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Xplor Launches Argentinean Chapter

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Torrance, CA-October 11, 2006 - Xplor International, the worldwide electronic document systems association, today announced the launch of Xplor Argentina, the association's first Spanish speaking chapter. The newly formed chapter will also hold its first meeting on October 10, 2006 in Buenos Aires, with Xplor's president and CEO, Skip Henk, EDP providing the keynote address to the chapter's founding membership. "We are excited to launch Xplor International in Argentina, promote the exchange of information and provide networking opportunities for our membership," said Gustavo Muratore, general manager of Impripost Technologies, SA and founding member of Xplor Argentina. "In addition, we hope to lead our country in the development of the electronic document industry, digital and variable data printing technologies." Founded in May of 2006, Xplor Argentina membership represents the IT, mailing house, postal, service bureau and software development industries, as well as consultants, in-house end users and other individuals dedicated to the document lifecycle. Joining Brazil, Xplor Argentina is the second chapter to be formed in South America, which was founded in 1995. Together, these chapters will extend Xplor International's mission to educate, provide training and access to other professionals worldwide as well as add to Xplor's 24 chapters in 10 regions around the world. "We applaud Gustavo's hard work, as well as the other founding members, for their enthusiasm and drive in bringing Xplor to Argentina," said Skip Henk, EDP, president and CEO of Xplor International. "Their efforts typify the spirit of Xplor and serve as model to other countries and regions where Xplor is not yet represented." According to industry research, the worldwide market for variable data design, production and composition applications alone is expected to grow from $457 in 2006 to $629 million in 2008, representing approximately 17 percent increase year over year. South America contributes approximately three percent to the overall market.

 

 

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