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eCopy Promotes Tim James to VP, North American Sales

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

Nashua, N.H., June 21, 2004 —eCopy, Inc., an innovative provider of document distribution and integration solutions, today announced the promotion of Tim James to vice president of North American Sales. In this role, James will drive eCopy sales strategy and execution for the Canon U.S.A. and CanonCanadachannels. The promotion helps position eCopy for the next stage of expansion. Previously, as national sales director for the Canon Direct channel, James played an integral role in eCopy’s rapid growth, helping the company grow by more than 85 percent over the last two years. As a national sales director, he worked with a number of key eCopy customers, including General Motors, GE, Siemens, and Time Warner. “Tim has played a major role in developing our company’s most successful channel,” said Tim Corkery, eCopy senior vice president, worldwide sales. In the last two years, he has increased revenue from Canon Direct by more than 100 percent and helped channel salespeople transition from commodity selling to a solution selling approach. In his new role, he will be responsible for all Canon office products channels within North American operations.” James, who will continue to report to Corkery, will manage the IKON, Danka, Canon Business Solutions, Canon National Accounts, Canon Government Marketing Division, CanonCanada, Facilities Management, and Independent Dealers sales channels. Each of these channels includes dedicated eCopy sales and pre-sales teams. With James assuming greater responsibility for North American Sales, Corkery will focus more on further expansion inEuropeandJapan, two regions that hold significant promise for the company.




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