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ppi Media to be new Application Service Provider for Rheinische Post

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

The Rheinische Post (RP) has commissioned ppi Media GmbH to operate the application platform for all ppi applications used in the publishing and printing workflow. In future, ppi Media will also as power user support RP's employees should they require assistance in applying ppi's products.

ppi Media and circ IT, the IT service provider, will further develop their cooperation for this project. "During the past few years, the collaboration between ppi Media and circ IT convinced us. So we are continuing to back the successful cooperation between these partners. We will ensure that IT services will be continuously adjusted to the needs of the Rheinische Post," said Stephan Garre, publishing coordinator at Rheinische Post Verlagsgesellschaft mbH. For ppi Media and circ IT, this order forms the basis for further joint projects in the publishing industry.

ppi Media's Application Services
The decision was based on several aspects, which Norbert Ohl, managing director of ppi Media, summarized: "Our support team is on call 24/7 and knows all of ppi's solutions for the Rheinische Post, right down to the last detail. In addition, it has the experience and know-how that comes from over 100 installations throughout the world." The members of ppi Media's support team are continuously informed of new developments and updates and trained as required. Even possible alternatives to the customer's actual workflow, individual adjustments and standardized solutions can be installed and maintained with very little effort. ppi Media has been offering extensive IT services since the spring of 2010. Apart from remote services, it also offers monitoring solutions such as a capacity analysis for the exact evaluation of the IT infrastructure in publishing houses and a server check for monitoring and assessing all of the ppi installations at a publishing house. Furthermore, these IT services include cloning guidelines, i.e. customized instructions for duplicating production and test systems as well as possibilities for replication to ensure production security even if all of the primary servers break down.

 

 

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