*NEWS*GLOBAL IMAGING:RENEWS WITH SHARP

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*NEWS*GLOBAL IMAGING:RENEWS WITH SHARP

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    Global Imaging Systems Renews with Sharp
    June 
    2007 Global Imaging Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox
    Corporation, and Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America
    announced a new purchasing contract that enables Global dealers to
    continue supplying customers with Sharp multifunction products,
    printers, fax machines, supplies, parts and accessories through March
    2008.The contract enables Global Imaging’s existing Sharp dealers -
    Dahill Industries, San Antonio, Texas; Lewan & Associates Inc.,
    Denver; Imaging Concepts of New Mexico, Albuquerque; MWB Business
    Systems, Los Angeles; Berney’s Office Solutions, Montgomery, Ala.;
    Pinnell Inc., Yakima, Wash.; El Paso Triad, El Paso, Texas; and TML
    Enterprises Inc., Manassas, Va. – to continue selling and servicing
    Sharp products.”Global’s success in the marketplace has always been
    based on partnerships, building strong relationships with companies
    like Sharp and with our customers,” said Tom Johnson, chairman and CEO
    of Global Imaging Systems. “This renewed relationship with Sharp helps
    Global companies to continue meeting their customers’ needs with the
    right mix of technology, supplies and service.”"Our relationships with
    the Global dealers have been built on a mutual respect and cooperation
    to build our businesses,” said Ed McLaughlin, president of Sharp
    Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA). “We feel our
    ongoing relationship will continue to build on these strengths and
    allow both companies to continue to grow and provide leading edge
    technology and support to customers.”"Both Global and Sharp have built
    our reputations on a common focus on ensuring that we exceed the
    customers expectations,” stated Richard Boomsma, vice president of
    sales for SIICA. “Our continued relationship with Global ensures that
    we both can maintain this high level of satisfaction and support to our
    mutual customers.”