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AMEX ACCEPTS INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS CORPORATION’S

 PLAN TO REGAIN COMPLIANCE WITH LISTING STANDARDS

 Norcross, Georgia - July 27, 2006 - Intelligent Systems Corporation (AMEX: INS) has received notice from The American Stock Exchange (AMEX) that AMEX has accepted the company’s compliance plan and has granted Intelligent Systems an extension until October 26, 2007 to regain compliance with the continued listing standards.

 J. Leland Strange, President and Chief Executive Officer of Intelligent Systems Corporation, stated, “The plan we submitted to The American Stock Exchange is consistent with our company’s long-term strategy and history.  We are pleased that the Exchange agrees that it provides a reasonable basis for regaining compliance with AMEX standards.”

 As previously disclosed, on April 27, 2006, AMEX notified the company that it was not in compliance with certain continued listing standards with respect to shareholders’ equity and losses from continuing operations.  On May 26, 2006, the company submitted to AMEX its plan to regain compliance with the applicable continued listing standards. 

 During this extension period, our Common Stock will continue to trade on AMEX under the symbol INS with an indicator .BC added as an extension.  The .BC indicator signifies noncompliance with the continued listing standards and will remain as an extension on our trading symbol until we have regained compliance with applicable listing standards.  AMEX will periodically review our progress consistent with our plan and could initiate delisting proceedings with respect to our Common Stock if we fail to make progress or fail to regain compliance before October 26, 2007.

 About Intelligent Systems Corporation

For over thirty years, Intelligent Systems Corporation [AMEX: INS] has identified, created, operated and grown early stage technology companies.  The company’s consolidated subsidiaries include VISaer, Inc. (www.visaer.com), QS Technologies, Inc. (www.qsinc.com), CoreCard Software, Inc. (www.corecard.com), (all software companies) and ChemFree Corporation (www.chemfree.com) (an industrial products company).  Further information is available on the company’s website at www.intelsys.com, or by calling the company at 770/381-2900.

 

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