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Creo Users Association Meeting Announces Extra Incentives

Press release from the issuing company

VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA -- January 21, 2003 -- The Creo Users Association (CUA) will host the annual conference at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort and Golf Club in St. Petersburg, Florida from Wednesday, May 28 through Saturday, May 31, 2003. Delegates who are confirmed to attend the event by April 30 will receive a certificate valued at US$1,500 towards the purchase of Creo software. Eligible products include Preps(r) Pro, Synapse(r) Prepare Pro, UpFront(r), Pandora(r) Pro, Profile Wizard(tm) Suite software; Pagelet(tm) and Powertone(tm) plug-ins; Brisque(tm) Version 4.0 upgrades; and options for Prinergy(r) 2.1 workflow. (Conference delegates from outside North America will receive certificates valued at US$2,500 to compensate for higher travel costs.) See details of the offer and a complete list of the software eligible for the incentive at the website (www.creousers.org). Quote From Amos Michelson... Creo is providing the software offer as a commitment to the association to encourage as many users as possible to attend. "We want our customers to know how valuable attending the CUA conference is for them -- and for us," says Amos Michelson, CEO, Creo Inc. "We develop our products with valuable feedback from the people who know them best-the users." Approximately 100 Creo managers, developers, support and technical experts will attend the annual CUA conference to meet with delegates, demonstrate new products and features, and highlight future products. Amos Michelson will address conference delegates on how Creo is driving change within the industry. Quote From Rich Dunklee... Users of Creo systems from around the world attend the annual conference to exchange information with industry peers, participate in strategic and technical sessions, and meet with Creo developers and management. "CUA members always receive tremendous value from attending this conference through the information they share and learn from their peers," explains Rich Dunklee, CUA president. "The added bonus from Creo this year will help the conference pay for itself by allowing users to pick up a variety of productivity enhancing tools for their site," Dunklee, director of eBusiness Solutions for HBP, Inc., will present the opening address at the conference. The Workflow Advisory Council will also hold in-depth technical sessions on May 31 for members and Creo developers working on the next generation of workflow. Registration and Membership... The fee for the CUA conference is US$795 per delegate plus hotel accommodation. Electronic registration is now available online (www.creousers.org). New members may also join the Creo Users Association at no charge by registering at the website.