SCS is pleased to announce that Teton Media Works, based in Jackson, Wyoming, and publisher of the Jackson Hole News&Guide and the Jackson Hole Daily, has successfully implemented SCS/ClassPag, the newspaper industry’s fastest and most efficient automated classified pagination system.
The independent local media company’s print and digital publications have strong classified display sections, and when its Mac-based software from another vendor stopped being updated and began to falter on an ancient operating system, the Wyoming publisher asked SCS to provide an alternative as quickly as possible.
“The web based SCS/ClassPag platform enabled our design team to train quickly and assemble classified pages, even from remote work settings. We collaborated to customize the SCS product to meet our unique publishing needs, including automation on previously manual layout tasks, and look forward to continued vendor support from another family-owned company in the future,” said Adam Meyer, COO at Teton Media Works.
“With SCS/ClassPag now available in the cloud, SCS is able to deliver the industry’s best classified pagination solution in warp speed,” according to Phil Curtolo, director of sales at SCS. “Our team had the environment up and running and were working on product configurations just a few hours after we received the signed contract.”
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 is privately held by Kurt Jackson. You can learn more at www.newspapersystems.com.
About Teton Media Works:
With a heritage in Jackson Hole spanning over four decades, the Teton Media Works family of local publications, marketing solutions and printing services all work toward a mission of providing timely, relevant news and insight, while creating opportunities to connect advertisers with audiences. You can learn more at www.tetonmediaworks.com.
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