated EMR -- Practice Management Software System.
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For people who aren't familiar with your company, tell us about your company and its products.

AltaPoint was founded in 1996. We currently have a user base of over 8,000 customers throughout the U.S. and several foreign countries. Our products include software solutions for the medical, dental, chiropractic, vision, and veterinary markets. These products are sold and supported through a network of over 200 independent, certified consultants.

How did you get into that market? What's your business and education background?

AltaPoint is actually my second software company. The first was Lytec Systems, that I started in 1989. Lytec is also a medical software company that I sold to National Data Corporation in 1996.

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