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PRESS RELEASE: Extensis Launches Online Forum Discussion Site
New Extensis Forums site is looking for your two cents
PORTLAND, Ore., August 23, 2006 - Extensis, a division of Celartem Inc., today officially launched its new online forums site for open discussion on all things related to Extensis and its product lines. The Extensis Forums can be accessed at http://forums.extensis.com/ and community members are encouraged to post tips, tricks, questions and general discussion on font and digital asset management markets.
"Extensis' Forums site is a great way to communicate user to user experience and share creative solutions from other users," said Mark Anderson of Shoantel Limited and Extensis Forum contributor. "This site is a great resource for Extensis users; it is always on and connects customers and company."
The new Forums site is an interactive environment where Extensis users and employees can communicate with, support, search for, and share industry knowledge with one another on topics ranging from font management in Mac OS X and Windows to Portfolio best practices. Extensis Forums is a neutral location for all font and digital asset management dialogue and strives to provide interesting discussion and topics for user to user conversation.
"Extensis has long been known as a company that has close ties with its customers," said Brian Berson, Extensis General Manager. "Developing an online community where we can better share information and communicate more efficiently with the people that use our products was a no brainer for Extensis. We have already seen a tremendous amount of interest and activity on Extensis Forums and we anticipate and encourage engaging discussion moving forward."
(First posted on Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at 15:41 EDT)