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ENGLEWOOD, CO—Cenveo, the company formerly known as Mail-Well, has augmented its West Coast capabilities with the acquisition of San Francisco-based Waller Press. The addition of Waller Press complements fellow Golden Gate company Cenveo Anderson Lithograph. "The San Francisco Bay area is one of the largest markets for advertising and graphic arts," notes Paul Reilly, chairman, president and CEO of Cenveo. "The Waller acquisition will allow Cenveo to provide both the local and nationwide markets with a unique set of services from the company's web and perfector presses, as well as from its large in-house bindery." The deal marks the second major acquisition for Cenveo this summer.

BY MARIE RANOIA ALONSO Seybold San Francisco may not have the same prepress hardware punch as its East Coast counterpart, but digital file delivery, digital content manipulation, color management and Internet design tools are enough to get the industry pointed in a Golden Gate direction. What to expect? Count on the show emphasizing content manipulation and color management—from creation through output. Be ready to see a variety of software tools to handle everything from creation of files to data storage, archival and retrieval—not to mention unique enhancements to the movement of repurposing digital content for the World Wide Web. Get ready for a hearty serving of alphabet soup—as

SAN FRANCISCO—Seybold San Francisco was just what the industry expected: A hearty serving of alphabet soup with discussions on PDF, XML and ICC proliferating the conference halls as well as the trade show floor. Seybold also delivered new launches of color management and digital asset manipulation software, digital file delivery alternatives and Internet design tools, and—what else?—an entertaining keynote from Apple's very own Steve Jobs, jeans and all. Technological wizardry from Adobe Systems, Apple Computer, Bitstream, Creo, Epson, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Markzware, Microsoft, Quark (yes, Quark; just Quark, not Adobe's new parent), Pantone, Silicon Graphics, WAM!NET, Xerox, X-Rite and more cast the spotlight

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