Atex Expands Offerings with Browser-Based CMS

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Atexannounced the launch of Atex Content, a browser-based contentmanagement system developed for media companies that delivers content across multiplechannels.

Atex Adds to Offerings

Atex Content integrates with Atex Web CMS. According to the announcement, "This enables newsroom and production tasks to occur simultaneously, reducing the expense and manual effort associated with meeting production deadlines."

The new browser-based solution offers a "mash-up" capability so users can integrate Atex applications within other third-party software solutions. Because Atex Content is available on a variety of platforms and any device with a web browser and plug-in installed, it can be used remotely or in the office. Text mining is integrated to help streamline users' search efforts.

In April 2011, Atex jumped on the tablet trend with its Atex Tablet Publishing solution. The tablet offering helps media companies create tablet editions of their publications with dynamic, interactive features.

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Atex Enjoys Rapid Growth

In November 2011, Atex announced new corporate headquarters for Asia based in Singapore in addition to a new Boston-area office. The previous month, the company announced that it had consolidated its UK offices into a new global headquarters based in Reading, UK.

The company restructured in September 2011, with a new CEO for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Atex ended 2011 with strategic partnership announcements, including new alliances with Zissor, Dell and EDB ErgoGroup.