Albuquerque daily goes Atex

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Posted: Monday, October 1, 2012 11:39 am

The Albuquerque (N.M) Publishing Co. went live with Atex Advertising to support its ad management.

APC, which prints the Albuquerque Journal and four sister editions serving greater Albuquerque, is using the app for order entry, scheduling, tracking, reporting and billing. The 75-seat deployment replaces several legacy databases.

“The Atex system enables the Albuquerque Publishing Co. to run more efficiently and effectively,” said MIS Director Monty Midyette in a statement.

Meantime, German newspaper and magazine publisher Tagesspiegel-Gruppe went live on Atex Content.

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