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Reference Manager

A proprietary software package designed to manage bibliographic references.
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We're thrilled about this partnership and to combine the expertise of Revman International Inc.
When it comes to evoking a sophisticated yet enduring lifestyle, few names carry as much impact as Perry Ellis," said Richard Roman, President and CEO of Revman.
We are excited to be working with Steve Madden and look forward to translating his unique fashion sense into products for the home," said Richard Roman, President and CEO of Revman International.
Kim Pehle, director of retail development for Revman, said the company has used MCG's services at a number of its retail customers.
I am very excited to be entering the extensive market of home furnishings with Revman Industries," commented designer Tommy Hilfiger.
ALREADY A LICENSING POWERHOUSE, Revman added yet another iconic name--Wedgwood--to its stable during the textiles market.
Revman reconfigured the layout of its showroom for market week, and one reason was to give "special impact" for the Michael Kors program by placing the collection front and center, said Diane Piemonte, vice president of creative services.
The combination of electronics (TBS), print and hands-on accessibility is viewed as the optimum exposure for Golf Digest and the 'Tour de Golf' sponsors," says Bruce Revman, director of sales for NYT Event/Sports Marketing.
Bed linens is the single longest-running license--more than 20 years with Revman International--and indeed she says, "Fashion bed linens is the most recognized category for Laura Ashley.
WITH ITS FIRST QUARTER-CENTURY IN BUSINESS ALMOST complete, Revman is making a big move--literally.
consumers include Talbots (NYSE: TLB), a retailer and cataloger of classic women's apparel; Revman Industries, designer/wholesaler of bed linens and bathroom accessory products; and its business partners in Japan include Laura Ashley, the British retailer of traditional English fashion and fabrics; the Body Shop, which produces cosmetics and toiletries from natural ingredients, and General Mills (represented in Japan by the Red Lobster restaurant chain).