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Today we’re proud to announce our newest release of Universal Type Server, which solves common font distribution and synchronization issues and helps mitigate licensing risks for teams.

Keep Your Team’s Fonts on the Same Page with Universal Type Server

No matter how large your organization’s collection is, Type Server helps you centralize, synchronize, organize and distribute your font libraries while offering secure, reliable font management and compliance for your team.

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Your font management system may be broken

We recently surveyed more than 2,000 designers about font usage, with the findings informing the lovely infographic below. This brought to light a few key, underlying findings:

  • About half the designers out there are using inferior and/or pirated fonts
  • Most designers don’t understand their licenses and are therefore subject to penalties, which can be substantially costly and embarrassing for their company or client

Font Shui: Restore Order & Balance to Your Font Universe [infographic]

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Welcome to our second in a series highlighting some of the key team members at Extensis. We’ll peel back the curtain to reveal their contributions to everything from engineering to marketing to customer service. Through these interviews, we hope to provide a strong sense of the Extensis mission, upcoming innovation, our culture, and maybe, depending on the subject, a little bit about their hopes, dreams and what makes them happiest.

Extensis Team Profile: Jeremy Godfrey

Jeremy Godfrey, Extensis Regional Business Manager in NYC

 

Our second subject is Jeremy Godfrey, Regional Business Manager in NYC.

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Welcome to our first in a series highlighting some of the key team members at Extensis. We’ll peel back the curtain to reveal their contributions to everything from engineering to marketing to customer service. Through these interviews, we hope to provide a strong sense of the Extensis mission, upcoming innovation, our culture, and maybe, depending on the subject, a little bit about their hopes, dreams and what makes them happiest.

Extensis Team Profile: Junko Suzuki

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Universal Type ServerWant to get a close-up of the new Universal Type Server 4 font manager? I’ll be demoing the new features in an upcoming webcast.

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2013 11:00 am Pacific / 2:00 pm Eastern
  • Register here

In the webcast you will see:

Adobe® Creative Cloud®
All-new auto-activation plugins: InDesign®, Illustrator®, Photoshop® and InCopy®.

QuickComp™
For fast font pairing prototypes

Enhanced license management
Providing creative users better licensing insight.

At the end of the presentation, I will be available for your questions. I hope you can join me!

 

 

 


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You’ve got your creative team locked down and humming with Universal Type Server.

Yet, the need for corporate fonts extends beyond your creative team to practically anyone in your organization.

Those in your Sales and Marketing teams give presentations, and generate a slew of other corporate content that should branded appropriately by using corporate font assets.

You can help these users get the fonts that they need, and prevent them from using unlicensed fonts, with a new type of client software – we call it the Type Core Client.

This new client runs silently in the background, quickly distributing approved fonts to your users desktops while still extending the tight font control of Universal Type Server. Users never see it, but you know they have the fonts they need.

How does the Type Core Client differ from the standard Universal Type Client? Mainly, the Core Client doesn’t have any user interface – it’s “headless” as we like to call it. For a full comparison, see the client comparison chart.

Want to talk through your client options with Universal Type Server? Contact us for the full scoop.


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The Extensis headquarters are firmly rooted in the land of microbrews and skinny jeans here on the left-coast in Portland, Oregon. In our Portland and LA offices you’ll find two creative workflow experts helping companies maintain license compliance and improve their workflows using Extensis font and digital asset management solutions:

Kari Friedewald, Regional Business Manager, Extensis Portland Office

Max, Systems Engineer, Extensis LA Office

  • Favorite color: Red
  • Latest book: The 900 Days: The Siege Of Leningrad
  • Ideal vacation spot: Must have a good mix of relaxing beaches and great ATV (four wheeler) courses.
  • During the commute: Electronic and Alternative music

Both enjoy long walks on the beach and ensuring that font and digital asset management projects are successfully completed on time and under budget. To learn more about what Kari and Max can do for you, please check out our Professional Services page.


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The Extensis headquarters are firmly rooted in the land of fixed-gear bicycles and hipster mustaches here in Portland, Oregon. So what do you do if you’re struggling with fonts and digital assets halfway across the country in the midwest? Not to worry, we have you covered with our Chicago offices that serve the central region of the United States and Canada.

In our Chicago offices you’ll find two creative workflow experts helping companies maintain license compliance and improve their workflows using Extensis font and digital asset management solutions:

 

Michael Liwanag

Regional Business Manager
Godfrey

Matthew Nelson

Systems Engineer

Nelson

 

Both enjoy long walks on the beach and ensuring that font and digital asset management projects are successfully completed on time and under budget.

To learn more about what Michael and Matthew can do for you, please check out our Professional Services page.


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The Extensis headquarters are firmly rooted in the land of microbrews and skinny jeans here in Portland, Oregon. So what do you do if you’re struggling with fonts and digital assets across the country on or near the east coast? Not to worry, we have you covered with our NYC offices that serve the eastern region of the United States and Canada.

In our NYC office you’ll find three creative workflow experts helping companies maintain license compliance and improve their workflows using Extensis font and digital asset management solutions:

 

Jeremy Godfrey, Regional Business Manager

Godfrey

  • Favorite color: Blue
  • Latest book: Maui Revealed
  • Ideal vacation spot: Maui or St. Croix… depends on if I’m departing from PDX or NYC.
  • During my commute: I read the NY Post.

 

James Grace, Senior Systems Engineer

Grace

  • Favorite color:Neon Orange
  • Latest book: Travels
  • Ideal vacation spot: The Beach in Cancun, Mexico
  • During the commute: I listen to PopTron : SomaFM  

 

 

Chris Chen, Systems Engineer

Chen

  • Favorite color: Black
  • Latest book: Start with Why
  • Ideal vacation spot: Maldives
  • During the commute: Flo Rida,  David Guetta,  Rihanna

 

All three enjoy long walks on the beach and ensuring that font and digital asset management projects are successfully completed on time and under budget.

To learn more about what Jeremy, James, and Chris can do for you, please check out our Professional Services page.


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In order to be in the top 1% of all distributers in the cycling and outdoor industry, Quality Bicycle Products (QBP) has made a firm commitment to high performance and outstanding results (in addition to putting “every butt on a bike”).

One of the main marketing documents created by QBP is its 1,700+ page catalogue, which is considered the “bible” for bicycles, parts and accessories. Ensuring that the right fonts are available for the production of this large, complex document, as well as all other external customer-facing content, is essential. QBP relies upon  Universal Type Server to keep its entire team of 50 in sync, and enable a font problem-free creative workflow.

“Universal Type Server has made it easy for our creative teams to find the fonts they need so that they can deliver impeccable creative work,” said Jon Ostroushko, Mac Administration, IT Purchasing & Solutions for QBP.

By deploying Universal Type Server, QBP:

  • Stores their large font library into a single location
  • Standardized on Adobe Creative Suite 5 paired with the font auto-activation plug-ins of the Universal Type Client
  • Connected their Universal Type Server to Active Directory for easy user management

Learn more about how QBP uses Universal Type Server to manage fonts in their workflow.


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