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Pressmart adds National Review magazine to list of new global clients

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Pressmart adds National Review magazine to list of new global clients

Pressmart Media Ltd, a new media delivery partner of worldwide magazines and newspapers, has announced that New York-based National Review magazine would deploy its e-Publishing solution.

Erik Zenhausern, Circulation Director, National Review magazine, said, “This is a significant product initiative for us. We are confident that Pressmart’s technology will create an entirely new and refreshing experience for National Review’s current and future readers.”

“The process of working with Pressmart Media has been excellent. We got exactly what we had been looking for, even with very challenging project deadlines we put forth to Pressmart. With the added benefits of Pressmart e-Publishing solution, we have gone one more step forward in creating exciting new ways of meeting the needs of readers, domestically and globally,” he added.

Myles M Fuchs, President, Pressmart Media Ltd, said, “At Pressmart, we are always focused on delivering the best technology solutions to our publishers. Increasingly, publishers are seeking to implement and deliver innovative electronic publishing solutions for their demanding online readers. Pressmart’s new media delivery solutions represent a value-based approach for online magazine publishers, built on reliable technology that is both publisher and reader friendly.”

Commenting on Pressmart’s growing recognition in the global e-Publishing market, Sanjeev Gupta, CEO, Pressmart Media, said, “Pressmart’s new media delivery technology is designed to deliver lasting business value to its customer, backed by constant innovation and customisations. Our performance is testified by some of the world’s most respected publishers who continue to expand their relationships with Pressmart.”


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