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Document Sciences Joins XML Developer Group as Founding Member

Technical Forum Serves as Information Exchange on Open XML File Formats

CARLSBAD, Calif., March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Document Sciences Corporation , a proven leader and innovator in automating the creation and delivery of enterprise customer communications for print, email and online distribution, announced it has joined the Open XML Formats Developer Group as a founding member. Initially composed of 40 organizations from around the world, the Open XML Formats Developer Group provides a community for developers to exchange technical information regarding the use of Ecma International-developed Office Open XML file formats.

"We're very pleased to be a founding member of this growing technical community," says Doug Winter, Chief Operating Officer for Document Sciences. "It's a great opportunity for organizations to not only share information, but to also share expertise and foster the development of innovative solutions using open file formats. At Document Sciences we've been committed to developing solutions that use open XML formats to streamline data integration and speed document creation for our customers as evidenced in our xPression(R) service oriented architecture (SOA)."

Membership in the Open XML Formats Developer Group is open to developers free of charge to promote and advance the continued development of open file formats across industries. Additional information is available at http://www.openxmldeveloper.org/.

About Document Sciences

Document Sciences Corporation delivers real-time, dynamic content publishing solutions that content-driven organizations depend on to realize productivity benefits, cut costs and increase competitiveness. Over 600 customers and partners worldwide use Document Sciences products in insurance, banking and financial services, managed-care, telecommunications, utilities and commercial print service bureaus. Customers include more than 60 Fortune 500 companies. Based in Carlsbad, California, with operations in Beijing, China and regional locations across the U.S. and in London, Document Sciences also markets its products in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Latin America and China. For more information about Document Sciences Corporation visit http://www.docscience.com/.

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