Cadmus Communications Selected as a Finalist for the Red Herring Small Cap 100
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 16 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced today that it has been selected to the short-list of two hundred finalists for the inaugural Red Herring Small Cap 100. The editors of Red Herring magazine evaluated over 2,500 technology companies from North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific for the award. The Small Cap 100 winners will be announced at Red Herring Fall 2005, taking place from December 13-15, 2005 in San Francisco, CA.
"Small-cap technology companies are what most tech startups become after they go public," said Joel Dreyfuss, Editor-in-Chief of Red Herring magazine. "Red Herring's first list of small-cap companies allows us to track the evolution of these companies. We find that small-cap tech companies continue to be innovative even as they fulfill the demands of a competitive public market."
"This selection as a finalist in the Red Herring Small Cap 100 list of technology companies serves as yet another confirmation that the investments Cadmus is making in technology and non-print services are being recognized for their market potential and that Cadmus is much more than a printing company," said Bruce Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cadmus. "With our Emerging Solutions suite of innovative technology solutions and our global software platform, we are providing publishers and marketers with content delivery solutions that help them reach a broader audience and augment revenue streams. These differentiating technological solutions are gaining increasing traction in the markets that we serve. ArticleWorks(TM), our digital rights management (DRM) system, is becoming the standard in the scholarly publishing market for delivering content on demand and 3Path(TM), our desktop delivery system for electronic content, is gaining momentum as both content providers and marketers look for innovative new ways to reach their audiences."
The Red Herring Small Cap 100 finalists were selected for their innovative technology and smart business models that can take them to the next level of the competition. The full list can be viewed at http://herringevents.com.
"Small cap companies are the unsung heroes of the tech sector. The Red Herring Fall conference will welcome the most dynamic and versatile small cap companies in the industry today and give them the visibility they deserve," said Alex Vieux, Publisher and CEO of Red Herring.
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