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OMNIS Studio 2.4

Omnis Technology Corporation (NASDAQ SmallCap: OMNS) announced today that it will make the first public preview of the Carbonized version of Omnis Studio running under Mac OSX at Macworld Expo in New York City this week. Omnis Studio is a 4GL Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool that currently operates under Mac OS (7.5 and higher), Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and Linux. Omnis is planning to release a new version of Studio (3.0) in early autumn 2000, followed by an upgrade shortly after Apple releases Mac OSX.

Apple has invited Omnis Software to be one of only four presenters at the Apple Hands-on Theater at the Macworld Expo. At this venue, Omnis will introduce show attendees to the power of Omnis Studio as a development tool. Theater participants will have the opportunity to build a custom, fully functional Web application in less than 50 minutes.

Jerry Lipscomb, Omnis chief evangelist, who will be making the demonstrations, said, "We're delighted to have this opportunity to demonstrate the power of the Omnis technology. We have been committed to the Apple platform since before the Mac -- the first version of Omnis appeared on Apple II -- and we have supported business application development in the Mac environment ever since. We believe that OSX, with its stable and proven Mach kernel, will make the Mac a serious contender in the business market, and we intend to do everything we can to promote and encourage that success."

Lipscomb continued, "The production of an OSX version of Omnis Studio is a testament to both the power of the Omnis technology and the skill of our engineers. Many development tools are tied in tightly with a single operating system, whereas the Omnis engineering team has created a common interface layer, allowing all of the code to be written once, and the interface takes care of the calls to the individual OS. To really understand this, consider Linux. Our engineers managed a complete port in just a few months, and we launched Omnis Studio for Linux last September. Nearly a year later, we are still waiting for the appearance of Kylix. Omnis has enjoyed similarly rapid progress since work began on an OSX version of Studio earlier this year."

Information about Omnis Studio 2.4 and a downloadable evaluation copy can be accessed via www.omnis.net.

Macworld Expo is being held in New York City at the Jacob K. Javits Center from July 18-21, 2000. Omnis is exhibiting in Booth No. 1855, the Small Business Solutions Pavilion, and in the Apple Hands-On Theater.

About Omnis Studio

Omnis Technology's flagship product, Omnis Studio is a high-performance visual RAD tool that provides a component-based environment for building GUI interfaces within e-commerce, database and client/server applications. When used with the company's Web Client plug-in technology, Omnis Studio allows the development of client/server relationships over the Internet using popular web-browsers, giving fast, secure, scalable solutions in a minimum of development time. Development and deployment of Omnis Studio applications can occur simultaneously in Linux, Windows, and Mac OS environments without changing the application code. This portability is achieved because Omnis utilizes a highly optimized interpreter engine to execute the object-oriented application at runtime. Omnis Studio applications support native data access to Oracle, Sybase, DB2/UDB, Informix and ODBC-compliant data sources including MySQL. The Omnis Web Client allows the developer to create client interfaces that either utilize forms or a highly secure plug-in. Using Omnis Studio cuts application development time by as much as 75 percent compared to 3GL environments (C++, Java), while allowing the developer to use objects developed in 3GL environments as components in Omnis applications.

Omnis is a registered trademark of Omnis Software Limited, a subsidiary of Omnis Technology Corporation. Omnis Studio and Omnis 7 are trademarks of Omnis Technology Corporation. All other products or service names mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owners.

PLEASE NOTE: In this news release, statements that are not historical facts, including but not limited to statements (a) that include the words "believes," "expects," "anticipates," "estimates" or words of similar importance or meaning; (b) that describe any of the Company's or management's plans, objectives or goals for future operations and products, or (c) that concern the characteristics and growth of the Company's markets or customers or products or the expected liquidity and capital resources of the Company, are forward-looking statements that are inherently subject to numerous risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that the results described in such forward-looking statements have been or will be realized. The principal risk factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in forward-looking statements in this news release are described in various reports and documents filed by Omnis Technology Corporation with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, including but not limited to the Annual Report of Omnis Technology Corporation on Form 10-KSB/A for the last fiscal year of the Company. The Company disclaims any responsibility to update or revise any forward-looking statement provided in this news release.

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