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Brad Giles Joins RealTimeImage As Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales

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San Bruno, CA - June 28, 2001 - RealTimeImage Inc. (RTI), a leading Internet infrastructure company providing imaging products and services for the graphic arts and medical communities, today announces that industry veteran Brad Giles has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales. Giles, who was a co-founder and President of Digital Art Exchange (DAX), is a recognized leader and veteran of the graphic arts industry. While at DAX, Giles championed RTI's proofing solution to Saatchi & Saatchi NY. In his new role at RTI, Giles is responsible for sales of the RealTimeProof product line targeted to graphic arts professionals throughout North America and the world. RealTimeImage President Zvi Eintracht says, "In the past few months, RealTimeImage has accelerated its position in the industry by adding customers, partners, and funding. The addition of Brad Giles is evidence of our expanding efforts and the growing confidence and acceptance of our online proofing technology for graphic arts. Brad has tremendous experience building viable teams and world-class sales organizations and we are very pleased that he‚s agreed to take RTI to the next level." Prior to joining the RealTimeImage team, Giles was Vice President of Strategic and Business Development at Printable. Giles was also co-founder, President and a Director of Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX). In his role as President, Giles was responsible for all DAX efforts to serve the needs of the graphic communications industry. This included sales, marketing, product development, operations, finance and investor relations. Giles also co-developed the popular information site, PrintPlanet.com, which has over 20,000 active subscribers. Giles began his career in the Graphic Arts industry with Scitex America Corporation. There he held positions including Senior Buyer, Purchasing Manager and Operations Manager. Giles then moved into Customer Support where he held both District and National Customer Support Manager positions. Rounding out his career at Scitex, Giles took an Account Executive position where he was the top sales performer prior to co-founding DAX. Giles has spoken extensively on new technologies and workflows, the internet, networking, as well as business management issues and trends, to graphic arts industry groups including: Seybold Seminars; National Association of Printing Leadership, Top Management Conference, Digital Distribution of Advertising for Publication (DDAP), Print-On-Demand Seminars, Printing Industries of America. VuePoint, Research and Engineering Council for the Graphic Arts, International Prepress Association and Scitex Graphic Arts Users Association. Giles is a member of numerous organizations including: Net Future Institute; Digital Distribution of Advertising for Publications (DDAP); National Association Of Printing Leadership (NAPL) and International Prepress Association (IPA).