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Printable Technologies Donates Software Valued at $10,000 to MCC Penn Valley in Kansas City, MO

Press release from the issuing company

April 3, 2007 -- Printable Technologies, Inc., leading provider of Web to Print workflow and Variable Data Printing (VDP) solutions, today announced the selection of Metropolitan Community College - Penn Valley, Kansas City, MO, as the third educational institution to be given sufficient free copies of FusionProTM Desktop, a full-featured, broadly-functional, and affordable VDP solution, to supply a class of 24 students and an instructor; a donation valued at nearly $10,000. MCC-Penn Valley received fully-functional working copies of FusionPro Desktop which offers workflow templates, guides, and wizards that allow novice users to learn the application quickly while accommodating students with advanced skills who wish to implement the sophisticated functionality available to compose complex VDP jobs. MCC-Penn Valley offers a 21-credit Digital Prepress Technician Certificate. "We are proud to add MCC-Penn Valley to the rolls of educational institutions who are participating in our educational initiative to empower future leaders of the Graphic Arts Industry. It is gratifying to see FusionPro Desktop used as a training tool in advanced prepress courses," said Coleman Kane, President and CEO, Printable Technologies. "Staffing concerns top the list of business challenges for many companies and students who learn real-world skills with the applications they will use after graduation are better prepared to enter the workforce." "MCC - Penn Valley is grateful to have the opportunity to work with Printable," said Teresa Campbell, Digital Prepress Program Coordinator, MCC - Penn Valley. "The Fusion Pro software will allow us to incorporate variable data options into our Digital Prepress curriculum and enhance the education of our students. With customization making huge strides in the industry, we feel this relationship offers the perfect timing needed to promote this technology and empower our students to be leaders in this segment of the market."