The Chronicle Saves Countless Hours with Extensis Universal Type Server

Nation’s number one source of news for the education and philanthropic sectors shares success in managing hundreds of fonts across multiple workgroups.

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The Chronicle is saving a significant amount of time by not having to load fonts machine by machine. Managing our fonts now takes almost no time at all.

Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) September 09, 2013

Extensis announced today that The Chronicle, the nation’s number one source of news for the education and philanthropic sectors, is using Universal Type Server to manage and distribute the fonts used in its esteemed publications - The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Prior to implementing a font management solution, The Chronicle IT team loaded fonts on each individual machine. With 80 users across four departments, this became a time consuming operation. Knowing it could not sustain this process over the long-term, The Chronicle turned to Universal Type Server to:

  •     Centralize their fonts into a single, secure location, ensuring everyone on the team has access to the same licensed fonts
  •     Manage multiple font collections for different types of workgroups, while providing efficient user access
  •     Integrate into a cross-platform environment
  •     Offer easy server configuration and management for the IT Group

Since deploying Universal Type Server, The Chronicle has saved countless hours with the ability to quickly load fonts onto a single server, and easily manage access for both Mac and PC users from a central location.

Steve Smith, Director, Publishing Platform at The Chronicle commented, “The Chronicle is saving a significant amount of time by not having to load fonts machine by machine. Managing our fonts now takes almost no time at all.”

To learn more about The Chronicle’s success with Universal Type Server, check out their case study here.

The Chronicle is amongst hundreds of organizations using Universal Type Server to not only manage and distribute fonts, but also ensure compliance with font licensing terms. Customers include adidas, Clinique, CNN, ESPN, Gucci, Hallmark, Hearst Magazines, National Geographic Society, Pixar, Publicis, Starbucks, Tiffany & Co., Time Inc., Univision, Weiden+Kennedy, and Young & Rubicam.

To learn more about Universal Type Server, click here.

About Extensis
Celebrating 20 years in business, Extensis® is a leading developer of software and services for creative professionals and workgroups. Their solutions streamline workflows, securely manage digital assets and fonts, and control corporate typographic branding. Used by hundreds of Fortune 5000 companies, Extensis’ award-winning server, desktop, and web service products include: Portfolio Server® for digital asset management, Universal Type Server® for server-based font management, Suitcase Fusion™ for single-user font management, and the WebINK® web font rental service. Founded in 1993, Extensis is based in Portland, Oregon, and the United Kingdom. For additional information, visit http://www.extensis.com.

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