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LONDON, 27 March 2013 – Valtech, the global full service digital consultancy and Kaldor, the team behind the hybrid publishing platform Pugpig, today announced their partnership, to join forces in delivering beautiful, customised content apps across mobile platforms.

The ultimate mobile publishing platform

Pugpig is a hybrid mobile publishing platform that combines the power of a native app: customisable, rich, fast, smooth and stable, with the added benefits of HTML: interactivity, readability, accessibility, searchability, personalisation and super-fast downloads. The Pugpig publishing framework helps companies create beautiful, interactive and responsive content apps that offer a great user experience, whilst enabling production teams to streamline their workflow and minimise digital publishing costs.

Pugpig’s platform has already helped support a number of high profile consumer apps, including the award winning iPad edition for ‘The Week’, Grazia magazine, Spectator, Auto Express and Which? alongside a number of corporate and enterprise clients.

"We are very pleased to announce our partnership with Valtech. Working with Valtech will offer our clients access to unparalleled professional service and consultancy teams, who can support throughout the project lifecycle and deliver imaginative, useful apps.”
Zoe Corbishley, Commercial Director at Kaldor

A pioneer in combining creative and technical skills

Valtech is a full service consultancy that operates across all stages of the project lifecycle from strategy and consulting, through to user experience, delivery, maintenance and optimisation.

Valtech will bring the knowledge and support required to implement and customise a Pugpig powered app from start to finish. Valtech’s wealth of technical experience and creative skills will ensure a first class delivery of a Pugpig app and provides a perfect foundation for the partnership.

“We are excited to be working with the team behind Pugpig to deliver fully interactive content apps for clients across a range of vertical markets. What's different about Pugpig is that it puts content at the heart of the production process by plugging directly into your CMS while providing a comprehensive framework to create beautifully customised apps across many platforms.”
Phil Hall, Managing Director at Valtech

About Kaldor

Founded in 2011 by Jonny Kaldor and Jon Marks, The Kaldor Group is an exciting and fast growing software company that provides an innovative and extendible mobile publishing solution for content owners. Kaldor’s leading product Pugpig is a mobile publishing platform built on a blend of native technology and HTML5. As the product continues to be developed, the team are finding new ways to support content owners across a number of vertical markets, from publishing, to education, government and enterprise. For more information about Pugpig please visit

www.pugpig.com

About Valtech

Valtech [EURONEXT Paris: FR0004155885 - LTE] is a new breed of digital marketing and technology agency with a presence in 8 countries (France, UK, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, US, India, Korea) and approximately 1,600 employees. As a full service digital consultancy Valtech delivers value to its customers across their digital experience lifecycle, from strategic consulting to design, conception, development and optimisation of business critical digital platforms. Through its demonstrated commitment to innovation and agility, Valtech helps global brands build business value and increase revenues through digital technologies while optimising time to market and ROI.

www.valtech.co.uk

Contact
info@valtech.co.uk

Published on: 11:17AM on 3rd April 2013