The newspapers have produced earlier with Anygraaf’s Doris editorial system. They also use Anygraaf ad system AProfit and distribution system CProfit.
"Neo was a natural choice for us, as we have already used Anygraaf’s products for many years. In a challenging market environment, we need a system that is flexible, making production more efficient and reliable. We also have an extensive, technical cooperation with TS Group (big publisher in western Finland), which also uses Neo. Ultimately, our choice was easy to make", says chief editor Pär Landor.
Finnish-Swedish Åvo Underrättelser is published five days a week and spread widely in western Finland. The circulation is about 6,600 copies. Åbo Underrättelser is Finland's oldest newspaper still in publication, the first issue was published in 1824. This same publisher also publishes bilingual Paraisten Kuulutukset which is published once a week and has a circulation of about 4,500 copies.