Ray Zwiefelhofer Joins World Software as Executive Vice President

Ray Zwiefelhofer Joins World Software as Executive Vice President

Ridgewood, NJ, March 25, 2009 – World Software Corporation®, a leading provider of document management systems including Worldox®, announces today that Ray Zwiefelhofer has been named Executive Vice President. Ray will manage day-to-day company operations, and will be based in Ridgewood, NJ. Mr. Zwiefelhofer has held executive positions in legal technology firms for more than twenty years, and is best known for his efforts as CEO of nQueue where he spearheaded change in the software-centric cost recovery market. Ray has also provided leadership at Bowne Business Solutions, Equitrac and Imagineer – a Phoenix-based legal outsourcing and technology company.

Tom Burke, World Software’s Chairman & CEO, states, “We are delighted that Ray has joined our Senior Management Team. His past experience and skill set will be great assets to World Software as we endeavor to create innovative strategies and enter new markets.”

For more information about World Software Corporation and its products, please visitwww.worldox.com or call 800-962-6360.

About Worldox and World Software Corporation

World Software Corporation is an innovative leader in the Document Management Systems (DMS) category. World Software Corporation was founded in 1988 and is based in the New York Metropolitan area. With a 3000+ law firm install base, and installations in 35 countries, World Software’s flagship product Worldox is increasingly becoming the DMS of choice among law firms and legal departments.

Worldox®, Enterprise Document Manager®, World Software Corporation®, Worldox GX® and Worldox/Web Mobile® are registered trademarks of World Software Corporation.

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