Abacus builds new web site for Research Magazine
Friday 29th May 2009, London: Abacus e-Media has been awarded a contract to redesign the web site for Research, the leading magazine and source of online information for the global market research business.
The new site is based on Abacus e-Media's market leading digital publishing platform, Webvision v3, together with the Dispatch module which manages the design, creation and distribution of daily and weekly email news bulletins for www.research-live.com. In addition to news, the site uses Webvision to provide new formats of content, such as multimedia, blogs and forums as well as providing a more flexible design layout.
Research chose Abacus e-Media because of the company's in-depth publishing expertise and ability to bring many years experience to the development of the new site.
Jennifer Sproul, Sales & Marketing Director, Research:
"Webvision will be the principal editorial system used for all the content on the Research site. It is very easy to use, and allows us to quickly and easily create new content and new sections. It is also very good at supporting workflow processes in terms of the development and management of content."
"From the point of view of our users, the new site will enable them to enjoy a completely new way of interacting not only with their peers but also with Research journalists."
"Abacus has been fantastic through the project. They have been fast to respond to our queries and extremely helpful."
Research is published by the Market Research Society (MRS), the world's largest professional association representing providers and users of market research and business intelligence, and operating a Code of Conduct to which all members must comply.
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