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Word Processing

The use of a computer program to write, edit and format content. One writes the content and may either print it or save it in an electronic format. Word processing developed in the 1960s and was popularized in the 1970s and 1980s. Word processing was one of the first business uses for the personal computer.
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Developing an intelligent best-site strategy for optimal deployment of an organization's document processing services can help deliver key benefits in three areas: improved operational efficiency, better expense management, and enhanced process management.
Love added that Pitney Bowes Government DPS draws on the company's extensive experience in document processing, data capture and records management, and noted that, "with the current Greening of Government initiative, Government DPS can reduce the amount of paper and storage space needed for files, reducing the government's carbon footprint.
The company's worldwide document processing work force declined by 500 to 85,800 in the second quarter.
Document processing primary earnings per share, excluding the one-time tax benefit, grew 54 percent to $1.
The company also designs and manufactures document processing equipment for OEM customers and provides network support services for LANs and personal computers.
Regarding color document processing, Allaire said that businesses are increasingly using "intelligent color" -- color that adds impact and value to documents.
The worldwide document processing work force declined by 4,200 in the first quarter, reflecting both attrition and the company's restructuring program.
The document processing business income in the full year, before the special charges, was $620 million, or $5.
Under a licensing agreement with Document Processing Systems, Inc.
The total value of the SG2 document processing system is approximately $1.
TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION Document Processing & Telecommunication System Company (from hereafter TOSHIBA TEC), a document processing and telecommunications systems provider, and Servigistics, Inc.
Income from the Xerox document processing business in the third quarter was $148 million compared with $119 million a year ago, and in the first nine months income was $384 million against $346 million.

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