Oce Exec 3.1 Software Expands Functionality to Slash Cost of Office Printing

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO---Jan. 30, 2002-- As the promise of a paperless office increasingly appears to be a myth, businesses contend with a growing avalanche of paper documents from printed e-mails, Web pages, presentations and reports. Oce-USA, Inc., a leading supplier of digital document management and delivery technology, has introduced the latest version of its Oce Office Exec document logistics software that streamlines the production of documents and significantly reduces the cost of office printing. Oce Office Exec 3.1 software incorporates the following updates: * Server bandwidth more than doubled increasing the number of clients and printers that can be supported * New proxy architecture that enables support of * thin client/server architectures, including compatibility with Citrix MetaFrame * roaming users * multi domain and WAN networks * Improved client user interface with page-level programming of media selection. * Integration with Oce Find Logic document archive software The utility of Oce Office Exec software has been used by large organizations such as NASA's Johnson Space Center and National-Louis University who, in total, have thousands of seats installed. "Oce Office Exec is especially timely in a market downturn where companies are seeking ways to enhance productivity of their workforces and control costs, with a short pay back time,'' said Erik van Deurzen, director of marketing for software and business services, Oce Document Printing Systems. "Our software increases user productivity by providing access to all printers on a network, including the ability to print, e-mail, fax and archive all at once. Companies realize substantial savings through the automatic migration of jobs from expensive desktop printers to more efficient workgroup printers. Extensive tracking and accounting functionality allows companies to continuously optimize the ROI of their printer base by making sure printers are not under or over utilized.''