Cadmus 3Path Selected as a Hot Pick of the Seybold Publishing Technology Conference
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 18 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation today announced that 3Path, an innovative new digital delivery technology, has been selected as a 2004 Hot Pick at the Seybold San Francisco 2004 Conference. 3Path allows publishers to deliver high-value digital content that is secure, efficient and convenient for both content providers and consumers. 3Path enables publishers to deliver digital content of any file type or size directly to a branded 3Path channel on the recipient's desktop with a notification that announces its arrival -- no searching for email attachments or downloading files from the Internet.
"Each year, publishing professionals gather at Seybold San Francisco to hear the industry's best practices and view the best new tools," said James M. Smith, Vice President and General Manager of Seybold Seminars, Publications & Consulting. "The 2004 Hot Picks winners exemplify the innovation that is driving the media technology industry, providing attendees at Seybold San Francisco 2004 with insight into current and emerging technologies and concepts."
"We are very pleased that Seybold, an organization on the leading edge of publishing technology, has recognized the unique value of our 3Path solution," said Bruce Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cadmus. "3Path represents another step in our strategy of delivering innovative solutions for publishers that addresses the need to reach their markets quickly and develop new revenue streams from their content."
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