New session will provide Publishing firms with a range of practical ideas to help reduce web production costs, harmonise publishing processes and deliver valuable new revenue generating services

London, 12th June 2007

Squiz today announced that it will be hosting a new ‘best practices’ workshop for web publishers at London's Adam Street Private Member's Club. The session – which is FREE and open to all Web Professionals working in the UK Publishing sector - will include presentations from Squiz on how leading customers such as Future Publishing have used open source software to successfully introduce new revenue-based services at speed, and successfully integrate their various editorial and publishing processes with their web sites.

The session is designed for publishing webmasters, IT Managers and Marketing Managers who are looking for ways to:

...drive more online and offline subscribers
...monetise their content more effectively
...reduce their web site production costs
...publish new content, products and services more rapidly
...publish content to multiple web sites and end user devices
...generate more traffic and leads via enhanced SEO
...gain more control and flexibility in their overall production processes

Attendance, like Squiz’s open source CMS, is FREE, and people wishing to attend may register via Squiz’s website, at: http://www.squiz.co.uk/resources/seminars/seminars/june2006/Web_Publishing_Optimization

The event will take place on the morning of June 28th at the Adam Street private members club in Charing Cross, London, and will run from 9.30am through to 12.30pm.

Attendees will be able to take home a copy of the MySource Matrix CMS for FREE.... PLUS a copy of a new Squiz White Paper on how to turn online readers into real revenues.

About Squiz

Squiz helps some of the UK’s leading firms to gain more control of their web sites and intranets. For example, Future Publishing, Mercator Media and Infoconomy all use Squiz’s MySource Matrix Content Management System to manage their online production processes. In doing so they’re saving money, improving the services they’re delivering to users, and gaining more control of their web development. We develop MySource Matrix as an open source product and then provides support services around it to help our clients get more value from their web spend. We’re kind of like the Red Hat of the CMS world. Our approach is successful because of the strength of our CMS and our experience in diverse fields. We’re also cost-effective because being open source, MySource Matrix costs nothing to acquire or use.

Contact: Roger Warner at rwarner[AT]squiz.co.uk; http://www.squiz.co.uk/mysource_matrix

Published on: 12:00AM on 12th June 2007