Hearst Publishing Selects Extensis for Centralized Font Management
Press release from the issuing company
Portland, Ore. - November 2, 2005 - Extensis, a division of Celartem, Inc., today announced that Hearst Corporation, one of the world’s largest diversified communications companies, has selected Font Reserve Server to provide complete font control within Hearst Magazines.
Font management is an important part of the production process at Hearst Corporation. Extensis‘ Font Reserve Server solution ensures consistency and accuracy of fonts, helping page designers, production, and IT teams manage and access fonts in one centralized location.
Hearst joins the growing list of companies that have chosen Extensis Font Reserve including CMP Media, Harper Collins, Jostens, and Ogilvy & Mather.
“Hearst’s extensive use of fonts, coupled with the large number of client seats, makes Font Reserve a perfect solution for the company to manage fonts for production and compliance,” said Brian Berson, Vice President of Corporate Solutions at Extensis. “Extensis is proud that Font Reserve Server was chosen to help them proactively manage this important business asset.”
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