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TMCNet:  Mach 1 Development, Inc. Announces General Availability release of DocuTRACER(TM) v2.5

[February 05, 2013]

Mach 1 Development, Inc. Announces General Availability release of DocuTRACER(TM) v2.5

LEESBURG, Va., Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Mach 1 Development, Inc. ("Mach 1") announced today the General Availability of DocuTRACER(TM) v2.5, a policy-driven solution that enables organizations to tag, track, and trace the real-time creation, security classification, movement, genealogy and chain-of-custody of digital documents. DocuTRACER(TM) is designed to seamlessly and transparently work with common file types and Microsoft® applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, as well as PDF.

"This release highlights the progress Mach 1 has made in developing a solution that enables companies and government entities to better exploit the value of their documents and to reduce the threat of insider digital intellectual property theft," Mach 1 CEO Paul Greene stated.

DocuTRACER(TM)'s patent-pending DocuPRINT(TM) capability embeds a digital fingerprint into a document when it is initially created and each time it moves or is modified. The software explicitly defines the identity of all versions of a document, and records its associated location, movement, and chain-of-custody. DocuTRACER(TM) provides real-time analysis and reporting of user access, modification, and distribution of Windows® documents, and, based on pre-set policies, alerts managers to suspicious or unauthorized mission critical document movement, location, or use. In addition, DocuTRACER(TM) provides look-back, real-time, and look-forward analytics through collation, correlation, analysis, and projection of document movement, velocity, user actions, timeframes, and outcomes.

About Mach 1 Development, Inc.

Serving global commercial, military, and government markets since 2007, Mach 1 Development, Inc. is a veteran owned small business with deep expertise, skills, and experience in identity, security, communications, hardware, and materials. Mach 1 has designed and built a robust portfolio of intellectual property assets that it utilizes to develop off-the-shelf and custom solutions. Mach 1 has an extensive global network of technology alliances, as well as distribution and delivery partners, which enables it to provide solutions that meet the most challenging information, communication, and security needs of its customers. Mach 1 has offices in Austin, TX and Ashburn, VA.

For more information, please contact Coleman Washington, Mach 1 Vice President of Operations, at 512-426-4543 or Additional information about Mach 1 can also be found at

SOURCE Mach 1 Development, Inc. NewsItemId=PH53609&Transmission_Id=201302050830PR_NEWS_USPR_____PH53609&DateId=20130205

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