Sayville, Long Island – Brainworks Software, the leading provider of newspaper advertising and circulation systems for North America has announced that the Gwinnett Daily Post and Rockdale Citizen of Southern Community Newspapers, the Walla Walla Union Bulletin and the Colorado Community Newspapers division of ASP Westward have gone live with their newly installed Brainworks advertising systems.
The Gwinnet Daily Post and Rockdale Citizen – two properties in the Southern Community Newspapers group – went live with their 30-seat Brainworks advertising system, which included classified, retail and preprint advertising. The project included the hosting of the system in Brainworks’ secure data center.
Colorado Community Newspapers is the third of ASP Westward’s three divisions to go live with the Brainworks advertising system. East Texas Community Newspapers and Houston Community Newspapers went live earlier in the year.
Walla Walla is the second of the three Seattle Times properties to utilize the Brainworks system. The Yakima Herald-Republic went live earlier this year and the Seattle Times is scheduled for its go-live in the second quarter of 2012.
Brainworks software has been installed at over 800 North American newspapers over the past 25 years. Products include fully integrated classified and display advertising, circulation, billing, accounts receivable, contract and credit management, classified pagination, ROP ad layout, editorial and editorial pagination, and a state-of-the art Sales Force Automation system supporting Web and Smartphone platforms.
Brainworks customers include individual newspapers as well as publishing companies, which incorporate multiple products and divisions into a single database. Brainworks Software maintains offices in Sayville, NY and Wichita, KS.
Brainworks is located in Sayville, NY. For additional information on Brainworks and the products that we offer call us at (800) 755-1111