FitzGerald Adds 17 New Clients
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FitzGerald Adds 17 New Clients

Technology public relations specialist FitzGerald Communications has added 17 new technology and biotechnology clients.

Paul Holmes

BOSTON, June 14—Technology public relations specialist FitzGerald Communications has added 17 new technology and biotechnology clients. The assignments include integrated corporate communications and investor relations programs, corporate and product support, crisis counsel and global communications work.
“In the last couple of months, we’ve begun to see the true signs of an economic recovery reflected by a renewed investment in communications,” says Maura FitzGerald, the agency’s founder, president and CEO. “After months of spending paralysis on the part of some companies, we’re optimistic to see budget increases with many of our existing clients—many of these are ‘locked and loaded’ for the entire new fiscal year that for them began June 1.”
New wins in Boston include Bellamax, which provides digital photo enhancement services; Clark/Bardes Consulting’s reward and performance group; LoJack Corporation, a leader in stolen vehicle recovery technology; M/A-COM, a unit of Tyco Electronics; Net to Net Technologies, which provides Ethernet-based DSL solutions; e-security company Phaos; ProductivityNet, which provides IT executives with remote network administration and system management solutions; and TogetherSoft Corporation, a software development vendor.
In San Francisco, additions include Fujitsu Software Technology Corporation; the Institute of Design at Illinois Institute of Technology; Microbia, a privately held biotechnology company;, a leading provider of Internet-based postage services; Sygate Technologies, which provides security policy enforcement solutions; Vitria Technology, a provider of integration solutions for solving complex business problems; and Zi Corporation, which develops intelligent interface solutions to significantly enhance the usability of mobile and consumer electronics devices.
In Washington, D.C., the firm will work with Codagen Technologie, which provides code generation technology that automates error-free architectural code; and Servigistics, which provides supply chain software.
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