Macromedia

Macromedia was an American graphics and web development software company (1992–2005) headquartered in San Francisco, California that produced such products as Flash and Dreamweaver. Its rival, Adobe Systems, acquired Macromedia on December 3, 2005 and controls the line of Macromedia products.

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Macromedia - Leadership
... 1992 Bud Colligan is co-founder and CEO of Macromedia, a position he held until 1997 he served as Board Chairman 1992-1998. 1994 Altsys Corp and CEO James Von Ehr becomes a Macromedia vice-president, a position he held until 1997 ... Burgess is hired as CEO of Macromedia, a position he held until 2005 he served as Board Chairman 1998-2005, a position he held when the company was acquired by Adobe ...
List Of Macromedia Software
... of Adobe Systems products integrated from Macromedia ... Part of Adobe Systems Adobe Captivate (formerly RoboDemo) Adobe ColdFusion Adobe Connect (formerly Macromedia Breeze, Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro) Adobe ...
Jonathan Gay - Macromedia - Success of Flash
... In 2007, a survey found that the Flash Player was installed on 96% of Internet-enabled desktops worldwide and was used by over 2 million professionals. ...
Macromedia X Res - Features
... The main feature promoted by Macromedia was the ability of xRes to process files much larger than could be handled in memory (called 'xRes Mode') ... Macromedia required a faster release cycle, and it would have taken too much time to develop it to the stage where it could compete ... Once they were replaced, Macromedia's focus had changed so much that xRes was discontinued ...
List Of Mergers And Acquisitions By Adobe Systems - Acquisitions - Indirect Acquisitions
... Allaire Corporation Acquired by Macromedia Live Software Acquired by Allaire Corporation Authorware Inc Merged to form Macromedia MacroMind Merged to ...