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Harry Stephens Elected President of The Imaging Network Group (INg)

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Atlanta, Georgia, May 29, 2007 – Harry Stephens, president and CEO of DATAMATX, one of the nation’s largest privately held, full-service providers of first-class print, mail, and document distribution, was unanimously elected president of The Imaging Network Group, Inc. (INg), at the group’s annual Spring Conference, held May 2 - 6 at the Hyatt Tamaya Resort, New Mexico. Stephens was a founding member of INg in 1992 and has been an active member since then. In 2005, he was named to INg’s eight-member Board of Trustees. INg is an international non-profit association for the electronic imaging service bureau industry, providing an open forum for the exchange of ideas and professional experience among industry peers as well as a focus group for key industry vendor partners to receive feedback on existing products, services and programs in their field. “Over the years, INg has proven to be a valuable resource for keeping DATAMATX on the cutting edge of new technologies and processes in order to offer our customers the very best products and services available. Being able to network with other executives and vendors gives us all a direct link to learn from the experts and share our own experiences to advance the industry as a whole,” said Stephens. “I’m proud to be associated with this group and honored to be chosen to serve as president.” Stephens has shown active dedication to the industry and to his customers through his membership in the National Postal Policy Council and service on the Executive Board of the Greater Atlanta Postal Customer Council. He is one of only three industry members serving with USPS executives on the National Postal Customer Council and is a member of the Major Mailers Association and Xplor. “As INg president, Harry Stephens brings us a wealth of expert knowledge that can benefit all of our members, a strong commitment to our industry and the leadership qualities necessary to help us grow,” noted Angela Kamarata, executive director of INg. “We very much look forward to working with him and foresee great things for the future.”