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More on the Appointment of Skip Henk to President and CEO of Xplor

Press release from the issuing company

TORRANCE, Calif.--March 23, 2004-- Xplor International, the worldwide electronic document systems association, today announced that Skip (Harold) Henk, EDP, has been appointed to the position of president and CEO. Henk, a 25-year veteran of the document technology and electronic printing industry and former chair of the Xplor International board, will replace William J. "Bill" McCalpin, EDP, who will return to his consulting practice. "The Xplor organization and the industry at large owe a great deal to Bill for his efforts over the last two years and appreciate his contributions. We wish him the best with his future endeavors," said Henk. "In addition to expanding Xplor's membership base and services as well as our 2004 global conference and exhibit, we will continue to position Xplor International as the most recognized educational forum in the industry." Henk most recently served as Xplor's chairman of the board. During that time, he also held the position of manager, business analysis for Kodak Versamark (formally Scitex Digital Printing). Henk has served in management-level positions with Delphax, Bull Printing Systems, Xerox, and as a principal in a service bureau. He has been involved in Xplor for more than 19 years and has served on various committees including the Joint Technology Council, EDP Certification, as well as Vendor Advisory and Nominating. Henk received his EDP certification in 1993 and was recertified for the second time at Xplor's 2003 conference. He is a frequent speaker at regional and national industry events. In his new role as president and CEO, Henk will provide strategic direction and leadership to Xplor International. In addition, he will focus on providing value to the association's existing membership, expand its ranks, as well as extend Xplor's reach to include CRM, content management, digital archiving, document storage, and retrieval technologies.