Extensis and its parent company Creativepro.com were sold to ImageX in year 2000, which in turn sold Extensis to Japanese content-management company Celartem Technology in 2002. In 2003, Extensis acquired competitor DiamondSoft and their Font Reserve applications (stand-alone and client-server). In January 2006, Extensis merged its two font management products, Font Reserve and Suitcase into a single product called Suitcase Fusion.
Extensis Portfolio Server was soon released after as a scalable DAM solution for workgroups. With the addition of support for SQL, Portfolio Server's appeal has increased with successive versions.
In January 2008 Extensis pre-announced Universal Type Server (replacing both Suitcase Server X1 and Font Reserve Server) to offer a new solution to centralized font management. Universal Type Server 1.0 was released in June 2008.
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