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Standard Register Announces Strategic Alliance With Results Engineering

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio---March 21, 2002--Standard Register Document Consulting Services, a leader in document management solutions, today announced a strategic alliance with Results Engineering, a firm specializing in electronic document management systems (EDMS), workflow and e-commerce solutions. This alliance combines nearly a century of document management expertise and industry knowledge with proven tools and methodologies to offer clients a complete solution for operational efficiency, from process audit to storage systems. Document Consulting Services and Results Engineering will perform joint target opportunity planning and joint marketing, where appropriate. Engagement structure may take the form of joint project teams, independent representation, or subcontracting as determined by the client's specific business objectives. "The relationship between Document Consulting Services and Results Engineering blends specialized document analysis and management consulting practices with reengineered workflow processes and applications,'' said Bentley Patterson, principal of alliances for Document Consulting Services. "By complementing each other's core competencies, we will provide clients with solutions to efficiently manage their documents and related processes while implementing state-of-the-art technologies. Together, we help our mutual customers best meet their business objectives while increasing their ROI.'' Likewise, Greg Boyd, president of Results Engineering, said, "This is a perfect match for Results Engineering. Clients gain insights into the true costs of their current forms and realize savings on many of these pre-printed documents through working with Document Consulting Services. As partners, Results Engineering and Document Consulting Services show clients how they can achieve dramatic incremental savings by adopting online forms and automating portions of their workflow.''