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WoodWing Software partners with MEI to expand its footprint in the U.S. and Canada

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Detroit, MI / Jenkintown, PA – WoodWing Software and MEI have established a partnership to market WoodWing´s multi-channel publishing solution Enterprise and its digital asset management application Elvis DAM in North America. With this move, WoodWing continues to expand its footprint in the United States and Canada.

MEI CEO Dennis McGuire (left) and WoodWing CEO Roel-Jan Mouw are very excited about the new partnership and are looking forward to a successful joint future.

MEI, founded in 1990, delivers products, services, consulting and custom development to publishers and creative teams working in a wide range of media. MEI offers its own products and services ranging from ad-layout software for small-scale shops to enterprise asset and workflow management for multi-national operations. The company maintains a user base of more than 3,000 publications in 53 countries.

WoodWing is a global provider of software and services for publishing and communications. With its cost-effective offerings, WoodWing enables its customers to create, manage, publish, share and monetize content in any format with unparalleled efficiency. With its acknowledged innovative power and customer focus, WoodWing enables its customers to adopt the latest technologies and strategies to quickly convert them into new business models.

Both companies serve the publishing and communications industry, enabling magazine, newspaper and book publishers as well as marketing and corporate communications departments and agencies to publish to print, the Web, social media, mobile and tablets in a highly efficient manner. The solutions offered by the two partners cover all tasks in the respective workflows – from planning and creation to publication, archiving and re-purposing of content.

“Heading into its 25thyear in business, MEI has a long history of implementing and supporting numerous systems. We managed to be on top of the transition from paper to pixels, and we continue to help our customers to profit from the 21st-century information revolution,” said Mark Leister, senior vice president of business development at MEI. “In this context, the addition of WoodWing’s solutions to our portfolio is a perfect complement to our best-of-breed philosophy.”

“The business thinking and the strategies of MEI and WoodWing are very similar, making this partnership a perfect match and resulting in a much stronger position and faster growth of WoodWing in North America,” said Roel-Jan Mouw, CEO of WoodWing Software. “We are very excited about this new partnership and are looking forward to a successful joint future.”

MEI will market WoodWing´s multi-channel publishing solution Enterprise as well as the digital asset management solution WoodWing Elvis DAM. Both are among the world's leading systems in their fields and already have a broad customer base in North America. In addition to the comprehensive experience of the MEI team, the optional integration with the solutions from MEI will help to further strengthen the position of WoodWing´s solutions in the North American markets.


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