Software promotes information collaboration.

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Brava!(TM) for Documentum Webtop(TM) and Documentum Digital Asset Manager (DAM) allows users to view, markup, and collaborate on various graphic and CAD files without modifying the original. Product handles various file formats including Office documents, CAD engineering drawings, and image files. Software allows Webtop and DAM users to interact with supported content formats seamlessly and share information inside and outside organization.

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Informative Graphics Releases Brava!(TM) For Documentum Webtop(TM) and Digital Asset Manager

PHOENIX, Arizona - March 20, 2003 - Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), a leader in Web-document and collaboration technology, announced today that it has released its Brava for Documentum for both the Documentum Webtop and Documentum Digital Asset Manager to allow companies to view, markup and collaborate on wide variety of graphic and CAD files.

Webtop is Documentum's easy-to-use Web interface that allows users to access the Documentum repository and content management services from within a standard browser application. Digital Asset Manager is an extension of Webtop that provides organizations additional value added capabilities for managing and controlling digital assets - including rich media types such as images, presentations, flash, audio and video. IGC's Brava handles a full spectrum of file formats such as Office documents, CAD engineering drawings and image files. Brava will allow Webtop and DAM users to interact with supported content formats seamlessly.

"Documentum's Digital Asset Management solution allows creative users to easily access graphic information and share it both inside and outside the organization," said Whitney Tidmarsh, Vice President of Product Marketing of Documentum. "Brava enhances this capability by allowing and actually encouraging users to markup the graphic material with comments and suggestions without modifying the original. In fact, users don't even need the original application and can rely on Brava's robust tools for viewing and markup. It's an elegant solution to a complex marketing problem."

"The Webtop, Digital Asset Manager, and Brava combination reflects the strength of our partnership and the opportunities ahead," said Gary Heath, CEO and President at IGC. "Documentum has developed an impressive, easy-to-use Web user/management environment as well as a "World-Class DAM system" designed for marketing organizations. Our latest Brava technology was designed specifically to compliment this type of implementation", he added.

About Documentum

Documentum is the industry's leading enterprise content management provider, automating the production, exchange and personalization of all types of content, making it easier for the Global 2000 to gain competitive advantage by connecting employees, business partners and customers, worldwide. Built on an Internet-scale, XML-enabled and standards-compliant platform, Documentum products manage Web content, power portals, enable collaborative commerce, and solve regulatory content challenges. Over 300 partners across all major industries, including high tech, pharmaceutical, healthcare, consulting services, government, manufacturing, financial services, automotive, retail, and consumer goods, build and implement specialized applications using Documentum's content management infrastructure. For more information, visit Documentum on the Web at .

About Informative Graphics

Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), founded in 1990, is a leading developer of commercial software products for Web publishing, visualization, and collaboration. IGC products are renowned for their cost-saving value, ease-of-use, features and scalability. With its products deployed by hundreds of corporations, OEM partners, and service providers worldwide, IGC is an international company maintaining offices in the United States and Europe, as well as key distribution partners in Japan, Asia and Latin America. The company maintains a Web site at .

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