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docSTAR Earns 'Best Channel Vendor 2013' Award

Value Added Resellers Rate docSTAR in the Top 5% Among ECM Software Vendors

SCHENECTADY, NY --(Marketwire - January 03, 2013) - docSTAR, a leading provider of document management and content productivity solutions, was named 'Best Channel Vendor 2013' in the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software category by Business Solutions magazine.

The honor comes as a result of a survey conducted by the magazine among Value Added Resellers (VARs) in the fall of 2012. More than 50 ECM Software vendors were rated in seven categories with the top 5% earning the status of Best Channel Vendor 2013.

"We are thrilled and proud that our channel partners would take the time to rate docSTAR so highly," said Jeff Frankel, VP and Principal. "We strive to provide an excellent partner program as well as the products and service that our valued channel partners can confidently take to market. This award helps to validate those efforts."

docSTAR scored high marks in all of the surveyed categories including: service, support, product features, reliability, channel program and innovation.

"As an ECM software vendor with one of the oldest and largest channel programs in the industry, we are honored to be rated so highly by our valued channel partners. Our goal is to deliver a great partner experience with every interaction in addition to providing the tools and support they need to be successful. Our recently launched cloud document management product will open a new market opportunity for our reseller community," said Greg Cooke, Vice President of Sales.

About docSTAR
Founded in 1994, docSTAR®, a division of Astria Solutions Group, LLC, is an innovative software company that provides collaborative content management solutions to streamline business processes for organizations of any size. Their leading document management software, available either on-premises or as a hosted SaaS (software as a service), allows enterprises to gain control over documents, improve retention and increase efficiency. docSTAR integrates with almost any third party business application to improve effectiveness with core systems. Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance and the company's customer support organization is consistently recognized for its quality and responsive level of service. Over 6,000 organizations depend on docSTAR from every industry including insurance, financial services, healthcare, real estate/property management, manufacturing, legal, non-profit, education, banking and financial institutions and the public sector. For additional information, please visit www.docstar.com.

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