Bloomington, MN – September 12, 2017 – NEWSCYCLE Solutions is pleased to announce that The Telegraph in London, U.K. has successfully migrated its editorial production system to the latest version of Newscycle’s content management platform.

The new Newscycle software is used to plan, write, produce, print and publish The Telegraph newspaper, supplements and magazines. It also interfaces with the various Telegraph publishing platforms, as well as the company’s advertising and production system. The Newscycle content management system features advanced planning functions for layout, ad placement and pagination.

This has been a significant undertaking for Newscycle and The Telegraph due to the size and the complexity of the installation.

With the completion of this project, The Telegraph has implemented a completely new editorial newsroom platform, including updated infrastructure and hosting facilities to support the current streamlined workflows. Another important part of the project has been to embrace processes and functions that were previously taken care of externally, but are now an integrated part of the content management system. The new setup facilitates very efficient use of resources.

Jonas Bringle, Newscycle EMEA Managing Director says, “We have a very close working relationship with The Telegraph, which is essential with a project of this size. People from across Newscycle’s Product Management and European organization have been involved in the successful completion and we are very pleased with the result.”

About The Telegraph
The Telegraph’s mission is to deliver quality, trusted, award-winning journalism, 24 hours a day and across all the platforms our customers use – digital and print. Our portfolio includes The Telegraph website and app, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph print titles and The Telegraph Edition app. The Telegraph’s content is also available on Apple News, Snapchat, Facebook Instant Articles, Google Newstand, Amazon Alexa and Google Home. Recently named as the UK’s leading quality news brand, our digital content reaches more than 25 million* users across the UK (UKOM MMX MP June 2017).