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Cool Component Maker Slogans

I'm torn. Do cool slogans matter?

I'm fond of Infragistics' sort-of edgy "Killer Apps. No Excuses" (they even have an edgy font). Telerik's slogan is a little more uplifting: "Bring Your Ideas to Life." DevExpress doesn't appear to have one. Does that hurt their sales, I wonder? Is there a company slogan that resonates with you?

Posted by Peter Vogel on 01/06/2011 at 1:16 PM

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