By: E&P Staff
Los Angeles-based Shoom Inc. announced that Gannett’s USA Today recently contracted for Shoom eTearSheets and Shoom eInvoices online services.
Shoom eTearSheets’ on-demand network provides more than 300,000 advertisers and agencies with free instantaneous searching of more than a million pages from more than 100 titles, going back as far as five years, from one secure Web site. Shoom will archive newspapers for 10 years.
“Shoom forecasts the number of titles in its network to grow to more than 1,000 in the next 12 to 18 months,” Shoom Executive Vice President and General Manager Mike Lynch said in a statement.
Shoom eInvoices works with the eTearSheets service to deliver invoices and statements over the Internet quickly, accurately, and securely. “By combining Shoom eInvoices with Shoom eTearSheets, users can process both billing and proof-of-publication tasks much more efficiently,” Shoom CEO William Freschi said in a statement.
Shoom and Ad Express Canada, which represents Shoom in the Canadian market, form TransData International’s Digital Services Division, with more than 80 personnel in Los Angeles, Toronto, and Montreal and 2005 revenues of approximately $66.5 million.