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Nstein Technologies Acquires DAM Provider Picdar

Nstein Technologies (www.nstein.com), a provider of online publishing solutions for newspapers, magazines, and online content providers, announced that it has acquired Picdar (www.picdar.com), a provider of picture and digital asset management in the U.K. Established more than 20 years ago, Picdar provides digital workflow and asset management (DAM) solutions to newspapers, magazine, and corporate publishers. Picdar helps 50 publishers such as Associated Newspapers, The Financial Times, Independent Newspapers, The Telegraph, The Guardian, Trinity Mirror, IPC, and Condé Nast steer into the digital age. Clients of both companies will now have access to a full suite of complementary solutions.

Andy Heather, co-founder of Picdar and principal architect of the Media Mogul product suite, will continue to support local U.K. operations, as well as contribute to Nstein’s combined product strategy as VP of worldwide publishing. Lesley Steinitz, currently chief executive of Picdar, will now lead Nstein’s U.K. offices as director of operations. Jeff Carson, who initially joined Picdar as a software engineer, will continue to act as director of engineering and will be responsible for local development and technical services.

Source: Nstein Technologies



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