Leading XML Vendors to Showcase at XML Europe 2004

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    Leading XML Vendors to Showcase Technologies, Solutions at XML Europe 2004

    Pre-registration deadline 9 April


    Alexandria, Va. - XML Europe 2004, the premier European forum for the XML
    community, is drawing participation from some of the industry's key XML vendors
    including Adobe Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBE), Advent3B2, Inc., Antenna House,
    Inc., CarpeVerba, Design Science, Ektron Inc., Exegenix, and Innodata Isogen,
    Inc. (NASDAQ: INOD).

    XML Europe 2004 is slated for 18-21 April, at the Amsterdam RAI Centre,
    Amsterdam, Netherlands. The annual event is sponsored by IDEAlliance, a leading
    industry association dedicated to fostering XML and other information
    technology standards.

    In addition to exhibiting on the trade show floor, participating companies are
    delivering technical presentations throughout the event's conference programme.
    Exhibiting vendor and XML Europe 2004 co-sponsor Adobe Systems, Inc., will
    deliver two presentations: "One Stop Document Creation," Mon., 19 April, 11
    a.m.; and "ebXML Technical Architecture," Mon., 19 April, 14 p.m.

    "Adobe believes that XML and ebXML will continue to shape business
    documentation and transactions for years to come," says Charles R. Myers,
    technology strategist, Adobe. "This conference provides an important forum for
    businesses of all types to learn how to leverage these technologies."

    Exhibiting vendor, Innodata Isogen, Inc. (booth #218), a leading provider of
    content supply chain solutions, will give a presentation titled "XML to Word: A
    Standards-Based Open-Source Approach for Publishing XML to Microsoft Word," on
    Mon., 19 April, 14 p.m.; and a second presentation titled "Modular Information:
    Using XInclude to Support Content Re-Use for Authoring and Production," on
    Tues., 20 April, 14 p.m.

    "The focus of XML Europe 2004, "Documenting the Future," is extremely timely,
    given the current industry focus on XML-based content management and
    publishing," says Joshua Reynolds, senior consultant, Innodata Isogen. "Our
    presentations will highlight real-world solutions to everyday business

    XML Europe 2004 will be co-located with Seybold Seminars Amsterdam 2004. In
    addition to the two conference programmes, the events will share a pavilion.
    The Pavilion floor will feature vendors from Europe, North America, and Asia.
    More than 50 providers of software, systems and solutions are slated to
    showcase their latest innovations this April. Last year's event had more than
    650 attendees and this year's event promises to draw an even greater crowd. For
    more information on the Seybold event, visit www.Seybold365.com/ams2004.

    For the full XML Europe 2004 programme, visit

    Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available. Contact Kurt Federow,
    , 617.497.0931 for more information.

    For general information and to register to attend XML 2003, visit
    http://www.xmleurope.com/2004/registration.asp or call +1-703-837-1070.

    About IDEAlliance

    IDEAlliance (International Digital Enterprise Alliance) is a not-for-profit
    membership organization. Its mission is to advance user-driven, cross-industry
    solutions for all publishing and content-related processes by developing
    standards, fostering business alliances, and identifying best practices.
    IDEAlliance has been a leader in information technology since 1966 (founded as
    Graphic Communications Association) having fostered the development and
    adoption of standards such as ADIS, GRACoL, ICE, JIFFI, Mail.dat, papiNet,
    PRISM, PROSE XML, SPACE XML, SGML, and XML. Learn more about IDEAlliance at

    # #

    Marion L. Elledge

    IDEAlliance (celebrating 20 years of markup)

    Telephone: (251) 432-3766


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    MarionEll, Apr 7, 2004
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