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Extensis is a software company based in Portland, Oregon.[1] Its three main products are Extensis Portfolio, Suitcase Fusion, and Universal Type Server.

Extensis also offers WebINK as a web font system.

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.


  1. ^ Mcmillan, Dan (1997-06-27). "Extensis finds diversification key to success". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved June 9, 2009. 
  • The Macintosh Bible by Marty Cortinas, Cliff Colby. Peachpit Press, 2002 p508: "Some of the folks who founded Now Software went off to found a new utility maker, Extensis."

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