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“Providing XML for Your Website” To Be Presented Wednesday, December 6, 11 A.M.

FRESH MEADOWS, NY—DECEMBER 4, 2000—Mark Gross, president of Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) and a noted industry expert on converting and repurposing data, will give a presentation on “Providing XML for Your Web Site,” at the XML 2000 Conference, to be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, 2660 Woodley Road, N.W., in Washington, D.C. The talk will be given Wednesday, December 6th  at 11 a.m.. XML 2000, will run from December 4-7 and is sponsored by the Graphic Communications Association (GCA).

Mr. Gross will discuss the key role XML plays in modern day information dissemination and how to convert to XML for projects with data derived from sources not currently in XML or in the right version of XML.

“Many sectors are shifting to electronic distribution in lieu of print—and print will be totally replaced in a number of categories within the next 10 years. XML will be a critical component. There is also a need to replace the existing infrastructure to meet the needs of faster, more widespread information distribution. This presentation will help illustrate what’s needed to facilitate both,” Mr. Gross noted.

XML 2000 is widely considered the most comprehensive XML exposition to date. Thousands of attendees from government, industry, publishing and related industries are expected to participate. Over 150 experts, six keynote speakers and 90 exhibitors—including Data Conversion Laboratory—will highlight the show. For further information on XML 2000, please contact the Graphic Communications Association at 703-519-8160.

Data Conversion Laboratory is the leader in implementing complex data conversion solutions for government and military agencies, including the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and the Library of Congress, and integrators such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Mantech and United Defense. It also serves such publishing giants as McGraw-Hill, Wiley, Harcourt, Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott and Reed Elsevier. Other customers include: Lucent Technologies, McDonnell Douglas, Gulfstream Aerospace, United Technologies, John Deere, the New York Public Library and New York University.

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