Extensis and LizardTech unite as one company

3 October 2018

Extensis and LizardTech announced they are uniting as one global company to help organizations increase the ROI and value of their digital assets, fonts, and large imagery. Last year, Extensis and LizardTech collaborated on the development of new Portfolio asset geo-referencing capabilities that make it ideal for applications in the geospatial, infrastructure, AEC and BIM segments.

With Extensis’ market leadership in digital asset and font management combined with LizardTech’s expertise in image management and state-of-the-art image compression technology, the united company is uniquely situated to provide a suite of solutions and support for digital asset challenges that no other company can match.

Osamu Ikeda, Extensis CEO

“Organizations today are investing in imagery of all kinds, including photography, aerial, and spatial, to name a few.” said Osamu Ikeda, CEO of Extensis. “Fully leveraging these digital files means having an easy and efficient way to organize, store, access, and distribute them.”

Ikeda continued: “Uniting Extensis and LizardTech strengthens our ability to support our customers’ success and give them effective and time-tested solutions for maximizing the value of digital assets of all kinds.”

The combined company will operate under the Extensis brand, headquartered in Portland, Oregon with an office presence in Seattle, Washington.

Starting today, LizardTech products (GeoExpress®, Express Server®, GeoViewer) will become part of the Extensis suite of solutions, which spans digital asset management, font asset management, brand asset management, image management, and image compression. 

About Extensis
Extensis is a developer of solutions that help organizations increase the ROI and value of their digital assets, fonts, and large imagery. Used by more than 100,000 professionals and 5,000 companies across the globe, Extensis’ solutions accelerate workflows so customers can achieve their goals faster.

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