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DocuLynx to speak at Xplor's Global Conference and Vendor Forum

Friday, February 26, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

DocuLynx Inc., a leading provider of archive retrieval, electronic distribution and Web presentment solutions, today announced it has heightened its participation in Xplor's Global Conference and Vendor Forum being held March 17-19, 2010 at the TradeWinds Resort  in Tampa Bay, Florida. DocuLynx president and CEO, Terry Wieczorek will be delivering a session on "The Need for Effective Document Archiving in the TransPromo World" on March 19 from 8:30 to 9:20 am. Companies large and small are seeking the best solutions for successfully integrating TransPromo into their archive and retrieval processes. Wieczorek will cover the latest trends in practical, fast, and accurate archiving and retrieval processes and how to integrate these processes into valuable additional services that deepen existing customer relationships and attract new business.

John Nitti, vice president of sales for DocuLynx, will be participating in the Key Vendor Panel, sharing his industry insights in a panel discussion that will focus on industry trends in document composition, with topics that include web presentment of computer generated documents and what's  in store for the future of document communications.

DocuLynx is an Elite Platinum Sponsor of the Xplor Global Conference and will also be sponsoring the Xplor Olympics on March 18 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at the hotel's North Beach. In addition to participating in the educational session and Vendor Forum, DocuLynx, will also be exhibiting its archive and retrieval solutions at the conference trade show being held during the conference.

 

 

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