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Scott Wallace Joins Standard Register's Healthcare Business Unit as Vice President of Strategic Development

DAYTON, Ohio, May 10, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The Standard Register (NYSE:SR) Healthcare Business Unit announced today that Scott Wallace has been appointed vice president of Strategic Development.

In this position, Wallace will lead strategy, channel and partnership development, in addition to creating a new consulting practice to drive growth and innovation for the healthcare business.

"Scott brings energy and a depth of expertise that will be invaluable as we transform the business and develop new capabilities to help our clients thrive in today's challenging healthcare environment," said Brad Cates, president for the Standard Register Healthcare Business Unit.

Wallace is a veteran healthcare executive and management consultant with over 21 years of experience. He has built and led consulting practices for ACS Healthcare Solutions, Superior Consulting, and Santa Rosa Consulting, focused on revenue cycle, quality, clinical and administrative process reengineering, patient safety and financial system implementation. In addition to his consulting experience, Scott also has led acute and ambulatory operations at various healthcare systems throughout his career.

Wallace graduated from the University of Dayton and received his Masters of Hospital and Health Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati.

About Standard Register Standard Register (NYSE:SR) is a premier document services and workflow automation provider, trusted by healthcare, business and government to manage the critical documents they need to thrive in today's competitive climate.

Employing nearly a century of industry expertise, Lean Six Sigma methodologies and leading technologies, the company helps organizations increase efficiency, reduce costs, mitigate risks, grow revenue and meet the challenges of a changing business landscape.

The Standard Register Healthcare Business Unit serves more than 3,100 hospitals and 100 of the nation's top integrated delivery networks (IDNs). It helps healthcare providers bridge the worlds of paper and electronic with document management and workflow automation solutions for patient identification and documentation, secure prescriptions, training, patient and marketing communications, as well as professional services and print supply chain services More information is available at www.standardregister.com/healthcare.

SOURCE: Standard Register CONTACT: Standard Register News media contact: Christine Winters, 937-221-1804 christine.winters@standardregister.com or Investor contact: Shaun Smith, 937-221-1504 shaun.smith@standardregister.com Copyright Business Wire 2010 -0- KEYWORD: United States

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