The international open standards consortium, OASIS, welcomes ISIS Papyrus, a provider of process and content management software solutions, as its newest Foundational Sponsor. ISIS Papyrus joins IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and Primeton in supporting the mission of OASIS at the highest level.

"ISIS Papyrus is demonstrating its leadership and commitment to advancing open standards. Their support makes it possible for OASIS to promote interoperability, lower cost and more freedom of choice for users," said Laurent Liscia, executive director of OASIS. "As a not-for-profit consortium, OASIS relies on Foundational Sponsors like ISIS Papyrus to ensure that all those affected by standards have a voice in their development. We applaud ISIS Papyrus for its role in making this possible."

ISIS Papyrus will apply its expertise in content management and adaptive process technologies with participation in several OASIS standards initiatives, including the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Technical Committee and the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) Technical Committee, with others to be determined.

"Over the years, we have repeatedly experienced the necessity for open standards when installing the Papyrus Platform as the umbrella user front end for financial institutions that need to backend-connect a number of silo applications," said Max J. Pucher, chief architect at ISIS Papyrus. "We look forward to advancing open standards related to content and process management as well as security and chose to work with OASIS as the leading standards organization in these areas."

About ISIS Papyrus
Founded in 1988, ISIS Papyrus supports 2,000 corporate and government customers in more than 50 countries with integrated enterprise software for process and content management focused on improving customer relationships. Based on a proven application platform for consolidating ECM, BPM and CRM, the Papyrus architecture acts as the front-end for the business user to auto-discover processes and case work, enable business rules, and manage and optimize personalized correspondence. For more information, visit

OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) is a not-for-profit, international consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of open standards for the global information society. OASIS promotes industry consensus and produces worldwide standards for the Smart Grid, security, Web services, XML conformance, business transactions, electronic publishing, and other applications. For more information, visit

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