DocNet and EDGAR Online Announce Hardcopy Fulfillment Service
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, April 1, 2002 -- DocNet, Inc., a leader in online content fulfillment services, and EDGAR(R) Online(R), Inc. (Nasdaq: EDGR), a leader in the business information industry, specializing in the extraction, packaging and distribution of public company information contained in SEC filings, announced today an agreement to provide EDGAR Online customers with a complete document fulfillment service.
Under the agreement, EDGAR Online users will obtain print versions of reports available electronically on EDGAR Online's web site. In a single step, users can order hardcopies of SEC filings, printed, bound and delivered next day.
"We are very pleased to be working with DocNet," said Susan Strausberg, CEO of EDGAR Online, Inc. "Their hardcopy fulfillment service will provide our valued customers with a reliable and efficient method for turning large downloaded files into printed documents. It is a great convenience to extend to our customers."
DocNet, Inc. President James C. McDonald stated, "We are very excited to be working with EDGAR Online. Our fulfillment service will contribute significantly to EDGAR Online's ongoing success as a world leader in the provision of SEC data. We believe that our hardcopy service will be greatly appreciated by their customers while eliminating EDGAR Online's need to make unnecessary investments in hardware, software or personnel."
About DocNet, Inc.
DocNet (http://www.docnet.com) provides organizations that create and distribute online content with a comprehensive, seamless e-commerce system to manage, sell and deliver hardcopy documents from the Internet to their customers. Document services include a secure electronic download, printed and bound hardcopy, or text and multimedia on CD-ROM-delivered the next day with the click of a button. DocNet has the technology that economically allows organizations to offer any customized compilation of digital content to their customers. Based in Exton, Pa., DocNet provides fulfillment services to Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and MarketResearch.com among others.
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