Veteran content technology companies deepen strategic ties to offer superior multichannel content technology integrations for publishers and content marketing firms throughout the United States.
Hamburg (Germany)/New York, NY. (USA) - vjoon, a leading developer of software solutions for managing digital content and the maker of vjoon K4®, has signed DPCI as a direct integration partner in the U.S. market. DPCI is a veteran multichannel technology integration firm with 17 years of broad experience connecting print and digital workflows to organizations’ content management platforms. New and existing vjoon customers throughout the United States will be able to leverage DPCI’s broad experience in integrating vjoon K4 with other innovative solutions such as Drupal content management system, Entermedia digital asset management system, Adobe AEM Mobile, Adobe InDesign Server, and other state-of-the-art multichannel technologies.
“In the past year, vjoon asked to step up our relationship so that we could offer a more strategic technical partnership, given our expertise in interrelated content technologies,” states DPCI President and Founder, Joe Bachana. “We had been working with vjoon K4 for nearly a decade, so this is a good fit for the portfolio of technologies that we offer.”
With this partnership, vjoon continues to expand its global network of highly qualified industry experts for integration and services. vjoon K4 facilitates secure and efficient collaboration, highly automated workflows, an easy-to-handle administration and delivery of content to any channel. vjoon maintains an impressive list of famous American publishers such as American Lawyer Media, Bloomberg, Condé Nast, McGraw-Hill Education, ESPN, National Geographic, Rodale, The New York Times, Wenner Media and many more. Some of them, as for example The Daily Racing Form and the United Federation of Teachers, already benefit from DPCI’s extensive expertise in integrating Drupal with vjoon K4 to manage website content.
“Our strategy is to further enhance our global network with selected partners that add special capabilities,” said Andreas Schrader, CEO of vjoon. “With its broad expertise in vjoon K4 and interrelated content technology, DPCI will enable publishers and content marketers to quickly convert to new collaboration strategies resulting in lean and agile production environments.”
The partnership is effective immediately.