SOURCE: NextPage

February 28, 2008 10:01 ET

NextPage Among KMWorld's 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management

Exclusive List Compiled by Knowledge Management Practitioners, Theorists, Analysts, Vendors and Their Customers and Colleagues

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - February 28, 2008) - NextPage, a leader in compliance and information risk management, today announced that the company has been included in KMWorld's 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management. The list is in its 8th year and is established with input from various members of the knowledge management industry, including analysts, vendors and their customers, practitioners and theorists.

Hugh McKellar, editor-in-chief of KMWorld, described the uniqueness of being a member of the list, "We have long held that the true essence of knowledge management is an attitude, a single-minded commitment to improvement. And companies on our list simply must emphasize an abiding determination to serve their most important constituency: their customers. They must also show agile innovation combined with a full understanding of the forces that affect, and will affect, their customers."

NextPage recently announced availability of the NextPage Information Tracking Platform, which addresses an enterprise's biggest information risk and policy compliance challenges by making it practical for various applications to track and classify unstructured and unmanaged documents, enforce policies from retention to disposition to legal holds and then monitor compliance across the organization. The NextPage platform supports the company's flagship application, the award-winning NextPage Document Retention, as well as new applications that will address the different elements of risk associated with unstructured and unmanaged data that resides at the edge of the enterprise -- hard drives and scattered shared drives.

"Our message concerning the need to manage the overwhelming number of documents created, shared and stored at the edge of the network continues to resonate in the industry and we are honored to be included in this prestigious list," said Darren Lee, President and CEO of NextPage. "This year will be an exciting time for NextPage as we release new applications to help companies proactively manage their information risk."

About NextPage

NextPage, a leading innovator in Compliance and Information Risk Solutions, delivers the only Information Tracking Platform that mitigates enterprise risk, increases document policy compliance and reduces the cost of e-discovery by tracking and managing documents no matter where they are located -- hard drives, USB's, servers, or Email attachments. With patent pending technology, NextPage proactively tackles the risk by tracking, classifying, executing policy, and reporting on the compliance of all documents across the enterprise. The NextPage suite of applications is being deployed across large enterprises to manage information risk. NextPage has received top honors over the last year including 2008 InfoWorld Technology of the Year Award, a CodIE Award for Best Document Management Solution and KMWorld's Top 100 companies that matter in 2008. For more information visit www.nextpage.com

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