Atex momentum continues in June with five more customer go-lives
21 June 2010 - Reading, UK— Five new media companies are live with Atex advertising and content management systems. With these go-lives, Atex completes twelve major implementations of its integrated product suite in May and early June 2010.
The five new go-lives include:
ABC (www.abc.es) the oldest national newspaper in Spain, reaching more than 700,000 readers, is live with 300 users on the Atex content management system for its editorial department. ABC is using the Atex system to support its convergent newsroom, which is responsible for creating, editing and delivering content for all its digital and print products. The Atex installation coincides with the launch of a completely revised graphical layout of the newspaper. ABC editors can now produce pages with both the Atex purpose-built and Adobe InDesign layout applications.
Caymanian Compass (www.compasscayman.com) a daily newspaper serving the Cayman Islands, is also live on the Atex editorial content management system. For The Compass, the Atex CMS streamlines the editorial workflow by providing a single platform to support the content production process for print and online channels.
Sydsvenskan (www.sydsvenskan.se), the leading morning newspaper in southern Sweden owned by the SDS Group, is live with 200 users on the Atex advertising system. Sydsvenskan is one of five SDS newspapers to install the Atex system, replacing three legacy advertising system.
UNT (www.unt.se) is another Swedish newspaper using the Atex advertising system. For UNT, the Atex advertising system provides a platform to support its entire ad production workflow, from ad sales and order-entry to production.
The Age (www.theage.com.au), a Melbourne, Australia-based newspaper that reaches more than 650,000 readers daily, is live on the Atex classified advertising system. The Age is part of the 3,500 seat complete content management and advertising system Atex is installing for The Fairfax Australia group.