Created: Thursday, 22 December 2016 22:23
The Buffalo News is the 68th newspaper publishing company to select the BURT System for their packaging and addressing needs.
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Created: Wednesday, 30 November 2016 16:47
We are proud to introduce our new BURT Cloud services!
With our new BURT Cloud solution, you don’t need to make significant up-front investments in hardware and spend time managing that hardware. Let us worry about stability, security, and scalability so your staff doesn’t have to. BURT will manage your mission-critical systems while you focus on utilizing your BURT family of applications to package and deliver your newspaper.
The BURT Cloud environment in Amazon Web Services delivers high availability and redundancy so your applications and data are available at a moment’s notice. Covered in our BURT Cloud service is the routine maintenance of your BURT application data including the purging and cleanup of non-record detail and the consumption of inventory. We also cover the maintenance of your database to keep your database size at a minimum and your applications running smoothly.
We offer two plans as part of our BURT Cloud services:
- BURT Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
- BURT Cloud Hosted
Please contact our support team to discuss your plan options.
Created: Monday, 08 August 2016 13:48
The Tulsa World is the 67th newspaper publishing company to select the BURT System for their packaging, addressing and distribution needs.
Created: Monday, 26 January 2015 14:00
The Blade of Toledo, Ohio has selected the BURT System for their packaging and distribution needs.
Created: Friday, 30 May 2014 11:30
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has selected Burt Technologies to manage the increasing preprint demands for their print publications.
"The purchase of the BURT System is an investment we have made to help us guarantee the accuracy of our preprint distribution for our valued customers" states Ed Lasak, COO of Stephens Media, LLC. The BURT System will manage the preprints from ad order entry, download production orders directly to the GOSS and Muller-Martini inserters, generate all carrier manifests and all of the required postal forms. "This type of integration will ensure the accuracy our customers deserve and demand while simultaneously increasing profits for our shareholders; a win-win for everyone" according to Lasak.
A third quarter of 2014 deployment is planned.