Dag og Tid previously produced its website without automation and integration with its editorial system Neo. With increased demands for more and faster publication in different channels, the need for an integrated system solution for the website has increased. Dag og Tid also wants to increase the added value for the readers by publishing more content on the new website.

- During the past year, we have taken active steps in the digital publishing of our newspaper. The new website has been an important part of our offering to our readers. With limited resources, we need a solution that is based on a lot of automation where we have the opportunity to easily make manual changes, says Dag og Tid Marketing Manager Gregor Falkner.

Dag og Tid AS publishes the weekly newspaper Dag og Tid, which is Norway's only nationwide newspaper in Nynorsk language. The first test number came out in 1962. The company has also book publishing activities to a lesser extent. The magazine has increased in circulation and in 2018 the official circulation was 11,357 copies. Ownership is spread at nearly 1,000 shareholders.

Dag og Tid is politically independent, but have a clear counter-current profile. The magazine places great emphasis on articles on culture and politics, as well as providing space for submitters and articles that cover a wide range of public perceptions.

Anygraaf is a company that develops software for the media industry. Anygraaf with partners today has customers in 20 countries for the company's editorial systems, DAM solutions, subscription and distribution systems and advertising systems.

Further information:

Day and Time: head of business Ola Relling and marketing manager Gregor Falkner

Anygraaf AB: CEO Oscar Yngwe