Antalis continues to go the distance with Miles 33. Since Miles 33 purchased Tera DP in 2010, sales of the GN4 Content Management System have exploded internationally.

We were thrilled to welcome our long standing friends from Miles 33. They were visiting South Africa for a number of reasons not least of which is to touch base with their largest client worldwide, Avusa, said Keith Solomon, Director Antalis South Africa (Pty) Ltd, distributor of Tera Software.

Having been partners with Miles 33 for as long as Avusa we are equally as pleased with the worldwide boom that the GN4 platform is experiencing. The system is assisting publishers to become more efficient in managing their multi-channel content. I believe that over 4 500 seats have been deployed which is an average of almost 400 seats per month – impressive by any standards, added Solomon.

Michael Moore, Miles 33 CEO, said, Miles 33’s Tera GN4 suite of content management solutions is a great solution for publishers and media companies needing multi-channel management tools and a perfect addition to our product line-up. We are also extremely grateful to Antalis, who is part of our network of GN4 and CMSA distributors. We wish to thank them for their involvement and in playing a significant part in the explosion of content management user licenses.

GN4 is a newsroom content management system that has very unique architecture based on modern web services orientated principles and represents flexibility that few other systems can match today.

Avusa, who stable a number of high profile publications, for example Financial Mail and Business, stand in good company with other Miles 33 customers worldwide who have seen a stronger support infrastructure since the acquisition of Tera DP in 2010. Antalis actively supports the publishing and media marketplace and the direction that Miles 33 is taking mirrors our ethos, said Solomon.