By: E&P Staff
Digital Technology International, Salt Lake City, is introduceing MediaHarbor, an enterprisewide software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosted platform for the full suite of DTI solutions, including editorial, advertising, Web publishing and circulation.
MediaHarbor protects newspapers in a rapidly changing market, offering reduced overall costs, smaller up-front capital investment, and faster implementations and upgrades, while also eliminating day-to-day hardware and systems maintenance, according to DTI.
With extensive ancillary solutions, customers will be able to quickly add solutions to existing workflows. DTI will integrate any third-party applications into MediaHarbor through its Liquid Media technology, which enables newspapers to seamlessly share information and creative assets throughout the enterprise and through any media, flowing data into any system, existing or new, regardless of platform.
“Through economies of scale, MediaHarbor will contain or lower current operational costs and enable newspapers to adopt the new solutions they need to transform their business models without upfront capital expenditures,” DTI CEO Don Oldham said in a statement.
DTI says it will manage all solutions and databases from a central, 100% uptime location, with browser-based customer access and the same user experience as access from a local database.
Configured as a single-tenant installation, MediaHarbor SaaS manages customers from their own database applications, with fail-over redundancies in place to ensure continuity.