Saariselän Sanomat - Fin­land's old­est moun­tain jour­nal - is a spe­cial is­sue fo­cused on tourism in north­ern La­p­land. It is dis­trib­uted free via dis­tri­b­u­tion chan­nels in north­ern La­p­land. The news­pa­per's cir­cu­la­tion is 30,000 copies. Saariselän Sanomat's four main news­pa­pers can be sub­scribed to in oth­er parts of Fin­land and is pub­lished four times a year. In the spring, al­so pub­lished week­ly sup­ple­ments that fo­cus on events and can be read free of charge on the web. Inari-Saariselkä News pub­lished in Eng­lish, Japan­ese, Chi­nese and French and is avail­able from No­vem­ber and through­out the win­ter pe­ri­od. These lan­guages can al­so be read for free on­line.

"We chose Any­graaf sys­tems be­cause they form a com­plete func­tion­al sys­tem of­fer­ing the op­por­tu­ni­ty to pub­lish pa­pers on the In­ter­net. We can si­mul­ta­ne­ous­ly pro­duce pa­pers at two lo­ca­tions, and may, where nec­es­sary sup­port from print­ing house and Any­graaf. With this new arrange­ment, we shall al­so have CRM and sales tools as we wished. I think with Any­graaf’s sys­tems we can make our or­ga­ni­za­tion more op­er­a­tional­ly ef­fi­cient. It's not a cheap in­vest­ment, but we be­lieve that it is worth its price, "said Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor Jari Haav­is­to