Alias plugging product with Internet presence

Software developer Alias Research of Toronto has opened a site on the Internet to attract people interested in digital imagery.The site, called Alian Nation, will include company and product information, technical support, and an Alian store where people can order software,...

Software developer Alias Research of Toronto has opened a site on the Internet to attract people interested in digital imagery.

The site, called Alian Nation, will include company and product information, technical support, and an Alian store where people can order software, or find out how to order it in a more traditional way.

Images and text, supplied by Alias and users, will also be available to download and share.

‘It’s a taste test of what people can create with our software,’ says Franca Miraglia, public relations manager for Alias.

‘Our users are a very technologically advanced group of people that regularly surfs the Internet,’ Miraglia says.

‘It just made sense that to talk to them we should be where they go for information,’ she says.

Alian Nation site developer John Morch says the company is ‘trying to promote the idea that we are a community of users with our customers.’ AB