Partnership brings daily intelligence to Xplor’s 5,000 members.
Torrance, California and Lexington, Kentucky, USA - August 14, 2002 - Xplor International, the worldwide association representing over 5,000 members in the $125-billion document systems industry, has selected WhatTheyThink.com to provide daily news content to their web site - www.xplor.org. WhatTheyThink.com provides web-based content solutions to companies and organizations serving the printing, publishing and document systems industries.
“Xplor’s mission is to provide timely information to our members in a variety of mediums,” stated William J. McCalpin, EDP - General Manager of Xplor International. “And to further enhance our web site, we have chosen WhatTheyThink.com to deliver document and print related news on a daily basis. We are very excited to present this feature to our members.”
The agreement provides visitors to www.xplor.org the ability to view industry news without leaving Xplor’s web site. The arrangement also allows users to search archived news by key word, company name or date. The archive currently contains over 7,000 articles.
“Our fully automated system allows organizations to easily add great content to their site,” said Randy Davidson, president of WhatTheyThink.com. “We are extremely honored to be working with Xplor and look forward to serving their members.”
Xplor International is the worldwide association representing more than 5,000 members which develop and use the technology of the US $125-billion document systems industry. Xplor's mission is to provide organizations and individuals with learning and networking opportunities that enhance the effective use of electronic document technology to achieve business objectives. For more information on Xplor International, call +1-310-791-9521, visit www.xplor.org, or e-mail [email protected]
WhatTheyThink.com is the print and publishing industry’s leading online community. The company offers a mixture of free and subscription-based content for industry executives. WhatTheyThink.com also provides content syndication services to numerous industry web sites. For more information, visit www.whattheythink.com.
For more information about WhatTheyThink.com’s syndication technology, visit http://members.whattheythink.com/home/content.cfm