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Die Wahl der Profis

Das vielseitige, von Anygraaf-Mitarbeitern entwickelte System hat insgesamt mehr als 400 Kunden allein in Finnland: von kleinen lokalen Zeitungsredaktionen bis hin zu Tageszeitungen mit mehr als hundert Redakteuren, sowie Druckereien, Nachrichtenagenturen, Bildagenturen und Buchverlagen

Kundenorientiert

Anygraaf betrachtet seine Auftraggeber nicht als Kunden, sondern als Partner. Wir definieren unseren Erfolg an der Anzahl unserer Auftraggeber. Wir nehmen uns die Zeit unseren Kunden zuzuhören und arbeiten mit ihnen gemeinsam daran Werkzeuge zu entwickeln, die effektiv ihren Anforderungen entsprechen. Wir erstellen nicht das, was wir für die beste Lösung erachten, sondern wir programmieren das, was unsere Kunden als beste Lösung benötigen, um ihre Arbeit optimal ausführen zu können.

Erfahrung in der Systementwicklung

Das Team, das für die Entwicklung der Anygraaf-Produkte verantwortlich ist, verfügt über mehr als 15 Jahre an Erfahrung in der Entwicklung von Lösungen für das Verlagswesen und gründete Anygraaf Oy im Jahr 1996. Heute sind über 15.000 Lizenzen der Produkte von Anygraaf in Betrieb, die ihren Nutzern dabei helfen, ihr Assetmanagement mit den redaktionellen Ansprüchen zu vereinen; und dies sowohl in Finnland, als auch in Schweden, Norwegen, den Niederlanden, Deutschland, Österreich, der Schweiz und den Vereinigten Staaten.

Finnish Regional Paper to Install Anygraaf Systems – Local publication to automate production

Finnish newspaper, JP Kunnallissanomat, has chosen Anygraaf for its publishing software needs. The installation will include the Neo by Anygraaf publishing system, AProfit ad management system, CProfit sales and distribution system and the ePlanner website management system.

A key issue in the decision to choose Anygraaf’s software was the existence of a complete publishing solution for the 6,600 circulation newspaper. CEO Matti Kakela stated “We wanted a turnkey solution for our entire system. Choosing Anygraaf enabled us to obtain all of the publication systems we required from one supplier.”

The Neo publishing system is a framework for the control and management of the editorial enterprise. It includes documents, editorial resources, event calendars, ideas, projects, plans and planning tools. Internal archives as well as the Internet can be accessed from within Neo, centralizing and simplifying data searches. Neo addresses the challenges of the publishing industry by providing advanced tools for communication, efficient ways of routing material to multiple publishing channels, instant messaging and a variety of asset classification options.

AProfit offers complete functionality for booking, billing and tracking ads. Ad order entry and ad tracking are managed within a system that integrates with asset management and page and edition planning solutions. AProfit delivers time savings and offers customers greater access with capabilities to book ads, submit material and approve proofs via the Internet. AProfit lets users book, track and plan ad placement from one common system.

CProfit is a sales and distribution system that allows publications to administer all subscription, delivery and customer information via one interface. It provides semi-automated customer maintenance and all subscription input is guided by default values that can be tailored for each publication’s needs. CProfit integrates with the AProfit ad management suite allowing AProfit to handle all of the billing for subscriptions entered in CProfit.

The ePlanner website management system integrates with the Neo publishing system to automatically build and maintain a publication's website. ePlanner offers a visual interface through which web pages are defined and planned and content is automatically extracted from the Neo system for formatting and placement. Additionally, ePlanner offers tools for article and freestanding comment forums, polls, galleries, archive searches, blogs and multimedia presentations.

Neo ePaper will also be installed at the newspaper; Neo ePaper publishes an exact replica of the printed edition online. Through Neo ePaper, readers can see the paper online exactly as it appeared in print, browse the paper page-by-page then highlight and click on any ad, image or article to view it in full detail. Readers can also perform full text searches, view each page as a PDF and browse section by section.

Installation is expected to be completed by Q1 of 2012.

About JP Kunnallissanomat

JP Kunnallissanomat is a twice weekly newspaper published by Jalasjärvi Oy. The paper was first published in 1955 under the name Jalasjärvi. Over the years, as the publication area expanded, the name changed to reflect the new regions being covered. The current name was adopted in 2003. The publication has a circulation of 6,600 and covers the Jalasjärvi and Peräseinäjoen areas of Western Finland.

JP Kunnallissanomat

Additional information

Managing Director Matti Käkelä, JP Kunnallissanomat/Jalasjärvi Oy, tel. +358 400 364 208.

Marketing Chief Sanna Virtanen, Anygraaf Oy, tel. +358 40 717 5603, sanna.virtanen [at] anygraaf.fi


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