Autologic Becomes the Exclusive Distributor of Tera Digital Publishing Software
Press release from the issuing company
Las Vegas, NV (NEXPO Booth #122) – June 16, 2003 – Autologic, an Agfa Company, announced today that it has become Tera Digital Publishing Software’s exclusive distributor in the United States and Canada. As such, Autologic is able to provide a complete newspaper workflow from editorial to the press.
Tera Digital Publishing provides the software technology for Autologic’s Tera Publishing System, Tera Editorial, Tera Classified and Tera Content Manager, all leading products that help simplify the process of providing editorial input, pagination, editorial workflow, remote access, cross-media publishing and digital asset management.
“Autologic and Tera have been very close partners over the years, and no one understands our products better than Autologic,” said Tera’s Roberto Antoniotti, President of Tera Business. “We are very pleased to work together to bring a unified software solution that provides a complete newspaper production process in an integrated environment with a simple user interface,” Antoniotti added.
“As a leading supplier in the newspaper publishing industry, it is our goal to make sure newspaper publishers can have a single source supplier from ‘Keystroke to Press,’” said Al Brunner, Agfa Systems and Consulting Spokesperson. “For the past 13 years, Tera Publishing has provided the industry with cost-effective, highly productive editorial, pagination, web publishing and archiving software technology. We are excited to be able to offer this technology and provide newspaper publishers with productive and integrated solutions," Brunner added.
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