MEI, an Adobe® premier development partner and a leading provider of software for the publishing industry, today announced the continued expansion of its Adobe Digital Publishing Suite customer list. With new customers adopting DPS as their tablet-publishing solution, MEI is now the leading Adobe DPS reseller worldwide by a large margin in both revenue and number of customers, according to Adobe.
Among MEI’s new Professional-level customers are the Museum of Modern Art, Deloitte, Thomson Reuters, University of Alabama, Newsday, Los Angeles Times and Sherwin-Williams.
Recent Enterprise-level customers include Wenner Media (Rolling Stone, US Weekly and Men’s Journal), The Smithsonian Institute, Newsweek/Daily Beast, WGBH (the Boston-based PBS/NPR affiliate) and the U.S. Equestrian Federation.
The Adobe DPS Enterprise level offers some of the most powerful options for tablet publishing, such as the ability to build in-house applications for private distribution, as well as advanced subscription fulfillment and management with direct entitlement. MEI also works closely with Enterprise customers to build unique digital storefronts that drive merchandising and promote content with entirely customizable features.
Several new Adobe DPS clients have also taken advantage of specialized DPS training and custom development services from MEI tablet experts.
"We're proud to support the largest group of DPS customers among Adobe's authorized resellers," said Mark Leister, senior vice president of business development at MEI. "Our team is helping clients open new revenue channels and rethink business opportunities. We're making it possible for them to revolutionize how they deliver content."