SOURCE: NextPage

April 17, 2007 11:14 ET

NextPage® Executives Darren Lee, Tom Ngo and Cydni Tetro Voted by Peers as 2007 vSpring Capital Top 100 Venture Entrepreneurs

Third Straight Year as Top Entrepreneurs

DRAPER, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 17, 2007 -- NextPage today announced company executives Darren Lee, president and chief executive officer; Tom Ngo, chief technical officer; and Cydni Tetro, vice president of products and marketing, were recognized among their peers for the third year in a row in the 2007 class of the vSpring Capital Top 100 Venture Entrepreneurs, also known as the v|100. The v|100 was created in 2004 by vSpring Capital, and it acknowledges top professionals who are most likely to lead a successful startup venture in the next five to seven years in the IT (information technology) or biotech industries in a chief executive or chief technical officer role. Members of the v|100 become part of a community of entrepreneurs that fosters collaboration and provides advantages in building and growing companies.

The v|100 are selected by their peers after first being nominated by business associates from the Utah technology community. The nominees were then contacted and asked to vote for the top 10 individuals who best fit the v|100 criteria. The 100 people with the most votes were named to the list.

"We have a strong management team that is committed to building a strong company. This prestigious recognition is a great testament to the hard working and dedicated team we have," said Darren Lee, president and CEO for NextPage. "I am excited to continue to reach important technology and customer milestones and expand our product line working alongside Top 100 Venture Entrepreneurs."

Top accomplishments that Lee, Ngo and Tetro helped NextPage achieve include:

Being named a CODiE award finalist for the company's desktop documents management tool, NextPage 2 Document Retention, and being selected as a finalist in the 2006 American Business Awards.

Adding to industry data by commissioning a strategic study from IDG that details research into the deployment and enforcement of desktop document retention and deletion policies in enterprises. The study looks at diverse industries that are experiencing a large gap between theory and practice when it comes to document retention and disposal at the desktop.

Speaking engagements at prestigious conventions and events such as: Microsoft Office 2007 Ready for a New Day Launch Tour in Phoenix, AZ, LegalTech New York 2007, 2006 ITA Fall Collaborative, 2006 ARMA International Conference and Expo and the Global Counsel Forum.

Partnering with Microsoft Corp., Apple, Barclays Capital, BP, the British Library, Essilor, Intel Corporation, Statoil ASA and Toshiba to co-sponsor a submission to Ecma for the international standard for Microsoft Office Open XML document format technology.

About NextPage

NextPage delivers powerful document tracking services that enable enterprises to manage and control the risk of Microsoft Office documents on the desktop. With the patent pending document tracking technology enterprises can securely track the more than 7.5 Billion Office documents that are sent as e-mail attachments, stored on users' desktops and removable media or saved to centralized servers. The NextPage 2 Document Retention service increases document retention compliance, as the only product that lets organizations apply retention policies to versions on the desktop by purging working copies and posting final versions to a central server for archival and lifecycle management. The NextPage products reduce the cost of document eDiscovery, prevent wasted time tracking down document versions and reduce the risk of documents. For more information, visit or e-mail us at

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