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Informative Graphics Corporation, a Leader in Redaction Software and Document Viewing, Retains TransMedia Group

PHOENIX, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The leader in redaction software and one of the country's leaders in annotation and document viewing software, Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), announced today that that it has retained TransMedia Group to promote its two fastest growing products, Redact-It(R) and Brava!(R), to the mainstream media. (www.infograph.com)

In 2008, Informative Graphics Corporation experienced 50% growth as demand for its secure viewing and collaboration products accelerated worldwide. More than 4000 customers in healthcare, insurance, government, financial services and other verticals currently use Informative Graphics' technology for workflow efficiency, information security and compliance.

"Informative Graphics is leading the next major technology wave due to the rise of eDiscovery, President Obama and the public's demands for transparency in government and business, and the need for improved identity theft protection," said Glen Calder, President of TransMedia Group. "The legal marketplace is just beginning to discover Redact-It(R), the electronic redaction software which can automatically remove sensitive content through user-defined and policy-based controls. Just wait until we introduce Redact-It(R) to such sectors such as healthcare and government."

The alternative to electronic redaction is manual redaction, which consists of a black marker, lots of copies and wasted time. "Until recent years, redaction has remained one of the last bastions of work that has largely resisted digital automation because early electronic adopters made costly and embarrassing errors," said Christine Musil, Vice President of Communication for Informative Graphics. "While we hired TransMedia Group to keep us in the news, our clients use Redact-It(R) to stay out of the news."

Informative Graphics Corporation founded in 1990, is a leading developer of commercial software products for content visualization, secure publishing and collaboration. IGC products are renowned for their cost-saving value, ease-of-use, features and scalability. Its Brava!(R) technology is the leading multi-format viewer for secure content delivery, enterprise content management, project management and portal solutions. IGC maintains offices in the United States and has key distribution and OEM partners worldwide. www.infograph.com.

About TransMedia Group

TransMedia Group, headquartered in Boca Raton, FL, is an award-winning PR and marketing firm that has served clients worldwide since 1981. For more information visit www.transmediagroup.com

    Contact:  Glen Calder
              (561) 750-9800 x216
              gcalder@transmediagroup.com

SOURCE TransMedia Group

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