DocSoft, an Oklahoma Based Technology Company, Plans to Leap Frog Search Giant Google With Its New Enterprise Search Technology

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Oklahoma City-based DocSoft has developed the world’s first ‘context’ enterprise search technology, called “Element.” Element not only does full text searches of repository data similar to Google’s appliances, but it surpasses the giant’s capability by performing context searches of XML, which returns more “relevant” search results.

Smart searching with Element creates efficiency. Time is money and we’re happy to help.

DocSoft’s new enterprise search technology, called “Element” unleashes the power of structured data within a company’s repository. With Element as a plug-n-play addition to a company’s network, users will be able to search for stored data across the network “smarter,” thus more efficiently. Element indexes XML-originated documents according to each tag or ‘element,’ which provides what the company calls “context searching.” Element can even search metadata embedded into virtually any file format using Adobe’s eXtensible Metadata Platform (XMP).

DocSoft has had Element in the works for the past 23 months and recently announced the release of the software version at Xplor 2006 in Miami, Florida. The Element appliances are scheduled for availability in the 2nd quarter of 2006.

DocSoft’s Director of Business Development, Gary Reasons, anticipates a wide acceptance of Element in the marketplace. “By using Element, companies will bring their stored data to life.” Reasons, a former NY Giant linebacker adds, “Smart searching with Element creates efficiency. Time is money and we’re happy to help.”

The technical side of Element allows the appliance to index 26 different file formats. These formats include XML, HTML, PDF, SVG, CGM, Microsoft Office products, some common audio and video files, and any file in which XMP can be used to embed metadata. The appliance’s intuitive interface allows users to select predetermined “schemas” or data categories to perform context searches of XML documents. The results returned can be fewer but more relevant to what the user is looking for, which saves time and increase productivity.

For those wanting to take Element for a test-drive, visit DocSoft’s catchy Web site, http://www.WhatTheXML.com, for information and to download a free, fully-functional software version that will index up to 5,000 documents.

About DocSoft:

DocSoft Inc. based in Oklahoma City is an XML industry leader. The company has been servicing the XML industry by providing customized products and services since 1999. DocSoft also offers a complete suite of XML products that assist companies as they move toward their organization towards a structured architecture.

For more information, please contact:

Gary Reasons

Director of Business Development

DocSoft Inc.

405-236-2466

877-430-3502

info@docsoft.com

http://www.whatthexml.com
http://www.docsoft.com

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