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Point Click & Drag Becomes a WoodWing Partner

Friday, March 27, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Detroit, USA -- Point Click & Drag, a consulting and integration group specializing in newspaper installations, has joined the WoodWing Software network of partners. As a partner, Point Click & Drag will help with the sales and installation of WoodWing’s full suite of editorial solutions, and offer training, advice and support.
 
Headquartered in southern Indiana, Point Click & Drag has handled software integration and other projects for newspapers in more than 10 states.
 
“Point Click & Drag handles projects for a variety of clients, but what impressed us most about them was their extensive experience working in the newspaper industry,” said Shawn Duffy, Managing Director of WoodWing USA. “That’s why we were eager to sign them on as a WoodWing partner. The newspaper industry is literally changing by the minute, and the people at Point Click & Drag have the background and the ability to help guide any publication into the future. They’re going to do an excellent job showing publishers how WoodWing’s solutions can save them time and money, and improve their ability to easily push content to any print or online channel.”
 
Point Click & Drag’s primary customer base is in the newspaper industry, and the company also works with corporate marketing departments, advertising agencies, creative professionals and schools. The company’s experience in editorial systems dates back to 1989, to the early years of desktop publishing. The company offers a full range of services, including specification, installation and configuration; network optimization; server load balancing, data structure and integration; workflow analysis; workstation integration and user support.

 

 

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