SOURCE: NextPage

August 24, 2007 09:57 ET

NextPage® Technology Named 2007 KMWorld Trend-Setting Product

NextPage Receives Third Industry Award in 2007

DRAPER, UT--(Marketwire - August 24, 2007) - NextPage today announced that a NextPage technology has been named a 2007 KM World Trend-Setting Product. NextPage Document Collaboration is a straightforward approach to tracking and managing the complete lifecycle of important documents, eliminating document chaos without forcing people to change their work habits.

This award is the third industry honor achieved by NextPage technology in 2007. The company's flagship product, NextPage Document Retention, won a prestigious CODiE Award from the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) for Best Document Management Solution and was also named a finalist in the Best New Product or Service in Computer Software for The 2007 American Business Awards.

"We set out to provide a simple yet elegant solution for people and teams to manage the ever increasing number of documents they create, share and collaborate on," said Darren Lee, NextPage president and CEO. "For many organizations it is just too easy to waste time, effort and unnecessary cycles tracking down the correct documents. This translates directly into lower productivity, more mistakes and higher risks for thousands of businesses around the world. Our core tracking technology helps manage this risk."

NextPage's core tracking technology, the Digital Thread™, is at the heart of the company's leading document applications.

Hugh McKellar, KMWorld editor in chief, said, "More than 650 individual products were considered by our team of editors, analysts, integrators and users. Each and every company whose products were chosen for this year's list of Trend-Setting Products is being acknowledged for its willingness to listen and serve its customers in useful and innovative ways."

About NextPage

NextPage delivers powerful document tracking services that enable enterprises to manage and control the risk of Microsoft Office documents on the desktop. With the patent pending document tracking technology enterprises can securely track the more than 7.5 Billion Office documents that are sent as e-mail attachments, stored on users' desktops and removable media or saved to centralized servers. The NextPage Document Retention service increases document retention compliance, as the only product that lets organizations apply retention policies to versions on the desktop by purging working copies and posting final versions to a central server for archival and lifecycle management. The NextPage products reduce the cost of document eDiscovery, prevent wasted time tracking down document versions and reduce the risk of documents. For more information, visit www.nextpage.com or e-mail us at npinfo@nextpage.com.

About KMWorld

The leading information provider serving the knowledge management systems market, KMWorld covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management and informs more than 50,000 subscribers about the components and processes and subsequent success stories that together offer solutions for improving business performance.