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Printlife and Indigo Announce Strategic Cooperation Agreement

Monday, February 26, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Stoneham, Mass. and Maastricht, The Netherlands – February 8, 2001 – Printlife, a provider of innovative services that enable consumers to display and share digital images with innovative printed products, and Indigo N.V. (NASDAQ: INDG), the leader in digital color printing systems, today announced they have entered into a strategic cooperation agreement to expand the marketplace for digitally printed photo products. Printlife’s first product, The Printlife PhotoBook™ is printed using Indigo printers and will be showcased by Printlife at the Indigo booth (#841) at PMA 2001,the Photo Marketing Association’s Annual Convention and Trade Show, in Orlando, Florida, on February 11-14. Printlife is the developer and manufacturer of the Printlife PhotoBook™ – a new solution for displaying the digital images that tell life’s stories. Using Printlife’s patented PhotoBook Publisher™ software, users can create bound, hardcover picture books with customized page layouts, selected backgrounds and personal captions. “All of Printlife’s printing facilities – both in Japan and in the United States - are equipped with state-of-the-art, high-definition Indigo digital color printers - capable of producing thousands of Printlife PhotoBooks™ daily,” said Meg Weston, President and CEO of Printlife. “The printing technology of Indigo printers ensures our products surpass the industry standard and are of the highest quality. We use Indigo digital printers exclusively in our operations, and our customers have been extremely pleased with the quality. Our strategic collaboration with Indigo will enable us to offer our customers an even wider variety of innovative products in the future.”




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