RedDot Selects FitzGerald After Successful Project
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RedDot Selects FitzGerald After Successful Project

FitzGerald Communications has been retained by RedDot Solutions for public relations support, following a successful introduction of the company’s flagship product, the RedDot Extended Content Management Suite into the US market.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—FitzGerald Communications has been retained by RedDot Solutions for public relations support, following a successful introduction of the company’s flagship product, the RedDot Extended Content Management Suite into the US market.

In October 2003, FitzGerald was hired to position the company within the crowded enterprise content management industry. The New York-based team first refined the company’s messages, then worked with the executive team to support key analyst relationships in advance of an aggressive media relations campaign, which broke in January 2004.

In less than four months, FitzGerald garnered multiple feature stories for the company and secured 100 percent positive message pickup across leading technology and industry publications such as Computerworld, Portals, Federal Computer Week, EContent, Transform, Intranet Journal and others.  Media coverage continues with RedDot’s inclusion in KMWorld’s ‘100 Companies that Matter Most in Knowledge Management’ scheduled for the April 2004 issue.

“FitzGerald proved to be an excellent partner for our internal team during a pivotal stage of corporate growth,” said Kevin Kohn, vice president of marketing at RedDot Solutions. “Its strategic counsel and results, combined with our marketing efforts led to a successful launch, evidenced by increased Web site traffic and multiple sales leads.”

FitzGerald will continue to service the RedDot business from its New York City office.

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