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Serioustec implements first WoodWing site in Malaysia at The Malaysian Reserve

05-29-2007 03:46 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Serioustec at The Malaysian Reserve with WoodWing Editorial System

Serioustec at The Malaysian Reserve with WoodWing Editorial System

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA, 2007 May 28, Malaysia’s only all business daily, The Malaysian Reserve has adopted WoodWing's SmartConnection Enterprise Editorial Solution based on the Adobe Creative Suite.

Syed Mohamad Fazilla, Managing Director of The Malaysian Reserve said;
"We needed a solution that is easy to use, fast to implement and flexible and Adobe Creative Suite, WoodWing's SmartConnection Enterprise Editorial Solution presented the ideal platform for us. The local system implementer, Serioustec was outstanding in both support and implementation skills."

The Malaysian Reserve is a pure business newspaper targeted at a select group of readers. Their readers will be primarily businessmen, investors and generally high net worth individuals. They are key decision makers, senior managers or entrepreneurs who wield significant influence on the direction of their enterprise on a daily basis. The Malaysian Reserve will be published from Monday to Friday.

"This paper will be read by the people that matter in the Malaysian business community and we are fortunate to have such a robust editorial system supporting us.”

John Fong , co-founder of Serioustec said;
"Implementing editorial system is our business. Software installation is the easiest part; we took less than 48 hours to get all the servers and clients running. The challenge is to ensure our client's staff and personnel are able to operate the system seamlessly and capable of maintaining the system after the cutover."

Remco Koster, Managing Director of WoodWing Asia Pacific said;
"This is the second business daily set-up by Serioustec in less than four months. The WoodWing solution is proven to be the ideal platform for publishers who want speed, scalability and ease of deployment."

Based on industry standard applications such as Adobe Creative Suite and WoodWing's SmartConnection Enterprise, The Malaysian Reserve is ready to take on the challenges in the local publishing scene. It aims to become the leading business daily of Malaysia and a must read for all serious businessmen.

About Serious Technology Sdn Bhd
Founded by two enterprising individuals from different technology background and experience, we bring together a synergy from both the vendor and end users experience. Serious Technology Sdn Bhd is the system implementer for WoodWing, dutchsoftware.com and Adobe in South East Asia. For more information, visit www.serioustec.com.

Serious Technology Sdn Bhd
Level 36, Menara Citibank
165 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur Wilayah Persekutuaan
Malaysia
www.serioustec.com

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