Selected Media cases
Shaw Newspapers is Roxen Internet Software's first U.S. based customer to use Roxen Editorial Portal. Shaw Newspapers concluded its ambitious deployment in just 10 months. The Midwestern newspaper publisher has moved more than 40+ newspapers and 20+ Web sites to Web-based Roxen Editorial Portal since June 2008. "We knew that moving to a Web-based platform would be faster and smoother, but we couldn't imagine we'd be finished with all our publications by now," said Tom Shaw, chief executive officer, Shaw Newspapers. Based in Dixon, IL, Shaw Newspapers is 158 years old. With over 640 employees, it is the United States 3rd oldest, continuously owned and managed newspaper company.
Metro is the largest and fastest growing international newspaper in the world. Metro is published in over 100 major cities in 22 countries across Europe, North & South America and Asia. Metro has a unique global reach - attracting a young, active, well-educated Metropolitan audience of over 17 million daily readers. Metro has an equal number of male and female readers, of which 70% are under the age of 45. Metro's advertising sales have grown at a compound annual rate of 44% since the launch of the first edition in 1995. Metro uses Roxen Editorial Portal to produce newspapers daily in Europe and in North America. Metro is using Roxen CMS to create a globally flourishing presence on the web.
RTL Netherlands is the largest private media company in the Netherlands. RTL uses Roxen for their major content driven news websites and a big number of programsites.
BBP Media is a Dutch multimedia company with a strong focus on online retailing, e-commerce, marketing and customer contact. These topics are presented in trade magazines, newsletters and websites as well as events and awards. Both the events and the magazines are leaders in their respective fields. The events attract over 25.000 vistors every year and the publications inform well over 100.000 professionals every month.
University of Alaska
Hogeschool van Amsterdam
The Nordic Africa Institute
GROUP T - Leuven University College
Norrköpings kommun (Sweden)
Action Aid (Intl.)
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center (U.S.)
Tekniska verken (Sweden)