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.

Fur­ther in­for­ma­tion:

Norge IDAG, Bjarte Ys­te­bø, As­sis­tant Ed­i­tor / Project Man­ag­er

Any­graaf AB, Os­car Yn­g­we, CEO