Bundling Things Together

Cheski, Cynthia
July 2006
Planning;Jul2006, Vol. 72 Issue 7, p43
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the opening of three facilities in Miami, Chicago, and Irvine, California by Limehouse Software to introduce its Creation Suite and Connection Suite software products in the U.S. market. The programs are designed to help American planners to save cost and time in gathering public policy documents. Limehouse vice president for sales and marketing Des Shanahan states that their own software assists in dealing with publishing of text files and the collection of public feedbacks. Creation Suite has three modules which, first, issues plan documents to portable document format and HyperText Markup Language and then the posting of online public comments.


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