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Cadalyst Magazine Rates the New Oce TCS400 High

Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, Feb. 3 -- Oce today announced that it has received the Cadalyst magazine semiannual Editor's Wow! Award for the Oce TCS400 -- the first and only fully integrated large format color CAD print, copy and scan system. This multifunction system -- designed as a fast, easy and hassle-free way to manage large format color and black and white technical document output for organizations using CAD, GIS and other software applications -- was credited by Cadalyst as one of 15 hottest new products introduced to the marketplace throughout the last half of 2003. The Oce TCS400 was the only non-software product to receive the Wow! Award. Cadalyst's award selection is based primarily on the "wow" factor: Is the product innovative? Does it solve problems creatively? How distinctive is the product compared with others in its market segment? "We are honored by Cadalyst Magazine's decision to include the Oce TCS400 in its 2003 all-star lineup of breakthrough solutions," said Joyce Virnich, Vice President of Marketing for the Oce North America Wide Format Printing Systems division. "We consider Cadalyst to be a leading voice in the marketplace as it enters its 20th year covering technology innovations and reflecting the evolving demands of the CAD marketplace. This award further confirms the positive comments we are hearing from our Oce TCS400 customers as they are able to reap greater value from producing more of their technical documents in color." In its review of the product, Cadalyst highlighted several unique product attributes of the Oce TCS400. "We were particularly impressed by the high- volume color capabilities and the efficient batch print management functionality provided by the Oce Power Logic controller," said Sara Ferris, editor-in-chief of Cadalyst. For more information on the Oce TCS400, visit www.oceusa.com/ppp.




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