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Docucorp Expands ASP Services, Mail Forwarding Technology

Friday, January 10, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

DALLAS--Jan. 9, 2003--Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, today announced that it has expanded its ASP services to include the United States Postal Service's FASTforward for Mailing List Correction technology. The FASTforward system contains several million permanent change-of-address (COA) records filed with the Postal Service by relocating customers who want their mail forwarded. By utilizing this technology, Docucorp customers can save as much as $0.50 per piece of mail being forwarded. "In the past, our clients would utilize this option through the post office, adding further time to the mail process. By providing this at the ASP center, our clients can now take advantage of this option at a much more cost-effective rate and in a more time-efficient manner," said Kerry LeCrone, Docucorp's senior vice president, ASP. "With approximately 40 million change-of-address records being filed annually, the value is significant. Not only do our clients benefit from financial savings, but they also ensure the integrity of their data." Utilizing strict name and address matching logic, the FASTforward technology enables Docucorp's clients to update their mailing lists electronically with their customers' new addresses. Updated weekly, the FASTforward COA data reflects a 13-month period relative to the move-effective date the customer provided. Docucorp is a non-exclusive licensee of the United States Postal Service's FASTforward for Mailing List Correction technology.




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