Datacap's Cycle Faster Program Raises the Bar in 2008 Fundraiser Joins Scanning and ECM Partners to Support Lance Armstrong Foundation and Horace Mann School

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Datacap, the leading provider of flexible document capture and forms processing software solutions, today announced plans to kick off its fourth annual Cycle Faster program on March 3 with a fundraising goal of $100,000 for the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF).

Datacap, the leading provider of flexible document capture and forms processing software solutions, today announced plans to kick off its fourth annual Cycle Faster program on March 3 with a fundraising goal of $100,000 for the Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF).

In 2008, Cycle Faster will support both LAF and the Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing with funds raised from Cycle Faster sponsors, including Fujitsu, Content Analyst, Canon, Kodak, Panasonic, Bowe Bell + Howell, Captaris, EMC Captiva, Snowbound, AIIM, DocuWare, Parascript, Visioneer, Vignette, and ABBYY. Sponsored riders will compete in the Datacap booth at AIIM (2539) for the right to have donations made in their company's name.

A new component to Cycle Faster has been introduced for 2008: a widespread pledge campaign asking members of the Scanning and ECM community to "Give a little to make a big difference."

In its first three years, Cycle Faster raised $48,000 for LAF, Boston's Horace Mann School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and the Tyler Hamilton Foundation.

"Our industry has proven that it has heart," said Scott Blau, Datacap CEO. "This year, we want to significantly increase our commitment to the Lance Armstrong Foundation. LAF does an excellent job supporting local programs all over the country that really make a difference in people's lives - for both cancer survivors and their families. We believe that the ECM industry can easily hit the $100,000 goal - all in small, individual donations."

March 3 Benefit Reception to Mix Laughter and Good Causes
Cycle Faster 2008 will kick off on March 3, 2008 at AIIM with a special Benefit Reception at Boston's Omni Parker House Hotel (60 School Street), 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sponsors, beneficiaries, journalists and others interested in Cycle Faster are invited.

During the reception, Datacap will recognize 2007 Cycle Faster Time Trial winners; representatives of LAF and the Horace Mann School will discuss their programs; and rising film and television star Victor Varnado (as seen on HBO, Comedy Central, and Late Night With Conan O'Brien) will finish the evening with a comedy set.

Complimentary press passes for the reception are available. Tickets can be purchased for a $50 donation to Cycle Faster. For reservations, e-mail marketing@datacap.com.

Visit http://cyclefaster.datacap.com to learn more about Cycle Faster, see videos, slides and pictures of past Cycle Faster events, and make a donation to LAF. The organization that raises the most for LAF will receive a custom Cycle Faster jersey signed by Lance Armstrong himself - suitable for framing or for wearing.

About Datacap: Since 1988, Datacap Inc. has provided leading document capture and forms processing software solutions to organizations worldwide. Award winning Datacap Taskmaster software efficiently transforms paper into information, increasing efficiency and data accuracy while reducing costs and document cycle time. A client/server, rules-based capture workflow platform, Taskmaster provides highly flexible solutions for both document indexing and data entry automation. Taskmaster enables scanning and indexing from a browser and integrates with all leading document management solutions, databases and ERP systems. Taskmaster Web Service provides an SOA compatible capture solution. http://www.datacap.com/

About Lance Armstrong Foundation: The Lance Armstrong Foundation (LAF) inspires and empowers people affected by cancer. We help people with cancer focus on living; we believe that unity is strength, knowledge is power and attitude is everything. From the moment of diagnosis, the LAF provides the practical information and tools people with cancer need to live life on their own terms. The LAF serves its mission through advocacy, public health and research. Founded in 1997 by cancer survivor and champion cyclist Lance Armstrong, the LAF is located in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit http://www.livestrong.org

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