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Don Goldman Is Senior Project Manager For Prism USA

Press release from the issuing company

PLYMOUTH, MA, September 8, 2003 – Prism USA announced today that Donald H. Goldman has joined Prism USA in the role of Senior Project Manager. Mr. Goldman, who previously did project work for Prism USA, has joined Prism as a full time employee. Mr. Goldman’s in-depth experience includes Master Graphics, a 20-plant printing conglomerate, where he was Chief Information Officer, responsible for the implementation and management of their print management systems. He also served as Chief Operating Officer. For over 20 years, he served as President of Consultware Inc. in Marblehead, MA, a graphic arts consulting firm. Mr. Goldman was the Director of Consulting Services for the On Demand Printing and Publishing and Outsourcing Services for CAP Ventures, a leading industry market research firm. Mr. Goldman’s extensive resume spans the gamut of printing industry from being a practical printer to pioneering work in the development of printing applications for the printing industry. In the late 1970’s, he lead the committee involved in the development the first print estimating program sponsored by the Printing Industries of America’s IdeaAlliance (formerly GCA). He is a frequent contributor to trade publications and is a noted seminar leader for industry groups along with being a lead professor at the National Association for Printing Leadership’s (NAPL) Management Institute. Mr. Goldman has been honored with many industry awards, including the NAPL Technical Leadership Award and is a member of the prestigious Soderstrom Society. Mr. Goldman holds a degree in printing management from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Carol Andersen, President of Prism USA, stated, “Don Goldman is extremely knowledgeable about the dynamics of the printing industry and he knows exactly how print management systems should work to the advantage of printers. Prism USA and our clients are most pleased to have Don on board.”