Creo Strengthens Creative Strategy at Macworld, Launches 6 Degrees
Press release from the issuing company
SAN FRANCISCO--Jan. 8, 2002--Creo Products has introduced Six Degrees, a new software product for the creative desktop market that will dramatically improve the way content creators and creative professionals work.
Everyone who reviews and edits creative projects can benefit from the way Six Degrees manages project-related information.
Through a single, easy-to-use interface, Six Degrees helps the user organize job files, contacts, and email messages related to each active project. Designed to increase creative productivity, Six Degrees is a timefreeing technology that connects messages, files and people so that users can quickly navigate through project-related information in a powerful new way.
"At Creo, we strive for excellence in everything we do. We continue to demonstrate this commitment through our award-winning software development and our proven ability to simplify complex systems,'' says Amos Michelson, Creo CEO. "We are now leveraging our experience to address the daily challenges faced by creative professionals.''
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