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Printable Names Sean Sullivan To New Strategic Accounts Post

Press release from the issuing company

SOLANA BEACH, CA, November 24, 2003 – Printable Technologies, Inc., the leading online software provider for the graphic arts industry, has announced the appointment of Sean M. Sullivan to the newly established position of Director, Strategic Accounts / Alternate Channels. Creation of the new post reflects Printable's continuing growth and expansion into new market areas. In his new capacity, Sullivan will be responsible for the development of major accounts, direct marketing to specific Corporate Enterprise clients, as well as direct sales support to sales executives of Printable's major strategic enterprise partner, Hewlett-Packard. Sullivan reports directly to Joe Manos, Printable’s Vice President of Sales and Client Services. Commenting on the appointment, Manos said, "Printable's business is rapidly evolving and expanding into many new important areas, and the new position we've created will enable us to enhance our focus on several key growth initiatives. Sean brings a wealth of graphics industry experience specific to this new strategic position at Printable that positions him for immediate success in implementing our strategy for continued innovation and leadership in the field." Prior to joining Printable, Sullivan was with Banta Integrated Media, a software developer of enterprise digital content management, e-commerce and customer publishing applications in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1998 to 2003. He started with the company as Technical Sales manager, advancing to the post of Sales Director, working with Banta's strategic partners, such as Hewlett-Packard, as well as other corporate enterprise clients. During his tenure as Sales Director, the unit's sales were increased three-fold. Before Banta, Sullivan had advanced through several sales management posts with Sullivan Graphics, a printing, prepress and graphic arts services provider. He started with the company in 1989 as sales representative in Boston, moving later to an account executive post in the organization's Chicago office. He subsequently was promoted to Database Sales Manager for the company's prepress division in Phoenix, where he helped to develop and market asset and workflow management systems for the division's customers.