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Global Graphics Appoints Peter Camps To Non-Executive Director

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Cambridge UK and Centreville US, 2 May 2006 - Global Graphics has announced that Peter Camps, the founder and chief executive officer of Gradual Software, has been appointed non-executive director. He replaces Stephen Temple, the technical director of Xaar, whose mandate had come to term. Gradual Software offers affordable desktop solutions for customized publishing automation. Previously, Mr. Camps founded Enfocus Software in 1993 and served as its CEO for ten years during which time the company was acquired by Artwork Systems. Prior to this Mr. Camps had joined DISC / Barco Graphics (now Esko-Graphics) as a software developer before becoming vice-president of operations and general manager for the US subsidiary. Mr. Camps holds an engineering degree in electronics and computing from the University of Ghent, Belgium. Commenting on the appointment Johan Volckaerts, Global Graphics' chairman and CEO, said, "Peter brings a valuable set of skills to the Company's board. In addition to his vast commercial and strategic experience, acquired during many successful years of bringing publishing solutions to market, he has in-depth technical knowledge. This combination makes him a very good match for Global Graphics."

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