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vjoon Pushes for Growth in Asia, Enters China

Thursday, May 09, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Hamburg (Germany)/Hong Kong - vjoon GmbH, a global leader in digital and print publishing software, is pushing for revenues growth in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region. The company’s worldwide network was recently extended with an experienced reseller and integration partner, Hong Kong-based Compose System Ltd. At about the same time, the Chinese subsidiary of a global media corporation opted for the cross-media publishing platform vjoon K4® and Compose will provide technical support for this new customer. What’s more, vjoon succeeded in fast-tracking vjoon K4’s localization so that it is now optimized to meet the demands of the Chinese market.

“The Asia-Pacific region in general and China in particular harbor enormous potential for growth. Like everywhere in the world, customers here expect efficient, forward-looking software solutions,” says vjoon’s CEO Andreas Schrader. “vjoon meets these expectations and is a top player in multichannel publishing platforms, as we have been demonstrating for over a decade in America and Europe. Now we have joined forces with a strong local partner, Compose, to prove our merits in China.”

“The demand for professional publishing solutions is high among Chinese publishers and media companies, particularly working toward the multichannel publication,“ says Tom Sit, Managing Director of Compose. “And our customers believe vjoon K4 is way ahead when it comes to efficiently unifying the traditional world of print with the modern digital world.”

vjoon is already doing business in various Asia-Pacific countries, for example, with Cadgraf Digitals in India, EvioTech in Thailand, and Nexus IT & Communications Solutions in Australia. The company also serves and supports customers such as Vasan Publishing, New Straits Times Press and Trade & Logistics Siam in the APAC region.

 

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