While searching for available operating systems which are required by the software to run, I found out that only Windows is available.
A solution to this problem would be that you use additional software on your Mac to run native Windows applications. In this case you can use Bootcamp (which is bundled with your Mac), Parallels Desktop or CrossOver. These programs have the ability to run Windows operating system inside your MacOS. Basing on your Mac system configuration, I would recommend using Parallels Desktop because it has better support and runs flawlessly. Installation of a new virtual machine is user-friendly and simple. First you download the trial available on this website or from the developer's page. The choice is entirely yours. Second, you install it by a simple drag'n'drop operation into your
Applications folder. Insert an installation Windows medium into your DVD-Rom, choose the
Wizard button from Parallels and follow the instructions on your screen. After the process will finish, the software will restart the virtual machine and you'll have a working Windows environment. From that point, navigate to the site where your software resides and perform an installation inside your Windows and run it using the same steps as installing a software application.