Norway IDAG previously produced its weekly magazine without an editorial system. Growing demands for larger and faster web publishing lead to the need for an integrated system solution that would meet all of Norway IDAG’s needs. "For us, it has been important to gather as many functions as possible in one system. We wish to use our resources to make good content, not to handle technical systems. We chose Anygraaf because the company could offer us a complete solution and it is quite easy to adapt the system to our wishes and needs," says Norge IDAG’s Assistant Editor and Project Manager Bjarte Ystebø.
Norge IDAG is Norway's largest Christian weekly magazine. It is independent and distributed to more than 11 000 subscribers throughout Norway. The newspaper's headquarters are located in Bergen and it was founded in 1999.
Norway IDAG publishes news on society, politics, cultural life and Christian life, as well as personal stories, current debate news and foreign news with a special focus on Israel.
Anygraaf is a company that develops software for the media industry. Anygraaf and its partners have customers in 20 different countries using the company's editorial systems, DAM solutions, and subscription, distribution and advertising systems.
Neo is Anygraaf's media content planning and management system. It is an excellent tool for planning and implementing editorial work. It also meets more comprehensive and versatile production and content publishing objectives.
Norge IDAG, Bjarte Ystebø, Assistant Editor / Project Manager
Anygraaf AB, Oscar Yngwe, CEO