MCC Publishing Consultants, Inc. Announces New Client Projects
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Rochester, MI - MCC Publishing Consultants, Inc. has announced installation of elements of its TextStream family of products for use in the export of ads between net-linx (formerly Sii) and Baseview publishing systems at The Mobile Register in Mobile, Alabama and The Mississippi Press in Pascagoula, Mississippi. TextStream products are also being used by Perscombinatie Meulenhof (PCM) in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, La Opinión in Los Angeles, California, HL Communications, Inc. in Bloomfield, Hills, Michigan and D.T. McMann‚s, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
The TextStream family of text and data manipulation tools are stand-alone products that don't require user intervention, making them ideal for use in scripts that run in the background or on a server. They are available for all platforms and are not dependent on any proprietary publishing system. The TextStream family of products is designed to be used in text processing and data conversion.
MCC Publishing Consultants, Inc. has also just completed a development project with The Toronto Star of Toronto, Ontario, Canada utilizing Tandem programming and Sii system tools to export data to an in-house portal system. In addition, MCC announces web maintenance and design services for HL Communications, Inc. of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Compu-Ad of Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan and the Rochester Community House in Rochester, Michigan.
MCC Publishing Consultants, Inc. provides a wide array of services and products, including system support, system integration, pagination consulting and support, text conversion software, PostScript conversion assistance, font customization and design, Internet and WWW support and design services and custom programming and product development. Additional MCC clients include The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, Detroit Newspapers and The Toronto Star.
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