PORTLAND, Ore.--Sept. 7, 2004-- Extensis Inc. today officially announced its new professional services and training group -- Extensis Integration and Consulting Services (ICS). The ICS team offers customizable services to develop fast, affordable and seamless integration of Extensis' management solutions.
Businesses are increasingly burdened by the volume of digital files they must manage. They are seeking solutions to help them avoid the lost time spent searching for documents, images, fonts and other media files, as well as the cost associated with recreating files they are unable to locate. Through training and integration services, ICS helps organizations establish best practices and make the most of their investment in Extensis Portfolio, Suitcase and Font Reserve digital asset management (DAM) solutions.
"Our products are intuitive enough that you can get a system up and running out of the box," said Davin Kluttz, manager of Extensis' Integration and Consulting Services. "However, our knowledge and experience from thousands of installations worldwide means we can also help integrate our solutions with an established database or workflow. Taking advantage of ICS services throughout the implementation and training process means clients can immediately start using their system to its fullest."
Extensis was honored for outstanding performance and achievements in industrial technologies at Frost & Sullivan's 2004 Excellence in Customer Value Enhancement Awards banquet. Frost & Sullivan specifically recognized Extensis for its commitment to customer service.
"Extensis' clear client focus has contributed to remarkable success in terms of revenue, community, and industry recognition," said Mukul Krishna, senior analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "Extensis listens to the needs of its customers and continually strives to help them by improving its solutions and sharing best practices."
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