(February 2, 2011 – New York, NY) - DocuXplorer, a leading provider of document management solutions software to small and medium sized businesses across the world, announced today that it has hired Rachel Lurie, MLS, to head the taxonomy division of its Consulting Services unit.  “This newly-created strategic position will allow us to now provide our clients with customized taxonomy training to ensure the document management software we provide them is helping them achieve their organizations’ objectives,” stated Mr. Wyman, a spokesperson for DocuXplorer.

Taxonomy is a practice in which objects are arranged and classified to provide order; something that is now utilized within document management solutions to streamline an organization’s workflow. The term ‘taxonomy’ comes from the Greek, and it literally means ‘arrangement method.’  The taxonomy division of DocuXplorer’s Consulting Services unit was established in January of 2011 in response to overwhelming client demand for help in designing the most effective organization of DocuXplorer’s cabinet structure.

As head of the division, Lurie will have responsibility for designing client-specific training modules for DocuXplorer clients to optimize their document management strategy. She holds a Master of Library Science degree from Rutgers University (an ALA-accredited graduate program); the Advanced Certificate in Information and Library Science (covering electronic records management, metadata/taxonomy creation, customer usability, and thesaurus design) from Pratt Institute; and a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Stern College.  Rachel is also a member of AIIM International, an ERM (Electronic Records Management) Practitioner and has completed the Advanced KM Essentials program at the International Knowledge Management Institute.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rachel to our growing employee base as we continue to explore new and innovative solutions to help our clients grow,” added Wyman. “This valuable new addition to our organization is evidence of our year-over-year growth and our ability to proactively address our clients’ unique needs.”

Since 1995, DocuXplorer has provided thousands of its users with an end-to-end document management solution, including award-winning document management software, Consulting Services, Taxonomy Training and secure online backup of its client data. For more information, visit www.docuxplorer.com.

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