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SureQuest Systems, Inc. & MenuStream, Inc. Announce Joint Marketing Agreement

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DALLAS, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/14 -- SureQuest Systems, Inc., (OTCBB: SUQU), the leading provider of On Demand Dining Management software solutions for the healthcare industry, is pleased to announce that it has entered into an exclusive Joint Marketing Agreement with MenuStream Solutions of Orangeville, Ontario, Canada, a pioneer in technology services and solutions for the healthcare industry.

This exclusive joint marketing agreement provides for the international marketing of MenuStream's state of the art touch screen integration with SureQuest's full line of OnDemand Dining Management systems. This innovative integration of two powerful technologies takes the ThreeSquares™ OnDemand system to the next level. MenuStream makes it easier for both Residents and Staff to see 'What's for Dinner' for any meal on any day of the week for any diet.

In the Long Term Care industry, Dining Services are sometimes the best kept secret in the building and yet it is an integral element of Person Centered Care and essential to health and morale. Modern technology brings Dining Services out of the kitchen and into the mainstream with the addition of this state of the art MenuStream application, seamlessly integrated with SureQuest's ThreeSquares™ OnDemand Dining Management System.

It's 4p.m. and there is a last-minute change to the Dinner menu. Not a problem! Simply update the menu in ThreeSquares® OnDemand & save the changes. Those changes are instantly visible on the displays in every dining room and production area as well as your organization's website. No reprints or posting paper changes on bulletin boards required. Dinning services can be planned, managed and tracked professionally and efficiently with MenuStream; say 'Au revoir' to printed menus for good.

Recipes at Scale and Production Reports are accessible on screen displays in the kitchen, providing your facility's real-time production needs in an electronic format for production staff. Skip the printing stage of Recipes and Production sheets if desired.

"The possibilities for expanding MenuStream's applications in the Healthcare and Hospitality environments are only limited by the imagination," according to Tim Sudderth, President, CEO of SureQuest Systems, Inc. "We are already receiving feedback from customers with ideas for future enhancements to MenuStream."

MenuStream seamlessly integrates with existing ThreeSquares™ OnDemand Dining Management systems across the US as well as Sysco Canada's Synergy On Demand Dining Management system placements throughout Canada. MenuStream represents an add-on sale opportunity for all of those systems already in place as well another reason to upgrade or replace outdated tray card systems which may have been in place for years. SureQuest assures clients that their technology will always be state of the art and on the forefront of the ever changing needs of Dining Service Operations.

Mark McIntyre, from MenuStream, sees great potential for the healthcare industry. "This technology is going to change the way healthcare facilities manage their food and dining systems. We're very excited to be working with SureQuest -- they are true visionaries in this field."

About MenuStream Solutions
With many years of experience bringing technology and medical knowledge together, MenuStream Solutions is a technology solutions provider that works exclusively with long-term care clients in the healthcare industry. Aimed at integrating with software systems to improve the efficiencies within Long Term Care, MenuStream Solutions forms partnerships with LTC facilities to provide solutions that are industry compliant, user- and staff-friendly, and safe and reliable. For more information about MenuStream Solutions, visit us at http://menustreams.com/. Contact MenuStream Solutions at 866-765-6674, ext 242 or email [email protected].

About SureQuest Systems, Inc.
SureQuest Systems, Inc.
(OTCBB: SUQU), founded in 1984, provides software solutions and menu management services to a variety of healthcare, hospitality, and corrections food service clients throughout North America. Today, SureQuest Systems leads the healthcare food service industry, as a total solutions provider, offering a suite of OnDemand software products, menu services, and other management solutions.

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