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Madison Advisors Releases the Second Edition of Its Document Composition Market Study

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Colleyville, TX (May 16, 2006) – Madison Advisors, the leading enterprise output advisory firm that advances the print and electronic communications objectives of Fortune 1000 companies, today announced the release of the Second Edition of its Document Composition Market Study, the industry’s most extensive study of the composition tool market. The study analyzes end-user requirements – collected through 7 years of first-hand engagements with organizations across numerous verticals – with findings from hands-on assessments of the latest solutions from the top composition tool vendors, including Cincom, Docucorp, Document Sciences, Elixir, Exstream, GMC, Group1, ISIS, Metavante, Objectif Lune, Pageflex, PrintSoft, Sefas, Whitehill Technologies, and XMPie. Madison Advisors’ Document Composition Market Study is a must-read for any organization making a major decision related to document composition in the next 18 months. It includes a detailed market overview that provides Madison Advisors’ definition of and perspective on the market, as well as extensive analysis of current and future market trends with insight into how they affect the end-user and vendor communities. The report also provides comparative analysis of all of the products included in the study to help organizations understand which offerings are best suited for their unique needs. Finally, the report discusses best fits for each offering and provides a complete solution review for all products. “The second edition of the study provides analysis on document composition solutions for multiple document types,” explains Richard Huff, Madison Advisors’ principal analyst on the study. “It identifies trends and best practices that apply to organizations of all sizes.” Highlights from Madison Advisors’ study include: - All GUIs are not equal – while all solutions feature a GUI, each vendor’s GUI is different and targeted toward different user skill sets, verticals, or applications - Document design is no longer solely the province of designers – organizations divide the document creation process into discrete functions - Advances have been made in document change mangagement – it is easier than it used to be to test changes to documents while they are running in production - Document composition is being embraced enterprise-wide – organizations have implemented document composition systems as core business systems - Adoption of electronic document delivery remains slow – organizations must support both print and electronic delivery for the foreseeable future The complete Document Composition Market Study is now available from Madison Advisors. It can be purchased directly from Madison Advisors’ web site at http://www.madison-advisors.com. (http://www.madison-advisors.com/products.html for the commerce page)




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