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Document Sciences and OneShield Announce Alliance Agreement

Press release from the issuing company

CARLSBAD, CA (November 13, 2006) - Document Sciences Corporation, a global market leader in providing customer communications management solutions, today announced an alliance agreement with OneShield, Inc., a leading provider of rating, workflow and policy administration components for the insurance industry. The agreement positions both organizations to further strengthen their presence in the insurance vertical by jointly providing leading technology and a variety of consulting services. Built upon an open, standards-based J2EE architecture, Document Sciences' xPression enables organizations to generate personalized and customized customer communications from a single platform. Highly flexible, scalable and secure, xPression delivers personalized and customized communications such as policies, contracts, correspondence, statements and marketing collateral for distribution via print, email and the Web, in both real time and high volume batch processing. "We are extremely pleased to join forces with Document Sciences", says Glenn Anschutz, CEO of OneShield. "Together, we bring the talent, business expertise and technology solutions that today's successful insurers demand. OneShield's flexible and configurable Dragon application, coupled with Document Sciences' xPression, will provide organizations with bottom-line growth through process improvement and top-line improvement through superior solutions." "We're pleased to welcome OneShield to our growing partner community," says Liza Smith, Vice President of Business Development at Document Sciences. "Combining OneShield's in-depth expertise in policy administration and workflow automation with Document Sciences' award-winning customer communications management technology will provide insurers with a single, scalable platform for automating the policy creation process and distributing highly effective 1:1 customer communications."