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The choice of the professionals

The versatile software developed by Anygraaf's personnel has altogether over 200 customers in Finland: newspapers varying from small local papers to newspapers with more than one hundred editors, printing offices, news agencies, image agencies and book publishers.

Customer oriented

Anygraaf views clients not as customers, but as partners. We define our success as the sum of our customers’. That’s why we take the time to listen to our customers and work with them to develop the tools they need to effectively meet their needs. We don’t build what we think is the best solution, we build what our customers tell us is the best solution to do their work.

Experience in system development

The team responsible for the development of Anygraaf products offers more than 20 years of experience producing solutions for the publishing industries. Today, more than 15,000 users of Anygraaf’s content and financial management systems are at work meeting their organizations’ publishing needs throughout Europe and North America.

Neo by Anygraaf helping future journalist learn craft

Finnish university employs system as part of curriculum and weekly magazine production

The University of Tampere has completed its first semester using Neo by Anygraaf as part of its journalism curriculum and production of its weekly student-made magazine.

Approximately 85 students and university faculty and staff will use Neo each semester in classes, department activity and production of Utain, the weekly magazine produced by students. The multi-channel CMS helps students produce a publication and get used to "real-world" tools and workflows. With Neo, students and staff work with planning tools, workflow control, wire services, editing for digital and print channels and experience reporting from the field. Production, ad layout and pagination are handled through Anygraaf's Planner edition management and ad layout system and AdobeR InDesignR CS5.5. Proofreading, spell check and grammar and language planning systems are provided by Anygraaf partner, Lingsoft, and are completely integrated with the NEO system.

Neo updates Anygraaf's Doris system, which was previously used by the university.

The University of Tampere Department of Communication, Media and Theatre is the oldest school of journalism in Finland. The student magazine, Utain, is produced weekly during the school year and is published in print and online.

For more information about the University of Tampere contact Ari Heinonen, Senior Lecturer (journalism), (in English) (only in Finnish)

For information about Neo contact Sanna Virtanen, Anygraaf Marketing Manager,, tel +358 40 717 5603

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