Cadgraf at World Publishing Expo 2014 – Changing the rules of cross-channel publishing

Cadgraf at World Publishing Expo 2014 – Changing the rules of cross-channel publishing

Cadgraf participated with its partners at the World Publishing Expo 2014 in Amsterdam, 13-15 October at the Amsterdam RAI. The event combined three Strategic Conferences, the Newsroom Summit, the Tablet and App Summit, and the World Printer’s Forum; and three Media Ports focusing on Content, Revenue, and the Power of Print.

Anygraaf (Finland) exhibited its complete line of content management and publishing production solutions, including Neo by Anygraaf, which brings management and planning of all media types to a single console. Neo offers seamless planning and transparent flow of content to Web, print and other publishing platforms. Neo provides “Digital first” approach using NeoDirect. Neo powered by NeoDirect module offers intelligent, integrated and transparent web and mobile publishing capabilities. Anygraaf’s mobile application AnyReader fulfills publishing portfolio enabling deep reader engagement. Also on display were AProfit (display and classified ad management system includes strong CRM functions) and CProfit subscription and carrier distribution management system, which manages circulation, routes, districts and carriers including all financial transactions.

New-ProImage (Israel) showcased their ink optimization software (OnColor) which is now available in the Cloud or on-premise – and is saving money for a wide range of newspaper and magazine publishers. Benefits include improved print quality and less set-off. ProImage also showcased The Hindu (one of the major English language newspapers in India) that have installed ProImage Press Register on their aging presses , an innovative software solution that corrects mis-registration on a printing press without the need to physically touch the press.

To attract and grow their audiences via the various channels, publishers need to use an increasing number of media files such as images, videos, audio and more, resulting in dramatically and continuously increasing file stocks. As a consequence, solutions for the management of digital assets need to rely on unlimited scaling. With an entirely rewritten server architecture, the new version 5 of WoodWing´s digital asset management solution Elvis DAM enables the swift management of up to one billion assets. WoodWing (Netherlands) also presented itself at the World Publishing Expo with a new, two-story booth in a trendy sea container format. Visitors talked to members of the WoodWing team as well as to representatives of partners including A&F Computersysteme AG (Switzerland and Germany), Publiqare and Graphit (both from The Netherlands), Creative Systems Engineering (France), Myjour and Adobe. On Tuesday evening, WoodWing invited the WoodWing community – customers, prospects and partners – to a dazzling party at Jimmy Woo, Amsterdam’s hippest location.

dataplan (Germany) has been active in the publishing industry for more than 30 years, specializing in planning software for magazine and newspaper houses. Many leading publishers worldwide use JournalDesigner to produce their publications. Similarly, growing numbers of newspaper publishing houses are selecting JournalSuite as a planning system. dataplan showcased JournalDesigner, the core of the modular ERP system JournalSuite. Other modules and web applications are: MagazineDesigner for issue planning as a web application, AdvertDesigner for producing classified and displayed ads, JournalBrowser for viewing issues in planning, ReservationDesigner for planning ad reservations, ClassifiedDesigner for classified ad pagination and AdobeInDesignPlugIn for integrating of the flatplan.

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