Quincy Chooses WorldNow CMS
Dec 27, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
WorldNow, an online technology, content and revenue-solutions company for local media, has announced that Quincy Newspapers, dba Quincy, has chosen WorldNow's Online Content Management System to develop and deliver relevant and up to the minute local news and information for its newspaper websites.
Striving for a competitive and efficient digital online publishing advantage, WorldNow said it was chosen for its CMS tools and its strategic business model aimed at customer growth. WorldNow offers a SaaS CMS, Video, Mobile, Tablet, Strategic Planning, Content Features, and National and Local Revenue models.
"We believe in the WorldNow model," said Mary Winters, Vice President of Quincy's Interactive and Newspapers Divisions. "They have the ability to provide us the scale we need to compete in all aspects in the digital space and are taking us far beyond the next level. Quincy's decision to move to the WorldNow platforms was influenced by WorldNow's commitment to excellence in all categories, including customer service. Quincy resources can now focus more on content and revenue while leaving the technology up to WorldNow."
"We value the site design flexibility and ease of use WorldNow's platform offers," said Jon Okerstrom, Senior Internet Director for Quincy. "WorldNow has also successfully integrated our third-party content metering and online subscription management systems, as well as the content delivery systems in the newsrooms at the Quincy Herald-Whig and at the New Jersey Herald. WorldNow's technical expertise is helping us to break new ground for our customers and for our company. WorldNow's content and revenue strategies are also helping us connect with our readers and advertisers on a new level. We believe WorldNow is a key component to our future success in the digital and traditional space."
"We are extremely proud to have won the confidence of Quincy's newspaper group," said Charlie Ponger, Vice President Distribution and Client Development for WorldNow's Online Publishing Group. "Our relationship with Quincy will help open the doors to other newspapers who will want to learn more about our comprehensive business model as a great alternative."
Quincy Newspapers owns two newspapers, 12 television stations, two radio stations and also operates KXLT under a joint sales and shared services agreement.
((Comments on this story may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org))
[ Back To TMCnet.com's Homepage ]