PALO ALTO, Calif. – Big data analytics and solutions provider Sysorex (NASDAQ: SYRX) today announced Postmedia Network Inc. (“Postmedia”) will extend its use of Sysorex’s Shoom digital newspaper advertising management solutions to an additional 151 publications. The newly added publications are the newspapers acquired by Postmedia in 2015 from Sun Media. With this expanded association, Sysorex will provide digital invoicing and tearsheets for all Postmedia publications across Canada.
“The Shoom electronic tearsheet and invoicing services provide our advertisers with effortless proof-of-publication and expedite our billing,” said Phil Luckhoo, National Director of Credit, Postmedia. “Among digital management platforms for newspaper publishers and advertisers, we have found the Shoom products and customer service to be exceptional,” he added.
“We are delighted Postmedia chose to expand its use of our Shoom platform to all of its newly acquired publications,” said Sharon Ryoji, Sysorex Vice President of Customer Service. “It is a real testament to the quality of the services and support we offer when a publisher of Postmedia’s caliber decides to adopt the use of Shoom services throughout its papers nationwide.”
Implementation of the Shoom platform within all 151 new Postmedia titles is expected to be completed by March.
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