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The Economist: Automating with Enfocus PowerSwitch

December 13th, 2011
An internationally renowned weekly news and business publication, The Economist have been PowerSwitch users since Adaptive (part of the Pro2col Group) supplied their first licence back in 2006.  They have progressively grown their publishing workflows over the last 5 years to meet the demand of their expansive reader base, with worldwide circulation of just under 1.5 million.  Now, four servers run a range of Switch flows supporting everything from advertising and editorial production, through to data transmission and archiving.
The Economist implemented Enfocus Switch to automate repetitive tasks and reduce errors, resulting in improved efficiency.  It has enabled them to develop sophisticated workflows in-house without the need to rely on third party developers.
Visit the Crossroads site to read more about how the Economist are using Enfocus PowerSwitch and for a video testimonial from their Production Project Development Specialist, Robert Banbury.

An internationally renowned weekly news and business publication, The Economist have been PowerSwitch users since Adaptive (part of the Pro2col Group) supplied their first licence back in 2006.  They have progressively grown their publishing workflows over the last 5 years to meet the demand of their expansive reader base, with worldwide circulation of just under 1.5 million.  Now, four servers run a range of Switch flows supporting everything from advertising and editorial production, through to data transmission and archiving.

The Economist implemented Enfocus PowerSwitch to automate repetitive tasks and reduce errors, resulting in improved efficiency.  It has enabled them to develop sophisticated workflows in-house without the need to rely on third party developers.

Visit the Enfocus Crossroads site to read more about how the Economist are using Enfocus PowerSwitch and for a video testimonial from their Production Project Development Specialist, Robert Banbury.