Watch this space aswe will be launching a very exciting initiative shortly, and we anticipate ahuge uptake on our offering." To read Complinets 2009 Cost of Compliance survey in full, go to ComplinetComplinet is the leading provider of connected risk and compliance solutions tothe global financial services industry. Complinet's cost-effective range of services includes: a 'complete' news and analysis service that delivers insight andinterpretation of regulatory risks and developments; a portfolio of compliance e-learning courses and solutions designed to helpminimize exposure to risk by providing the ability to track efficiently andconnect live external events, such as regulatory or sanction changes, withinternal policy management; an extensive screening portfolio offering a connected approach by linking duediligence, AML and anti-fraud activities into a unified risk-based platform.Complinet was founded in 1997 and employs more than 200 people in its offices inNew York, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore and Dubai. AmericaNikole TenbrinkTel: orUKMichelle McCannTel: 44(0)Copyright Business Wire 2009. IRVINE, Calif.(Business Wire)Kofax plc (LSE: KFX), the leading provider of Intelligent Capture & Exchangesolutions, today announced that Kofax Capture 8.0, the worlds leadinginformation capture software, has been recognized on KMWorlds list of"Trend-Setting Products". This prestigious list features products thatspecialize in the knowledge management industry and have exhibited superiorusability, flexibility and adoption rate, and offer a strong contribution to themarket through their solution. Kofax Capture automates business processes by capturing paper and electronicdocuments and forms in a digital format; transforming content into accuratedata; and delivering the resulting information to an organization's businessapplications and repositories.
Released and re-branded in March 2008, KofaxCapture 8.0 features additional capabilities vital to business-criticalapplications in enterprise environments. These include a "disaster recovery"function, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) monitoring, heightenedsecurity options and tight integration with IBM DB2 and Oracle databases. "We are honored that KMWorld has included Kofax Capture 8.0 as a trend-settingproduct," said Andrew Pery, Chief Marketing Officer at Kofax. We look forward to continuing as theindustrys global capture market leader and trend-setter." Along with recognition in the Trend-Setting Products list, Kofax was also namedto KMWorlds "100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management". The awardrecognizes companies that demonstrate a commitment to innovation and enhance theknowledge management industry.
About KMWorldThe leading information provider serving the Knowledge, Document and ContentManagement systems market, KMWorld informs more than 56,000 subscribers aboutthe components and processes-and subsequent success stories-that together offersolutions for improving business performance. About KofaxKofax plc (LSE: KFX) is the leading provider of Intelligent Capture & Exchangesolutions. For more than 20 years, Kofax has provided award-winning solutionsthat automate document-driven business processes by managing the transformationand exchange of business-critical information arising in paper, fax andelectronic formats in a more accurate, timely and cost-effective manner. Thesesolutions provide a verifiable return on investment to thousands of customers infinancial services, manufacturing, retail, government, healthcare, businessprocess outsourcing and other markets.
For more information, visit "Kofax" is a registered trademark in the US, the EU and other countries. Allother trademarks and registered trademarks belong to their respective owners Kofax plcInvestor Contact:Stefan Gaiser, Chief Financial Officer44 (0) 800 6520 orMedia Contact:Michael Troncale, Director, Corporate Communications1 949-727-1733, Copyright Business Wire 2009. As many people at the beginning of the 2009 season predicted, the New York Yankees have returned to glory to win their 27th World Series.But this one shouldn't count.As with Barry Bonds, who used steroids throughout much of the 2000's, the Yankees have also used an unfair advantage that 29 other major league clubs aren't able to use.Money. $210 billion to be exact.In my opinion, the Yankees would not have won this title had there been a salary cap in baseball.During their World Championship teams in the late 1990s, the core of the Yankees team were all homegrown players: Jorge Posada, Bernie Williams, Derek Jeter, Orlando Hernandez, Mariano Rivera, and Andy Pettitte.Although there were some major free agent acquisitions (Tino Martinez, Roger Clemens, Scott Brosius) and trades (Paul O'Neill and Chuck Knoblauch) the team revolved around the homegrown talent.Today is the complete opposite.Since free agency began in 1969, the Yankees have always been in the talks for every player on the market. Matsui hit 50 homeruns in 2002 before signing with the Yankees. Matsui was the MVP of the World Series.1B Mark Teixeria was one of three highly-coveted free agents during the 2008 offseason. The Yankees signed him to an eight-year $180M contract.SP CC Sabathia was one of three highly-coveted free agents during the 2008 offseason.