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Printcafe: Jeffrey White Joins NAPL Board of Directors

Press release from the issuing company

Named one of Seven New Directors at the National Association for Printing Leadership's Annual Meeting PITTSBURGH, PA (October 21st, 2002)- Printcafe Software, Inc. [NASDAQ: PCAF], the operating system for print(TM), announced today that Jeffrey White, director of International and Central US Region Sales for Printcafe, has been named to the Board of the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), the trade association for the commercial printing industry. Seven new board members were inducted during the Association's annual meeting, held on Sunday, October 6, 2002 in Chicago, IL. White, who has been a member of the executive committee of the Research and Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry for the past eight years, serving most recently as VP/secretary, became an NAPL Board member as part of the merger of the two organizations in September of this year. "NAPL is one of the most important and reputable organizations in the printing industry and has a long tradition of helping commercial printers of all sizes improve their operations," said White. "I'm proud to be a part of NAPL and look forward to working closely with the Association and the R&E Council of NAPL on its programs." "Jeffrey has shown great leadership and dedication in his work for NAPL over the last eight years and his position on the Board of Directors will be a great asset to the Association," said I. Gregg Van Wert, NAPL president and chief executive officer. "I'm confident that he, together with the other new Board members,will play a significant role in helping move the Association forward on its mission of service to members." White has held a number of positions within Printcafe and its predecessor companies, including managing director of Logic Covalent UK in the late 1990s. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Printing Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1980, and a Master of Science in Computer Systems Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1986.