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Kemal Carr, Madison Advisors' CEO, Talks with OnDemandJournal.com in an Exclusive Interview

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Colleyville, TX (October 24, 2006) – Kemal Carr, EDP, CEO of Madison Advisors, recently completed an exclusive interview with OnDemandJournal.com’s executive editor Noel Ward to answer questions surrounding document composition, a core technology that supports the critical business process of creating documents with personalized content. The interview, New Ways to Build a Document, can be found at http://www.ondemandjournal.com/specialfeatures/060919interview.cfm . Inspired by Madison Advisors’ latest release of its Document Composition Market Study Report, 2nd Edition, the interview, New Ways to Build a Document, delves into topics such as: - How have the demands for document composition tools changed? - Where are composition tools still behind in meeting the needs of document creators? - How much of a concern is the learning curve when a company selects a document composition tool? - How should a company go about defining their needs so they decide which document composition tool is right for them? - What are the top three characteristics to consider when investing in a document composition tool? Madison Advisors’ Document Composition Market Study Report, 2nd Edition, analyzes end-user requirements – collected through five years of first-hand engagements with organizations across numerous verticals. And it presents findings from hands-on assessments of the latest solutions from the top composition tool vendors, including Cincom, Docucorp, Document Sciences, Elixir, Exstream, GMC, Group 1, ISIS, Metavante, Objectif Lune, Pageflex, PrintSoft, Sefas, Whitehill Technologies, and XM Pie. Madison Advisors’ Document Composition Market Study Report is a must-read for any organization making a major decision related to document composition in the next 18 months. It includes extensive analysis of current and future market trends, with insight into how they affect the end-user and vendor communities. The report also discusses best fits and provides a complete solution review. 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-wise – 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 In addition, Madison Advisors also publishes the Enterprise Output Management Market Study, a comprehensive report on the enterprise output market. The study includes analysis of the top vendors of enterprise output management systems, including ASG-Cypress, Emtex, Esker, IBM, Levi Ray & Shoup, Macro 4, Océ, and Solimar Systems. Both reports can be purchased directly from Madison Advisors’ web site at www.madison-advisors.com.




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