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Mimeo.com Is Named to Inc. 500 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Friday, October 22, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

NEW YORK, Oct. 21 -- Mimeo.com, Inc., the industry-leading "online print center" for many of America's premier corporations, announced today that it has been acknowledged as one of the leading companies on Inc. Magazine's 2004 list of the 500 fastest-growing, private U.S. companies. The strong revenue growth that merited recognition by Inc. is a result of the rapid adoption of Mimeo's unique, web-based document creation, storage and printing services. Those services enable hundreds of businesses, such as jetBlue, TD Waterhouse, Siemens, Perot Systems and Pfizer, to intelligently manage their document creation, printing and distribution processes -- all from Web browsers on their employees' desktops. Said Mimeo Chairman and co-founder, Jeff Stewart, "This recognition by Inc. is a testament to our vision: that Mimeo's offering is unique and will forever change the way people print and work with documents in the digital age. Seeing a 'WOW' reaction over and over again as new customers experience Mimeo for the first time has given us confidence in our business model from the very beginning." "The best thing you can say about this year's crop of Inc. 500 entrepreneurs is that they didn't buy into the hype," said Inc. editor-in-chief John Koten. "When everyone hit the panic button a few years ago, they stayed calm and seized opportunity." Mimeo.com is the leading provider of Web-based, on-demand digital printing and distribution services. Mimeo's value to customers encompasses not only document production and distribution, but also a host of time-saving processes related to pre-production tasks. These include convenient tools to create, organize, store and share critical content-tools that are instrumental in helping customers manage document review and approval processes, administer branding guidelines, and control versions of frequently updated documents. John Delbridge, Interim CEO of Mimeo.com, added, "Our strong growth reflects our focus on two elements critical to every successful company: our customers and our employees. The powerful combination of our 'can-do' spirit, amazing technology, and a customer care organization that rates best in class keeps customers coming back to Mimeo again and again. The fact that our customers are tired of poor quality and service from local copy shops further accelerates our growth. We pride ourselves on making our customers heroes within their own organizations by delivering high-quality documents whenever and wherever they need them."




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