March 15, 2012 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Los Angeles, California - PixelMags Inc., a world leader in digital content delivery with its incredibly successful Content Distribution Software (CDS), reported triple digit growth in 2011 over 2010. With the launch of Apple's newsstand, more and more readers are finding their favorite publications in a way that's truly bringing their reading experience to life. With new publications and new readers comes the need for additional publishing support and customer service personnel.
In order to meet this growing demand, PixelMags, one of the largest providers of content in the Apple Newsstand, has had to expand both their London and Los Angeles offices, not only in personnel head count, but with their physical locations as well. PixelMags UK recently expanded their developer force by over 40%, while U.S. staffing has grown by 30%. Both physical offices have recently expanded as well. In the U.S., PixelMags doubled its office space, while in the UK, PixelMags has moved into its new development space in the historical Wrest Park Mansion.
"We've enjoyed not only record growth with the addition of hundreds of new publishers, but with millions of new readers as well," said Ryan Marquis, COO and founder of PixelMags. "And 2012 has erupted as well," he continued. "We are currently delivering millions of issues a month and acquiring hundreds of thousands of new users each week."
PixelMags Inc. is one of the worlds fastest growing digital content distribution companies that is transforming the future of digital publishing by changing how publishers distribute interactive branded content. PixelMags reaches millions of digital readers daily, in over 33 different languages, and represents such publishers as Hearst UK, Crain Communications Inc., Imagine Publishing, Dennis Publishing and more. PixelMags is a privately held company, with offices located in Los Angeles, London, New Zealand and Australia. Copyright (C) 2012 PixelMags Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.