E-Signature Leader Silanis Exhibiting at IBM Information on Demand 2007

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IBM Information on Demand is the premier information management event. As the leading provider of electronic signatures and a longtime IBM partner, Silanis is pleased to exhibit at this year's edition in Las Vegas, NV.

Leading e-signature provider Silanis Technology is hosting Booth 505 at this year's IBM Information on Demand conference, from October 14 - 19, 2007, at Mandalay Bay Resort, Las Vegas.

IBM Information on Demand 2007 is the premier information management event for business and IT executives, managers, professionals, database administrators, developers and IBM business partners.

Silanis is pleased to present its award-winning desktop electronic signature solution and leading Web-based e-signing solutions, as well as its e-vaulting solution, all of which support IBM's solutions to enable straight-through processing.

Silanis executives will be on hand to provide live demonstrations of its e-signature and e-vaulting solutions and its key role in IBM Global Financial Solutions' Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Foundation for the banking sector. Booth 505 is located near the Advanced Technology Area, which provides a preview of upcoming information management technology.

Attendees will be able to attend more than 500 technical skill-building sessions and 120 business leadership sessions - more than any other event - experience IBM information management technologies, and hear how more than 200 customer speakers have implemented, and are benefiting from, an IBM Information On Demand solution.

To register, visit the following link:
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/conf/registration.html

With 'Advanced Industry-Optimized' status in IBM's government network and 'Advanced' status in IBM's PartnerWorld Industry Networks for the financial, banking and insurance markets, Silanis has been a proud IBM partner for many years.

Silanis also recently joined the IBM ECM ValueNet Business Partner Program, which will allow both Silanis and IBM customers to combine ApproveIt®, the leading electronic signature solution, with IBM's Enterprise Content Management solutions.

Most notably, IBM's work with Silanis includes automating the US Army forms-based processes. Silanis' desktop and server-based electronic signature solutions are the de facto standard for the US Army and its 1.4 million personnel, who use it to approve every form and numerous document formats across the enterprise, for applications ranging from recruiting to ammunition management.

According to a US Army audit, the combination of IBM and Silanis solutions, once fully deployed, will allow the Army to save some $1.3 billion annually.

About Silanis
Founded in 1992, Silanis Technology Inc. is the largest and most experienced provider of electronic signature solutions. More than 1,400 government and commercial organizations, representing two million users, depend on Silanis' solutions to accelerate operations, improve service and reduce costs.

The company's solutions not only eliminate the inefficiencies of paper, they provide reliable and auditable business records needed to demonstrate compliance with applicable laws, standards, regulations and policies.

IBM Information On Demand 2007
The IBM Information On Demand 2007 Conference incorporates seven previous information management conferences, including IBM DB2 ® Technical Conference, IMS™ Technical Conference, Content Management Technical Conference, Business Intelligence Customer Solution Summit, Master Data Management Conference, Information Integration Live and Americas UserNet Conference.

Information On Demand is about getting the right information to the right people and processes at the right time to act on emerging opportunities and competitive threats. It is about creating business value and reducing risk by integrating, analyzing and optimizing all types and sources of information throughout its lifecycle.

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