Woodwing launches Digital publishing service

Woodwing Software, which develops multi-channel digital publishing solutions, has announced a new business unit called WoodWing Digital Services to offer publishers and brands comprehensive consulting and offshoring production in digital publishing. The services are aimed at tapping the revenue and savings potential from combining print, online, tablet and mobile publishing. The team will work closely with WoodWing´s Authorized Solution Partners worldwide, enabling them to complete projects faster and to scale their business.

According to PwC, the revenue by global digital consumer magazine circulation will reach $5.7 billion in 2018. PwC also predicts global ad spending on digital magazines of $12.4 billion in 2018. The positive trend is supported by the ever-increasing sales of tablets and smartphones,

John Fong, Managing Director of WoodWing Digital Services. “Offering contingency to our customers, our experienced consulting and outsourcing teams unburden them from all tasks involved in the ‘tabletization’ of their publications, enabling them to quickly implement digital publishing processes and brand consistency across channels.”





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