MEI Names Media Systems Limited as Portico Reseller in UK

Jenkintown, PA (April 7, 2015) — Managing Editor Inc (MEI), the world’s leading reseller of Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite™ (DPS) and developer of MEI Portico™, today announced that it has signed Media Systems Limited (MSL) to sell and support MEI Portico in the United Kingdom, Ireland and South Africa. MEI now has certified Portico integrators covering a majority of European countries.

Based in London, England, MSL has been active in the App publishing arena since the launch of the iPad and supplies multiple solutions for publishers across a range of markets. MSL has completed many DPS implementations in the past four years, for customers such as Reed Business Information, National Geographic Kids, Arsenal Football Club, Hargreaves Lansdown and the University of Sheffield.

“We specialize in enterprise-wide implementations of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite – including custom storefront development, entitlement integration and private distribution,” said Ian Bennett, MSL’s CEO. “Portico enables us to build and deliver those services via a web-based administrator without needing to write code. Publishers and corporations are able to get up and running in less than a day. The app look can be updated at any time without users downloading an update from the App Store or Google Play.”

Paul Driscoll, MSL’s Publishing Director, added “We look forward to working with MEI and Adobe to bring our collective knowledge and software to the emerging market. There’s an ever growing number of businesses who have the need to deliver content via Tablet and Phone in an attractive and easily manageable way, and Portico has an important role to play in helping to achieve this.”

“MSL’s experience with both corporate and commercial publishing, combined with its DPS expertise, made it a natural choice as our preferred Portico partner in the UK and Ireland,” said Mark Walter, MEI’s director of partner relations. “We are also delighted to extend the Portico channel into Africa for the first time.”

MEI’s Portico distribution network also includes Topix, covering Germany, Austria Switzerland and France; Emerasoft in Italy; and Optizen in Poland and Eastern European countries.

About MEI 
– Managing Editor Inc., an Adobe premier development partner, specializes in quality, proven publishing solutions. MEI provides tools that manage content for any output medium — print, online, tablets such as the iPad, mobile devices such as the iPhone and other digital formats. Visit MEI at www.maned.com for more information and contact us at info@maned.com.

About MEI Portico
 – MEI Portico is the customizable, turnkey storefront solution that integrates with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) enterprise edition to deliver targeted, branded app experiences. Organizations across multiple industries use Portico to save time and costs while enriching their DPS apps for deeper customer engagement. To learn more, visit http://www.maned.com/software/portico-digital-publishing/

About Media Systems Limited – MSL excels in providing Digital Publishing, CMS, DAM, SOP, Production, Financial and Web Systems to the Publishing and Corporate markets. Formed in 1993, MSL is active in the UK, Eire and South Africa, and numbers many major customers across its range of products. The customer base is wide ranging and includes well-known brands such as Express Newspapers, Media24, RBI, News UK, Hargreaves Lansdown, Evening Standard and Foxtons. For more information, please visit www.mediaystems.co.uk.

About Adobe Digital Publishing Suite – 
The Adobe Digital Publishing Suite enables the creation of immersive reading experiences that combine the visual impact of print, the flexibility of the tablet format, the immediacy of touch interaction and the engagement of interactive elements such as video, audio and animated infographics. In conjunction with InDesign®, Adobe DPS provides a robust end-to-end publishing solution for creation, distribution, commercialization and analysis of high-value content, including traditional magazines and newspapers as well as corporate publications.

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