In October 2022, Seawave Corporation, publisher of the Cape May County Herald in Rio Grande, New Jersey, signed a contract with SCS to implement the Community Advertising System to standardize and modernize its advertising and production workflows.
SCS’s systems will provide The Herald with a tightly integrated workflow as well as automation in the layout and pagination areas. In addition, the SCS package includes Managed Services for not only the software, but also for the back-end servers and operating systems.
“Our Community Advertising System with Managed Services is an ideal package for any publishing company looking to focus less on infrastructure and IT management, and more on local journalism and being an important part of their community,” says Phil Curtolo, vice president of sales at SCS.
According to Associate Publisher Benjamin Hall, “The Cape May County Herald has been a leading innovator in South Jersey for over 50 years and partnering with SCS strengthens our ability to deliver hybrid marketing solutions to our advertising partners and award winning journalism to the hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors to the Jersey Shore.”
SCS offers an extensive line of publishing-related applications, including Layout-8000™. More than 300 sites producing over 2,000 publications in 10 countries in five languages use SCS mission-critical software every day. SCS also resells award-winning digital asset management software from FotoWare based in Oslo, Norway. SCS is privately owned by Kurt Jackson. You can learn more at www.newspapersystems.com.
About Seawave Corporation:
Seawave Corporation, the parent organization for Seawave Media (Cape May County Herald) and Seawave Marketing (Seawave Digital), has served the residents, visitors and business of Cape May County for over five decades. The Herald reaches a weekly audience of more than 200,000 people, throughout and beyond Cape May County. You can learn more about Seawave Corporate at marketing.capemaycountyherald.com.
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