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Document Imaging Changes Its Name to GDXdata

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO--June 3, 2004-- Global DocuGraphix Inc., the premier resource for Everything Business, announces that Denver-based Document Imaging Inc., an information and data management services company, has changed its name to GDXdata. Global DocuGraphix, a leading single-source supplier of diverse products and services for the business-to-business market across North America, South America, the Caribbean and the U.K., acquired Document Imaging in January 2000, which has consistently posted profitable quarters ever since. "This name change represents a logical step in our progress as a company over the last four years," says A. Dennis Zehnle, president of GDXdata. "The new GDXdata name clarifies our market position and reduces confusion about our relationship to our parent company Global DocuGraphix Inc." The company, which serves clients such as Nestle, Toys-R-Us, Ceridian and Convergys, provides services ranging from document scanning and data conversion (imaging or data conversion of documents for storage and retrieval in electronic formats) to enterprise-wide document management solutions (electronically routing information through predetermined workplace channels for necessary actions and archival). By managing data from the migration of electronic data residing in dissimilar systems and applications or converting computer-based and paper documents into electronic formats, GDXdata enables organizations to utilize otherwise dissonant information effectively and efficiently. "The name GDXdata says we're serious; we're global; we're connected," says Graham McClean, president and chief executive officer of Global DocuGraphix. "It aligns us closely with and positions us to capitalize on the industry's recognition of Global DocuGraphix. And, more than that, our name change announces new talent - in sales, operations and leadership. It promises loftier goals and exciting new directions as we reach deeper and wider in 2004." Document Imaging will transition to the GDXdata name during the coming weeks and will use both names on products, as well as in advertising and corporate communications. In addition, the company has changed its URL from www.docimag.com to www.gdxdata.com.