Document Sciences Deepens Commitment To UK Financial Services Market
Press release from the issuing company
CARLSBAD, Calif., and LONDON, OCTOBER 21, 2003 – Document Sciences Corporation, a proven leader and innovator in automating creation and delivery of personalized enterprise business communications, today announced several new partnerships with leading UK insurance technology firms, and the opening of a subsidiary office in the heart of London’s financial district. The newly announced partners: Harlosh, Ltd., Melstar Ltd. UK, and TIA Systems, Ltd., all will be integrating Document Sciences’ award-winning xPression content processing services into their insurance-focused technology offerings.
“The London insurance market is one of the leading financial services markets in the world, and our new office is further evidence of our longstanding commitment to this market,” said Jack McGannon, President and CEO of Document Sciences. “Our new UK partnerships, and our strong partnership with Xenos UK, are consistent with our belief that companies want the flexibility to implement “best of breed,” componentized solutions. Not only do these partners recognize our breadth and depth in this market space, but they fully understand the unique advantages of xPression’s standards-based architecture for reducing their customers’ costs, enabling full FSA compliance, and speeding time to market. ”
Harlosh Ltd. is a leading developer of integrated insurance administration software, covering insurance needs from policy administration and reinsurance to claims handling and fund management. They will be reselling Document Sciences’ xPression as part of their insurance administration installations. Melstar Ltd. UK is a leading systems integrator, specializing in J2EE/XML integration, support and delivery services. A WebSphere-certified IBM Partner, Melstar provides insurers with integration, support and delivery services for xPression. TIA Systems is a leading provider of software for the insurance industry that will be jointly marketing xPression alongside their insurance administration and claims software solution.
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