SKYCOM Signs License Agreement with Pagemark Technology for High Performance XPS Rendering Solution : Agreement Extends Pagemark's Leadership in XPS Document Management and Print Security Applications

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Pagemark Technology, Inc., an industry leading expert in XML Paper Specification rendering technology, today announced that SKYCOM, a Japanese developer and supplier of Internet, security and document management-related software, has selected Pagemark’s XPS Rendering SDK and XPS Viewer to be integrated into SKYCOM’s document management and print security products enabling support for the increasingly popular XPS format.

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The XPS format is an open platform, built upon standard technologies like XML and ZIP. It is easy for applications and automated processes to generate XPS documents; and as a result, the number of solutions utilizing XPS will grow. SKYCOM has demonstrated its leadership in the area of electronic documents and security. We look forward to working with SKYCOM in the future.

Pagemark's multi-platform XPS rendering conversion SDK and viewer provides enterprise software developers with the ability to build XPS rendering solutions within a wide range of applications and operating systems.

"I'm very satisfied with the XPS rendering solution provided by Pagemark Technology, Inc.," said Shoji Aratake, CEO and president of SKYCOM. "The XML Paper Specification format will play an important role in the future of document management and print security systems. Pagemark has always been an early visionary and leader in the area of XPS rendering and viewing."

"We expect more and more XPS documents to make their way into document management and print security solutions," said RanDair Porter, CEO of Pagemark Technology. "The XPS format is an open platform, built upon standard technologies like XML and ZIP. It is easy for applications and automated processes to generate XPS documents; and as a result, the number of solutions utilizing XPS will grow. SKYCOM has demonstrated its leadership in the area of electronic documents and security. We look forward to working with SKYCOM in the future."

Established in 2006, Pagemark Technology, Inc. brings to market core XPS technologies which enable device manufactures, and enterprise document solution providers to quickly support the growing demand for printing, displaying, and managing XPS documents.

About SKYCOM

SKYCOM Corporation (Headquarters: Taito-ku, Tokyo, Founded: June 1997) is an Internet, security, document management related software developer and supplier. SKYCOM began selling its SkyPDF series of packaged/licensed software in 2004 and currently has sold over 2 million copies as of July 2008. One of SKYCOM's largest overseas installations (and for that matter one of the largest for any Japanese software firm for a non-Japan location) is that of DATEV (a German accounting and data processing association), in which SKYCOM has installed 650,000 licenses ever since.

SKYCOM's major shareholders are Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd., TKC Corporation and Net One Systems Co., Ltd. SKYCOM has an R&D center in Miyazaki (started in 2006).

About Pagemark Technology, Inc.

Pagemark Technology, Inc. is a Redmond, Washington-based leading supplier of software technologies used to convert XML Paper Specification (XPS) documents into various output formats. Pagemark's solutions are designed for enterprise document workflow applications, Vista printer drivers, embedded applications, page descriptions languages, print prepress, document delivery, non-windows print/view solutions, and custom secure viewers. Pagemark works with OEM device manufacturers and enterprise companies across the globe to guide them towards delivering successful products and solutions. Companies that are interested in Pagemark Technology's XPS rendering solution or would like more information on Pagemark Technology should visit http://www.pagemarktechnology.com or call (425) 444-3735.

Pagemark Technology, and Pagemark Technology logo are trademarks of Pagemark Technology Inc. All other product names or company trade names referenced may be the property of their respective owners.

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