BOSTON—FitzGerald Communications has added 12 new clients to its roster of technology and biotechnology companies. The assignments include corporate communications, positioning and messaging work, company and product support, as well as global communications programs.
According to Maura FitzGerald, agency founder, president and CEO, “The emerging companies able to secure funding today must have more mature technology, a pre-existing customer base and excellent management teams. Concurrently, more established players are waking up and realizing that a strategic communications campaign can be the secret weapon for surviving and growing in today’s rough and tough economy.
In Boston, the new clients include: eMeta Corporation, an enterprise software company dedicated to empowering information commerce; Evident Technologies, a nanotechnology manufacturing and application company; ON Technology, which empowers IT organizations to manage the full lifecycle of their computing systems over large-scale corporate networks; OpusDent, which designs, manufactures and markets lasers for dental applications; Sonopress, a unit of Bertelsmann with U.S. and a leading provider of value added outsourced services to a broad range of customers in the music, publishing, games and computer industries.
In San Francisco, the firm has added Bay Packets, a communications software company enabling service providers to rapidly deploy enhanced network-based voice, data and multi-media services via a single point; NUASIS Corporation, which is developing next generation solutions for the customer contact management market; Totality, a provider of application and infrastructure management services for e-businesses; Oregon RAINS, a private/public consortium of Oregon companies and institutions formed to support the cyber-security industry in Oregon.
And in New York, client additions include iEnterprises, a customer relationship management software developer; and Tonic Software, an integrated and automated solution to detect, isolate and resolve complex problems in Web applications.