Docucorp CEO To Address Using the Internet at Xplor Global Conference
Press release from the issuing company
DALLAS-- Oct. 24, 2001--Docucorp International, a leading provider of enterprise information solutions, announced today that President and CEO Michael D. Andereck will participate in a panel presentation about using the Internet as a marketplace tool at the Xplor International Conference in Orlando, Fla., from Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, 2001.
Xplor International is the worldwide association representing more than 5,000 members at more than 2,500 companies that develop and use document systems technology, representing a $125 billion industry. The Xplor 2001 Global Electronic Document Systems Conference & Exhibit will be held in the Orange County Convention Center.
The panel presentation will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 29. Panelists will describe their experiences using the Internet as a business tool.
Docucorp's enterprise information solutions have offered Internet capabilities such as presentment, delivery and archival since 1998. Docucorp primarily serves clients in the insurance, financial services and utilities industries, markets that are increasingly turning to the Internet for streamlined business processes, cost savings, faster time-to-market and efficiency.
Docucorp will also provide an update session on the company's direction, including product status and an "In-Touch'' customer communications program. Elliott Tucker, vice president of customer communications, and Paul Martin, manager of customer support, will present this session at noon on Nov. 1.
Docucorp is the authority in providing dynamic solutions for acquiring, managing, personalizing and presenting enterprise information. Servicing the entire enterprise information lifecycle, Docucorp's information software, application service provider (ASP) hosting and professional consulting services enable companies to implement solutions in-house or fully outsource to Docucorp. The company has an installed base of 1,300 customers, including many of the largest insurance, utility and financial services organizations.
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