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Moreover Technologies Releases Three Versions of Newsdesk Monitoring Service

Moreover Technologies has rolled out three versions of its Newsdesk media monitoring and news sharing solution to serve all types and sizes of business, starting at just $1995 per year. They are Newsdesk Alert, a streamlined Newsdesk offering focused on breaking news feeds and alerts, Newsdesk Corporate featuring advanced media monitoring and customized newsletters, and Newsdesk Enterprise for firms requiring company-wide deployment of media analytics with global coverage and news sharing capabilities.

Newsdesk offers unified portal access to 3 million-plus online news and social media sources, forums and syndicated newspaper clippings from multiple countries, including a service for introducing additional licensed content streams specific to one’s needs, for complete global media coverage. Newsdesk provides faceted search with powerful yet easy and intuitive filtering options for highly tailored search results, near real-time analysis, robust email, newsletter and feed sharing features, including API access to data for direct integration options. At the heart of this development cycle is customer feedback, with new features added every 2 weeks.

Marketing, public relations, research, and social media departments use Newsdesk for news and social media monitoring, reputation management, issues/crisis management, market and competitive intelligence, industry research, internal communications, PR/media relations, and brand management. Corporate communications can deploy Newsdesk company-wide to distribute and share news with all users across the organization.

Newsdesk’s ability to bring global content, media monitoring, and news sharing capabilities together into a single, unified service makes it a highly cost-effective solution for larger enterprises.

Through a customizable dashboard, Newsdesk Alert, Newsdesk Corporate, and Newsdesk Enterprise all offer unlimited search of social media conversations—including blogs, microblogs, videos, forums, and social networks—and access to far-reaching news articles from top global sources, trade and industry publications, consumer sources, press wires, and local/national press.

Newsdesk Corporate also offers analytics and charting, user groups and sharing, customizable newsletters, email manager to facilitate distribution, full data export to integrate easily into corporate business intelligence tools, and selected premium print publications.

Newsdesk Enterprise offers all Newsdesk Corporate features, plus managed briefs and consulting, media analysis reports, enterprise branding, seamless integration, single sign-on, and full enterprise-grade security. Using this platform in concert with a consolidation of vendors, Royal Dutch Shell saved $5 million in one year.

Source: Moreover Technologies, Inc.



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