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Indiana publisher selects SCS to provide integrated advertising, production and editorial solution

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In October, The Papers, Inc., a Northern Indiana-based publishing company, signed contracts with SCS to implement the Community Advertising System and Community Publishing System to standardize the advertising, production and editorial workflows across its 16 weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines.

SCS’s systems will provide The Papers with a tightly integrated workflow as well as automation in the layout and pagination areas. In addition, the SCS package includes Managed Services for not only the software, but also for the back-end servers and operating systems.

“Our CAS and CPS solutions with Managed Services are the ideal package for any publishing company looking to focus less on infrastructure and IT management, and more on local journalism and being an important part of their community,” says Phil Curtolo, director of sales at SCS. “The team at The Papers searched long and hard for the right solution, and I’m pleased that they recognized the value that SCS brings to the table.”

“We are delighted to onboard yet another publisher of community publications,” adds Kurt Jackson, SCS’s managing member and owner. “Helping them streamline advertising, production and content curation is one of the three pillars of our company."

About SCS:

SCS offers an extensive line of publishing-related applications, including Layout-8000™. More than 300 sites producing over 2,000 publications in 10 countries in five languages use SCS mission-critical software every day. SCS is privately held by Kurt Jackson. You can learn more about SCS at www.newspapersystems.com.

About The Papers, Inc.:

The Papers, Inc. is a thriving printing and publishing operation based in Northern Indiana, publishing 16 weekly and monthly newspapers and magazines as well as numerous circulars, brochures and catalogs. In addition, the company offers commercial printing services, as well as promotional products through its SpectraPrint subsidiary. You can learn more about The Papers, Inc. at http://www.the-papers.com.

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