Extensis Offers Solutions for Media Asset & Brand Resource Management
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--Sept. 26, 2001-- Extensis today announced at Seybold Conference & Expo in San Francisco the availability of its Media Asset Management and Brand Resource Management Solutions, two complete software-and-service packages aimed at helping companies organize and publish large collections of images and other digital media using Extensis' Portfolio.
The announcement was made today at the Seybold Conference & Expo, being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Extensis is located in booth number 845.
The packages include every component needed to set up a complete enterprise-level asset management system, including all the required Portfolio software, a set of customized website templates, professional design work, one to three days of consultation and onsite setup, and training for both end users and administrators. The systems are built around Extensis Portfolio 5, the company's award-winning asset management program.
"Portfolio's web-publishing features are incredibly robust, but many companies don't have the resources or technical expertise in house to take full advantage of these features,'' says Joseph Schorr, Portfolio product manager for Extensis. "By offering complete service solutions -- with everything from web design to database integration to training included -- we're able to get our customers up and running faster and minimize their overall implementation costs.''
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