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GMC Software Technology Achieves Worldwide ISO 9001:2000 Certification

Press release from the issuing company

June 22, 2006 – Charlestown, Massachusetts and Appenzell, Switzerland – GMC Software Technology, the New Standard in personalized customer communications, today announced that its entire worldwide group of development, sales and support offices has been granted full ISO 9001:2000 certification. “We are very proud of this achievement,” stated Dr. René Müller, CEO of GMC Software Technology. “Our ISO 9001:2000 certification is part of a Total Quality Initiative that we started in our software development facilities to ensure that our customers get a first-class, highly reliable product planned and developed with their requirements in mind. The extension of this certification to all our companies has helped us in establishing a clear structure and responsibilities in our sales and support operations; so that we are better able to offer a higher level of consultative services and technical support to our customers and partners.” GMC Software Technology’s investment in its Total Quality program, including ISO 9001:2000 certification and the implementation of Carnegie-Mellon Institute’s CMMI methodology nearly four years ago, has been instrumental in the company’s ability to deliver a very stable, trouble-free product as well as to quickly incorporate new functionality and features to address evolving market and customer requirements. “We see our employment of CMMI methodology and ISO 9001:2000 certification as important differentiators over similar products offered by our competitors,” continued Dr. Müller. “Our Total Quality program has played a very significant role in driving our growth and in solidifying strong partnerships with all the leading technology providers in the world.” GMC Software Technology’s PrintNet software is a completely integrated suite of variable document design and composition, process automation, on-line collaboration and approval, output management, and web services software solutions. Driving multiple document-related applications from a single platform, PrintNet accepts input from multiple sources — including Adobe InDesign, EPS, PDF, QuarkXPress, SAP, and XML — with multi-channel output for paper and electronic documents. PrintNet provides a single platform for personalized Web and print based documents, direct marketing documents, transactional documents, and on-demand database publishing. Recently (May 2006), GMC Software Technology’s PrintNet software received top rating in both the “Document Composition Breadth of Solution” and “Document Composition Solutions Architecture” categories by Madison Advisors, a highly regarded advisory firm specializing in strategic services designed to advance the print and electronic communications objectives of Fortune 1000 companies.

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