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Workshare Launches Compare Service -- First Web Services Version Of Gold Standard DeltaView Document Comparison Tool

First in a Series of Web Services Solutions Delivers Highly Scalable, Accurate Document Comparison Solution for .NET and Enterpr

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Workshare, the leading provider of document integrity solutions, today unveiled the Workshare Compare Service -- a Web services version of DeltaView, its market leading document verification solution and the de-facto standard for document comparison. Designed for the enterprise server market and available on the Microsoft .NET Platform, Workshare Compare Service provides users with the industry's leading comparison engine to enable fast, accurate and reliable document comparison without the need to install desktop software.

This initial Compare Service is the first in a forthcoming series of Workshare document integrity Web services solutions. It provides easy integration to existing and new applications using cross-platform Web services technologies with an option to run in-house or to integrate with Workshare's secure hosted service. In addition, Workshare has improved upon their DeltaView technology to provide up to 10 times faster market-leading speed, accuracy and reliability in comparing document drafts and analyzing and verifying content in Microsoft Word, Rich Text and XML output formats. It also provides solutions for eDiscovery and business intelligence by enabling users to identify changes to documents across their lifecycle and produce document change summary reports to alert on critical information updates that result in better informed business decisions.

Quickly Integrates into Existing Web Applications

Gimmal Group, Inc, the leading IT consulting company and EMC Documentum partner turned to Workshare Compare Service because of the increased demand for document comparison integrations to EMC Documentum Webtop.

"Workshare Compare Service was quickly and easily integrated into Documentum Webtop infrastructure due to its simplicity and the standards based web service architecture," said Mike Alsup, President, Gimmal Group Inc. "Workshare has now given us the capability to integrate with Documentum to provide an audit of document changes leading to highly compliant document applications. Our customers now have a way of always knowing exactly what changes have been made to evolving documents."

DeltaView's proven technology for content comparison is already considered the "gold standard" for document comparison as it is currently used by 85 percent of the Professional Service 250, 50 percent of the Fortune100 and has more than 750,000 users in 65 countries worldwide.

"The Compare Service is the first release of Workshare's document integrity solutions to be available via web services, and this release brings our technology to a new range of users who are accustomed to using the software as a service business model," said Workshare Executive Vice President of Marketing, Ken Rutsky. "Workshare joins the cast of other market leaders, including Microsoft, who are migrating to this important new delivery model. This new platform enables users to improve their productivity and streamline the document review process, while providing the ease of use and low cost of ownership that is part of the web services appeal."

Workshare Compare Service is available immediately with flexible licensing and deployment options at http://www.workshare.com/products

About Workshare

Workshare is the industry leading provider of document integrity software applications for professionals. Its products include Workshare Professional, DeltaView, DeltaView PE, Protect and TRACE! Workshare's customer base spans small to large organizations in every industry segment with more than 55 percent of the Fortune 1000 and 85 percent of the ProServices 250. In total, more than 5,000 companies and over 800,000 professionals in 65 countries use Workshare software. The company has offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Washington, Atlanta, Los Angeles, London, Frankfurt, The Hague, Hong Kong and Sydney. Workshare is the sponsor of http://www.metadatarisk.org/, the definitive source for content security. For more information, visit http://www.workshare.com/.

Contacts: AMER APAC Erin Del Llano Paul Barrett Schwartz Communications Lewis PR +1 (781) 684 0770 +65 6557 2440 [email protected]@lewispr.com In UK: In Central Europe Kenneth McGilvary Svenja Op gen Oorth Hotwire Eloquenza pr +44 (0) 20 7608 4633 +49 89 24 20 38 20 [email protected]@eloquenza.de

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CONTACT: Erin Del Llano of Schwartz Communications, +1-781-684-0770,
[email protected], or Paul Barrett of Lewis PR, +65 6557 2440,
[email protected], both for Workshare; or In UK: Kenneth McGilvary of Hotwire,
+44 (0) 20 7608 4633, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.workshare.com/
http://www.workshare.com/products
http://www.metadatarisk.org/

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