Ackermann PR Signs 4 New Tech Clients

Apr 16, 2001, 01:00 ET from Ackermann Public Relations and Marketing

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Ackermann Public Relations and
 Marketing, ranked among the Top 100 PR firms in the country, today reported
 the addition of 4 new technology clients.
     The newest members of the agency's national tech client roster include:
 
     * ISOA, a Dallas-based company serving the semiconductor and electronics
       industries.  ISOA's products detect manufacturer defects in
       semiconductor wafers and electronic assemblies and analyze data to
       maximize efficient production for increased profit.
     * The White Stone Group, a company whose flagship product, VoiCert, uses
       computer telephony to streamline the medical precertification process,
       saving hospitals and physician practices time and money.
     * Diamond Manufacturing Commerce Systems is preparing to launch a cost-
       effective plant automation and manufacturing planning software system
       targeted to small and midsize manufacturers, a market that has been all
       but untapped by major software vendors.
     * erroyo is a specialized producer of streaming video content for the
       education and distance learning market.  Clients include Duke
       University, the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and Vanderbilt
       University.
 
     These additions further diversify the firm's successful tech practice.
 High-tech accounts now make up approximately 30% of the agency's total
 revenues.
     Ackermann Public Relations & Marketing is a full-service marketing
 consulting and communications firm headquartered in Knoxville with an
 affiliate office in Washington, D.C. and branch offices in Nashville and
 Dallas.  The agency is ranked a top 100 PR firm by both PRWeek and the Council
 of Public Relations.
 
 

SOURCE Ackermann Public Relations and Marketing
    KNOXVILLE, Tenn., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Ackermann Public Relations and
 Marketing, ranked among the Top 100 PR firms in the country, today reported
 the addition of 4 new technology clients.
     The newest members of the agency's national tech client roster include:
 
     * ISOA, a Dallas-based company serving the semiconductor and electronics
       industries.  ISOA's products detect manufacturer defects in
       semiconductor wafers and electronic assemblies and analyze data to
       maximize efficient production for increased profit.
     * The White Stone Group, a company whose flagship product, VoiCert, uses
       computer telephony to streamline the medical precertification process,
       saving hospitals and physician practices time and money.
     * Diamond Manufacturing Commerce Systems is preparing to launch a cost-
       effective plant automation and manufacturing planning software system
       targeted to small and midsize manufacturers, a market that has been all
       but untapped by major software vendors.
     * erroyo is a specialized producer of streaming video content for the
       education and distance learning market.  Clients include Duke
       University, the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and Vanderbilt
       University.
 
     These additions further diversify the firm's successful tech practice.
 High-tech accounts now make up approximately 30% of the agency's total
 revenues.
     Ackermann Public Relations & Marketing is a full-service marketing
 consulting and communications firm headquartered in Knoxville with an
 affiliate office in Washington, D.C. and branch offices in Nashville and
 Dallas.  The agency is ranked a top 100 PR firm by both PRWeek and the Council
 of Public Relations.
 
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