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Woodland Hills, CA - My-T-Pen software completes the evolution of the pen interface.

Innovation Management Group, Inc. announces the release of its My-T-Pen for Windows 1.42. Responding to the growing pen market, IMG has updated its advanced interface software to address the needs of pen manufacturers, kiosk developers, VARs, systems integrators, and corporate / commercial / industrial users. My-T-Pen provides over 125 functions available on customizable panels, including 25 international on-screen keyboard layouts, unlimited programmable macro buttons and panels, and an enhanced Developers Kit.

Developers & Systems Administrators can use My-T-Pen to implement pen systems without the need for a physical keyboard, completing the pen interface. Uses include network logons, security passwords, ID authentication, production quantity entry, data / information entry, notes, name entry, reducing repetitive tasks to macro buttons, and a variety of other tasks. Security features include the ability to "hide" keys and lock panels to prevent unauthorized entry and reduce user confusion, and a password protected configuration module.

IMG provides unique & innovative interface software to OEM, corporate, commercial, government, military, and industrial clients who use My-T-Pen components to reduce development time. Uses include automation; instructional, vending, and informational kiosks; data acquisition; time-card entry / password systems; shop floor / MRP stations; specialized ATMs; CAD/CAM systems; Human Machine Interface (MMI); and building, industrial, and process control environments. The 'Heads-Up' My-T-Pen software types into ANY Windows application by floating above other windows and visually emulating the physical keyboard. The 1.42 release currently supports Windows 95 / 3.x. A Windows NT version is also available. My-T-Pen for Windows lists for $99.95US. OEM components, custom versions, bundles, network and site licenses are available. Demo's, Literature, and Developers Kits are available from the website: