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Imaging Technologies to Deliver ColorBlind Software Through Xerox in Europe

Thursday, October 10, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Distributec Enters Into XACT Partner Marketing Program SAN DIEGO, Oct. 9 Imaging Technologies Corporation, announced today that its European distributor, Distributec, Ltd., has joined the Xerox XACT Partner Marketing Program as the exclusive supplier of ITEC's ColorBlind suite of applications. As a result, Xerox will now be able to offer high-level consultancy services on color management and profiling, advising Xerox customers on larger and more complex color projects. The XACT ("Xerox Advantage Through Certified Third Parties") partnership is a Xerox marketing program with over 30 participating companies. Distributec sales staff and analysts can draw on expanded technical resources to provide state-of-the-art solutions to its customers. "We have recently expanded the portfolio of color profiling and matching products that Xerox can offer to its customers," said David Baldero, XACT Partner Manager and PSG Solutions Product Manager for Xerox. "The addition of the ColorBlind suite represents a major advance in our capabilities," he continued. "Working with Distributec, we are now in a position to provide high level consultancy and help customers greatly improve the accuracy of color reproduction," he added. "We are delighted to have this opportunity of working with such a well- known industry name as Xerox, particularly in light of our shares commitment to the development of potential in the color market" said Greg Stone, UK Managing Director of Distributec." Kevin O'Donnell, UK DocuColor brand manager added: "The ColorBlind products will offer significant benefits to both existing and new customers in the field of color profiling and device matching. As Xerox digital color presses continue to be adopted by traditional graphic arts businesses, color integrity across different devices becomes ever more essential. Xerox is now ideally placed to help its customers get the very most from their investment -- both offset and digital." "This agreement is pivotal as it serves to position our ColorBlind suite of applications to serve a broad market in Europe," said Brian Bonar, ITEC CEO. "We expect that the relationships built by Xerox and Distributec for ColorBlind will help grow our base of business in Europe," he added.




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