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Document Sciences Awarded

Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

CARLSBAD, CA - April 28, 2003 - Document Sciences Corporation, a proven leader and innovator in automating creation and delivery of enterprise business communications, announced today that Transform Magazine, a publication for business and IT managers with expertise in content and collaboration technologies, has selected xPression as one of 16 “Transform Best of AIIM 2003” award winners. The "Best of AIIM" selections were made after reviewing products and technologies exhibited at the AIIM 2003 Conference & Exposition, which was held in New York, April 7-9, 2003. Full details on the selections are available online at www.transformmag.com and are included in a special eight-page "Transform Best of AIIM 2003" section published in the May 2003 issue. “We are honored to have xPression recognized by industry analysts and the editors of Transform as a breakthrough technology that helps organizations reinvent the way they do business,” said Jack McGannon, President of Document Sciences Corp. “This represents yet another independent confirmation that Xpression represents a significant advance beyond traditional document automation. “ xPression’s J2EE component-based architecture provides universal content processing services that integrate with an organization's existing business workflows to create and deliver both real-time and high volume business communications, highly customized for each recipient. Unlike traditional document automation systems, universal content processing (UCP) services such as xPression, are architected for tight integration with existing systems, data, and workflows. xPression uses XML as a common language for data interchange coupled with Web Services that connect to an organization's existing workflow components, allowing disparate systems to communicate with one another, radically increasing efficiency of creation and delivery of business communications from sales, administration, compliance, customer service and direct marketing departments.




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