December 14, 2009 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Gainesville, FL - Veteran Macintosh software developer Tropical Software is pleased to announce it has retained the services of former MacSpeech Chief Evangelist Chuck Rogers to assist with upcoming public relations and marketing initiatives. Chuck will work as a consultant and will report directly to Tropical Software president James Lee. His duties will include assisting in development of future products and coordinating the company's public relations efforts. He will also assist with a variety of marketing activities focused on both current and future products.
Tropical President Lee stated:
"Chuck Rogers has a body of experience and success in marketing in the Mac community as extensive as anyone I know. We are looking forward to his involvement in helping us showing Mac users how to "get organized" on Mac and iPhone, and how to better communicate our product map for TopXNotes 1.5, 2.0 and the future to our Mac and iPhone customers."
"I'm thrilled to be working with Jim and Tropical Software," said Chuck Rogers. "This is a developer with a passion for making great software for the Mac and iPhone, and I am happy to contribute to their success in any way I can."
Chuck Rogers worked as Small Business Evangelist for Apple before becoming Chief Evangelist for Macintosh speech recognition software developer MacSpeech. He specializes in helping developers create and promote insanely great software for Macintosh and iPhone.
Tropical Software develops and sells TopXNotes, a high-productivity note organizer for Macintosh. TopXNotes was rated 4 mice by Macworld magazine. It sells for $39.95 (USD) and is available from the Tropical Software web site or at many Macintosh resellers throughout the United States.
Tropical Software is dedicated to providing insanely great productivity tools for Apple products. Tropical Software is focused on providing insanely great ways for people to create, store, categorize, and retrieve information they need every day. More information can be obtained from the Tropical Software web site. Copyright (C) 2009 Tropical Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.