WEHCO Deploys NewsEngin's Ampere
FREMONT, CA: NewsEngin, a provider of mature and malleable engine for digital and print publishing has announced that WEHCO Media has deployed its software called the NewsEngin Ampere as the content management system for WEHCO Media’s daily and weekly newspapers. WEHCO Media is a privately owned communications company which owns 14 daily and 11 weekly newspapers.
Ampere, NewsEngin’s editorial Content Management System has a full featured plug-in for adobe. It provides complete control for the iPad, Android tablet and Kindle Fire users to write, edit and distribute their content from anywhere. The software is provided with 24/7 technical support that guarantees response timing, and automatic software upgrades that provide state-of-the-art tools.
Ampere is designed as Software as a Service model to pass on significant savings to customers in terms of license fees, back-end costs and staff expenses. GPS, a platform-neutral CMS is placed at the centre of the NewsEngin Ampere through which journalists can create and manage all kinds of data. It helps the agencies to quickly adapt according to the news coverage and distribution. Both NewsEngin and GPS support newsrooms with centralized staffing and virtual newsrooms distribute tasks like editing and page design to workers placed in various locations across the globe. NewsEngin works on Amazon’s EC2 cloud computing service that provides high-throughput, low-latency access to live and archived content of all types.
Other publishing enterprises that use NewsEngine’s Ampere service include the Stephens Media, Cox Media Group and POLITICO.