Content management and media publishing system software developer, Anygraaf, announces its expansion into the Indian market through by entering into a strategic sales and distribution partnership with newspaper industry supplier Cadgraf Digitals.
Based in Chennai, India, Cadgraf Digitals is a solution provider for the press and prepress industries. The company's activities are vertically integrated to encompass newspaper publishing, workflow systems, color management, software correction for presses, training, print-to-digital conversion and Indic Fonts. Over the last 25 years, Cadgraf has worked with many Indian publishing houses including The Hindu, Anandabazar Patrika, Daily Thanthi, Eenadu, Vasan Publications and Malayala Manorama.
Cadgraf will offer the complete line of Anygraaf’s publishing solutions, which include the AProfit ad management system for display and classified ads; the Neo multi-channel content management system for print, web and mobile production; and the CProfit content access and subscription management system.
"We have been working with magazine and newspaper publishers in India for over 25 years - and our customers have been looking for a solution that would facilitate true multi-channel publishing - a single interface platform that could plan and monitor editorial content for newspapers, magazines, web, mobile devices and social media,” said A Elangovan, Managing Director of Cadgraf Digitals.
“We found Anygraaf's Neo to be the most versatile solution that allows for page and edition planning, integrated archives and feeds and automatic pagination for ads and editorial content. Our customers have loved Neo's write-once, publish-many environment for content management in English or Indian languages,” Elangovan added. “Anygraaf has the most comprehensive array of products that we have evaluated for Indian publishers with modules specifically for display and classified ad management, circulation and distribution management, a fully configurable web CMS and branded mobile / web apps."
“We are excited about the opportunity to offer our solutions to the Indian market,” said Hannu Inberg, Anygraaf managing director. “We believe there is tremendous growth potential for newspapers in India and we look forward to helping the media companies in the market meet the multi-channel publishing needs of the industry.”
“Anygraaf strives to be our customers’ strategic media solutions partner and to meet that goal we seek to work with local partners that share that same philosophy,” Inberg says. “In Cadgraf we see a partner that shares in this philosophy by offering its customers strong knowledge of and broad depth in the solutions they deliver their customers. In this we see a long lasting relationship.”
Anygraaf Oy is the Finnish developer of asset management and publishing production systems. Founded in 1996, Anygraaf Oy maintains offices in Helsinki and Turku, Finland and provides sales, service and support through its subsidiaries Anygraaf Ab in Sweden, Anygraaf USA Inc in North America and partners Anygraaf Deutschland GmbH in Germany, Penthion Media Technologies in The Netherlands and Intergraph Corp and Ultragraph Corp serving the Caribbean and Central and South America. Approximately 15,000 users working at more than 400 hundred organizations including newspapers, magazines, book publishers and corporate and government agencies are working with Anygraaf’s systems every day.
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