'Christian Science Monitor' Live on Softcare's K4 Publishing System

By: E&P Staff A 75-seat installation of the K4 Publishing System is up and running at the Christian Science Monitor, where editors use the new software to produce the print and online editions of the century-old paper. The K4 system is from German developer Softcare and distributed exclusively in the U.S. by MEI, Jenkintown, Pa.

The Monitor is the first U.S. publication to go live with the latest version of the K4, and the first to purchase the K4 Web Editor module for remote editing and writing via the Internet.


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