Seasons Greetings from iGrafx CEO Teesee Murray

During this season of joy and reflection, it is my pleasure to offer our warmest wishes for a safe, happy, and enjoyable holiday celebration.

We have been through so much change and growth together this year. While we have remained focused on making things bigger, better, and inspiring each other along the way, one thing has remained constant, and that is our commitment to our customers.

For some organizations, it has meant the very beginning of a journey toward operational excellence. With others, we have had the chance to share in the achievement of major milestones or the fulfillment of a critical business goal. Working with our customers in partnership, we have set and met objectives through transformational process change, collaborating to envision a brighter future and a healthier bottom line.

As the year winds to a close, I am thankful for the opportunity to build on our success with a strong focus on delivering more value to companies in the markets we currently serve and the industries into which we will expand. I am committed to continuing to identify ways in which we can enhance the iGrafx product roadmap and architecture to best serve the needs of our business customers. More than just features and functions, and through my personal bias for action and inclusion, we can expect big changes in the year ahead.

With that in mind, I’m using this holiday season to renew my dedication to transformational change. I am happy to start right now by sharing my appreciation for you, our employees, customers, and friends. Because at the end of the day, we are all collectively the iGrafx competitive advantage.

On behalf of the entire iGrafx team, we wish you all the happiest of holidays and continued success in the New Year.

iGrafx CEO

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