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Solimar Systems Announces Release of SOLsearcher Enterprise v2.14

Press release from the issuing company

San Diego, CA - August 5, 2004 - Solimar Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of production printing and secure document delivery solutions, today announced a new release of SOLsearcher Enterprise that provides users with enhanced electronic document distribution functionality. Extending the reach of business communications worldwide, SOLsearcher Enterprise provides highly secure access to transactional documents via a Web browser. Version 2.14 of SOLsearcher Enterprise includes enhancements that enable end users to combine multiple operational tasks into a single consolidated procedure, thus saving time and becoming more productive. "Providing technology that enables our customers to accomplish more work in less time is a core focus for every product we deliver," explains Mary Ann Rowan, Solimar Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "The new Document Assembler module is just another example of the features that enable SOLsearcher Enterprise to quickly improve customer productivity." SOLsearcher Enterprise’s API module has also been enhanced to streamline system integration and set up. The API enables organizations to easily and quickly customize the look, feel, and functionality of the Web client interface so it may be seamlessly integrated with existing Web sites and portals. "The API is extremely valuable and especially compelling for service bureaus and other outsourcing providers, where a single SOLsearcher Enterprise system can be used to simultaneously service multiple organizations with their own distinct branding and functionality," says Rowan. New SOLsearcher Enterprise v2.14 functionality also addresses the global market by providing multi-regional support for various data structure types, including text, currency, date, and numerical information. The support for various data structure types allows organizations to easily satisfy the needs of diverse users by utilizing a single Web client to address a variety of requirements.