October 4, 2014 in iAnnouncements (F)
[prMac.com] Jenkintown, Pennsylvania - Managing Editor Inc. (MEI), a leading provider of digital publishing and workflow solutions, has announced that Stony Brook University, a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, has chosen TruEdit as its workflow solution for Stony Brook Magazine. Stony Brook Magazine, published by the office of external relations, gives alumni and friends a portal into the news and events affecting the university. The team needed to streamline production without sacrificing ease of use and flexibility.
As a cloud-based workflow solution for content creators, MEI's TruEdit is ideally suited for environments like Stony Brook University. TruEdit provides a shared, central location for teams to manage projects and digital assets from start to finish using three key components: the web client, Adobe InDesign(R) Plug-in and Admin portal. Additionally, TruEdit comes equipped with powerful automations for streamlined output to PDF and the Adobe(R) Digital Publishing Suite(TM) (DPS), enhancing the process of creating digital publications for tablet and mobile.
"We couldn't be happier that Stony Brook University has chosen TruEdit," said Craig Roth, senior vice president of sales at MEI. "We have helped colleges and universities all over America become more productive and efficient, and we are excited that TruEdit continues that tradition."
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