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An “EPIC” Story of One Academy Intern

The Woodlands, TX, January 21, 2003 - In 1990 Bill Gates said "Multimedia will be bigger than anything we know" and over the holidays Austin Mueller, a sophomore at the Academy of Science and Technology had a chance to learn all about this industry during his internship at the epic software group. Epic is a 12 year old multimedia development company located in a state-of-the-art production facility in the Woodlands, and Vic Cherubini, the President of epic, has worked with interns from…

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A Little Bit of Hollywood in Houston

Houston, TX - September 1, 2002 - Film and video audiences today have become accustom to watching dazzling special effects and incredible 3D animation from big budget Hollywood productions. So how is a smaller production company to compete with these visual extravaganzas? "Most of the film and video production companies we work with have much simpler needs, and we can usually help them work within a very limited budget," said Vic Cherubini, President of the epic software group. Cherubini…

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Epic Software Completes Excel Book for Microsoft

The Woodlands, Texas - November 21, 2001 - the epic software group, inc. completed work on a new book for Microsoft's newly released spreadsheet application Excel 2002. Microsoft Excel 2002 Plain & Simple was written by well know author Curtis Frye under contract by Epic. Frye has written extensively on Microsoft Excel, Access, Active Server Pages, as well as the issue of privacy law in international business. "He is able to explain complex subjects in terms we can all understand,"…

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Flash 5 Design From Concept to Creation

The Woodlands, Texas - August 21, 2001 - Stacy Hiquet, Book Director for Premier Press Books has announced that Flash 5 Design - from Concept to Creation has gone into its second printing. "The book was released in early 2001 and was well received in both North America and Europe", said Hiquet. If you have been to a web site and were dazzled by the animated graphics, music and sound, chances are the site was developed using a software program by Macromedia called Flash. Last year Macromedia…

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PH Association Goes Hi-Tech to Find a Cure

The Woodlands, TX - July 27, 2001 - Imagine going to your doctor's office with your young daughter who is experiencing shortness of breath, and leaving with a diagnoses of Pulmonary Hypertension - a rare and as of yet, incurable disease. "These two words changed our lives" said Marcia Stibbs, whose daughter Emily was diagnosed with PH four years ago, when she was just five years old. "I left the office wanting to know everything about the disease and how we were going to battle…

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Pennzoil-Quaker State use “e-cards’ to Promote Brands

The Woodlands, TX - January 12, 2001- How does a company with hundreds of consumer products and dozens of brands effectively promote them? Traditionally most large companies have used print ads, television commercials and outdoor advertising. Today the Web is hot, but any company's site is in competition with literally millions of pages that are part of the digital landscape. So how can a company use new media to cut through the clutter and encourage a consumer to focus on their brand? The Pennzoil-Quaker…

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UNIQUE ANIMATIONS - Software company grows with 3D

By Jim Belew - Business editor President Vic Cherubini of epic software group demonstrates vivid computer imagery to other artists within the group. The visual uniqueness of the graphic images adds to the artistic atmosphere of the company's building on Sawdust Road in The Woodlands. epic's Web site is at http://www.epicsoftware.com. Pigs fly here, but that's not too unusual for a place where a giant red soft drink cup strides King Kong-fashion through a metropolitan landscape, trailing…

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Creating a Compaq Design

Presentations Magazine - October 2000 - Edited by Julie Hill - Page 15 ...One of epic's recent jobs involved preparing a multiuse trade show presentation for Compaq Computer Corp. To launch its Insight LC software, Compaq wanted to create an interactive product demo to run on kiosks throughout its trade show booth. The demo would appear on a CD-ROM handout with a light version of the software screensaver. The business unit manager needed to use the same demo for a white-paper presentation during…

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