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Tampa, Fla. – October 5, 2005 – SAXOTECH, a leading software development and systems implementation company exclusively serving the publishing industry, today announced the acquisition of CKP Newspaper Systems, Inc, a New Hampshire-based company known for developing software systems for the newspaper industry.

In addition to the acquisition of CKP’s assets, SAXOTECH has retained the company’s employee-base, each of whom have outstanding expertise in development and support specializing in advertising systems.

“The combined knowledge of these two companies will produce great synergies,” said Anders Christiansen, president and CEO, SAXOTECH. “CKP has proven knowledge in the advertising and editorial side of the newspaper business and this acquisition will enable us to aggressively expand our company into new markets in the publishing software business.

I am especially pleased to announce that Pat Stewart has joined SAXOTECH in a key management capacity. Pat’s leadership and market knowledge with advertising systems brings a new dimension to SAXOTECH.”

“I am impressed by SAXOTECH’s commitment to our customers and the strength of the organization,” said Pat Stewart, CKP’s former CEO. “This is a positive move for our customers and our employees.”


SAXOTECH is a software development and systems implementation company founded in 1993 to exclusively serve the publishing industry. Our scalable, easy-to-implement solutions are used to plan, create, edit and publish news for multiple channels and are backed by world-class customer support. Today SAXOTECH’s software products are used by over 300 news organizations around the world.