Extensis Ships New Suitcase Server and Suitcase 10.2 Client
Press release from the issuing company
PORTLAND, Ore.--Dec. 18, 2002-- Extensis today announced the release of a powerful new Suitcase Server and an update to the Suitcase client that previews, organizes and activates fonts.
The new enhancements to the world's best selling font management tools provide users with increased functionality such as additional auto-activation support in Mac OS X as well as a brand new version of Suitcase Server.
The Suitcase client (version 10.2) is a free upgrade for registered Suitcase 10 users and both Suitcase 10.2 and Suitcase Server products are available now through the Extensis website at http://www.extensis.com/suitcase.
"The release of these two new 'updates' to the Suitcase product line are a clear demonstration of Extensis' commitment to provide our users with the ultimate set of font management tools," said Craig Keudell, C.E.O. for Extensis. "Our Suitcase Server has been dramatically updated based on user feedback in order to provide a solution to the problems surrounding font management for workgroups of all sizes."
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