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vjoon and Extensis Announce Strategic Partnership for Streamlining Font Delivery in Automated Publishing

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Companies partner to integrate font management into vjoon’s industry leading publishing platform

Hamburg, Germany – Portland, Ore. (USA) - vjoon announced today it is partnering with Extensis, a leading developer of solutions for managing digital content, to integrate font management into vjoon’s industry leading publishing platform. vjoon K4® is globally renowned as the ideal cross-media publishing platform for creative and editorial teams to collaborate efficiently. Companies across the world including Condé Nast International, Hubert Burda Media, BASF, Red Bull Media House and many more, use vjoon K4 to produce and publish content for print, web, tablet or mobile. With more than two decades in delivering font management solutions, Extensis helps companies centralize their font collections, banish font issues and protect organizations from costly compliance issues. This helps automate font management so teams can stay focused on the creative process.

“As fonts play an integral role in content development, Extensis and vjoon are working together to integrate font management into the publishing workflow”, said Osamu Ikeda, President and CEO of Extensis. “Given our shared mission to empower the creative process, we’re excited about how our collaboration will bring greater efficiencies to customers.”

“vjoon K4 helps media companies and corporate publishers to create content in an agile and efficient way. Our strategic partnership with Extensis will strengthen our common mission to help publishing professionals to utilize process automation and boost creativity”, adds Andreas Schrader, CEO of vjoon.


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