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Seybold Seminars to Highlight Productivity Solutions for Tough Times

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LOS ANGELES--Jan. 15, 2002--With businesses looking for productive and creative ways to communicate with customers and suppliers, executives have asked their IT, marketing and creative professionals to collaborate and identify technology that will allow their companies to rapidly deploy customized content across multiple media platforms. Key3Media's Seybold Seminars New York 2002, February 19 - 22, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, will showcase technology critical to enterprise publishing and identify how businesses can communicate effective content over print, Web, and other digital outlets. "Our industry is emphasizing productivity and collaboration,'' commented Gene Gable, president of Seybold Seminars and Publications. " As we designed our New York program, it was important to assess the technology workflow shaping our industry and have that technology on our show floor. When the doors open to our exposition Seybold Seminars attendees will see a defined, focused event that mirrors the trends in our industry and are discussed in our conferences, tutorials and Hot Technology Days.'' Attendees interested in the latest communications technology will have much to explore as Adobe, AGFA, Artesia Technologies, Banta Integrated Media, ComoSoft, Inc., Innodata Corporation, Markzware Software, Modulo Systems, Inc. North Plains Systems, Corp., RealTime Image, Reddot Solutions, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Torque Systems and Xerox Office Printing Business are just some of the exhibitors participating in Seybold Seminars New York 2002. In addition to exhibitors, the exposition will also feature a special exhibit displaying a visual communicator's response to September 11, 2001 entitled "Special Exhibit: The Day Our World Changed''. The exhibit is co-sponsored by Communication Arts, a monthly visual arts publication. The Seybold Seminars New York 2002 Conference Program begins Tuesday, February 19 and runs through February 22. The conferences focus on enterprise publishing and PDF technology. Completing Seybold Seminars New York 2002 are Hot Technology Days and tutorials sessions, covering the major tools and workflows used by graphic arts, marketing, print and Web production professionals. For more information about Seybold Seminars New York 2002, visit www.seyboldseminars.com To interview a Seybold executive contact Stacye Montez at [email protected] To register as media visit http://www.key3media.com/seyboldseminars/ny2002/media/ index.php?file=registration