Ceneca Communications, often misidentified as "Seneca", was the original developer of the PageMill and SiteMill website publishing and maintenance applications, which were eventually released by Adobe Systems.
Ceneca was incorporated on April 5, 1995 and based in Palo Alto, California. Its unveiling of PageMill and SiteMill made a big impact in August 1995 at Macworld Expo in Boston, being called the "PageMaker" of the web and the 90's. Adobe then announced on September 18, 1995 that it was acquiring Ceneca. After the acquisition, the company was dissolved on October 23, 1997.
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