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SAN JOSE, CA—August 16, 2007—The Color Management Group, headquartered in San Jose, CA, will be among the top organizations demonstrating color management, digital proofing, prepress workflow and G7 related solutions for the graphic communications, prepress, commercial and package printing markets at the upcoming GRAPH EXPO, September 9-12, 2007, at McCormick Place South in Chicago, IL. This event is the largest and most comprehensive exhibition and conference of its kind in the Americas – with over 600 firms exhibiting. “We’re thrilled to be participating in this top-ranked show with our 20x30 booth. No place is more important for gathering information on the newest techniques and technologies

PostScript Update Times Two SAN JOSE, CA—For the first time, Adobe Systems is delivering its latest version of PostScript software in two editions—Host and Embedded. The latter has the potential to increase the pool of PostScript devices and users. Both implementations of PostScript 3 version 3017 feature support of PDF 1.6 and are now available to OEMs. Adobe PostScript 3 Embedded Edition is a streamlined version of the product targeted to printing of Microsoft Office documents on desktop/workgroup printers and MFP devices. It has a smaller footprint in terms of memory space (10MB) and processing demands, but sacrifices some high-end functionality, such as support for very

BY MARK SMITH At first glance, Image Corporation, of San Jose, CA, might seem to offer an usual mix of services. The company currently has triangulated in on its market by offering prepress, trade show/exhibit and printing (digital and conventional offset) services. This range of services grew organically out its core competencies, reveals owner Don Watson. "I've found that color scanning, color management, prepress and file/project management skills—the core competencies of our organization—naturally extend to a variety of different output devices and products lines," Watson explains. As the company has expanded, it has continued to focus primarily on serving the corporate market in

MONTREAL—The first stage of "restructuring," as Quebecor integrates its operations with the former World Color operation, is complete. But the process is far from over, and it will cost Quebecor more than the company first projected. Quebecor officials say prepress operations in Denver and Orlando, and World Color plants in Lake Mary, FL, and Orlando, have already been consolidated, while the redeployment of equipment from its San Jose, CA, plant is currently under way. Officials say that other so far unspecified facilities have been identified for integration over the next 18 months. "The synergies between the Quebecor Printing and World Color operations are significantly better than

LOS ANGELES—Federal prosecutors have charged two men with making about $370,000 in illicit stock gains by posting false stories on Internet bulletin boards about a Dallas-based printing services company. The bogus stories, posted over a two-day period in November, pushed the price of NEI Webworld from 13 cents to more than $15 per share, prosecutors contend. The posts said NEI was about to be purchased by a San Jose, CA-based, privately held company, LGC Wireless. NEI Webworld filed for bankruptcy protection in 1998 and is in Chapter 7 liquidation. It reported revenues of $4.162 million for the three months ending in June 1999, which

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