Extensis

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Extensis
Industry Computer software
Founded Portland, Oregon, United States
Products Suitcase Fusion
Suitcase TeamSync
Universal Type Server
Portfolio
Suitcase Attaché
FontDoctor
Website www.extensis.com

Extensis is a software company based in Portland, Oregon.[1]

History[edit]

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.[2] In 2003, Extensis acquired competitor DiamondSoft and their Font Reserve applications (stand-alone and client-server).[3] In January 2006, Extensis merged its two font management products, Font Reserve and Suitcase into a single product called Suitcase Fusion.[4] In August 2010, Extensis launched WebINK, a web font subscription service.[5] This service was discontinued on July 1, 2015.[6]

Products[edit]

Extensis develops the following products:

  • Suitcase Fusion[7] – Font management software for single users
  • Suitcase Fusion for iOS [8] – Free font manager for iOS that connects to Suitcase Fusion
  • Suitcase TeamSync [9] – Font management software for teams. Fonts are synced using a cloud-based server hosted by Extensis.
  • Universal Type Server[10] – On-premise font server for teams who want tight control over font distribution and reporting.
  • Extensis Portfolio[11] – digital asset management for teams
  • Suitcase Attaché[12] – Extended font menu for Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
  • Extensis Fonts[13] – Free add-on for Google Docs that provides a better font picker
  • Fontspiration[14] – Free iOS app for layering text over images, video and GIFs

Extensis distributes, but does not develop the following product:

  • FontDoctor[15] – Font diagnosis and repair tool, included free with Suitcase Fusion

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