By: E&P Staff
Atex, Reading, England, announced that five more media companies in four countries recently went live with its advertising and content management systems, bringing to 12 the number of major implementations of its integrated product suite completed in May and early June 2010.
ABC, Spain’s oldest national newspaper, reaching more than 700,000 readers, has 300 editorial users on the Atex content management system, which supports a convergent newsroom responsible for creating, editing and delivering content for all digital and print products. The installation coincides with the newspaper’s completely revised layout. ABC editors can now produce pages using both the Atex and Adobe InDesign layout applications.
At the Caymanian Compass, a daily serving the Cayman Islands, the Atex CMS streamlines editorial workflow by providing one platform to support content production for print and online channels.
Sydsvenskan, a morning daily covering southern Sweden, has 200 users on the Atex advertising system. It is one of five SDS group newspapers with the system.
At another Swedish paper, UNT, the Atex advertising system provides a platform to support its entire ad production workflow, from ad sales and order-entry to production.
Part of the 3,500-seat complete content management and advertising system Atex is installing for The Fairfax Australia group, The Age, in Melbourne, is live on the Atex classified advertising system.