October 9, 2018
Frankfurt, 9th October 2018 – Ingenta, provider of technology solutions to publishers, has officially launched Aperture, an intuitive new web-based platform which gives publishers the ability to unlock data and information stored within their systems, and share it with employees and trusted third parties.
The application empowers publishers to provide key data which can be accessed on demand in real time, regardless of where the information is stored. Owners can set up access rights so that business insights can be shared securely and on their own terms, while ensuring that sensitive information is shared on a ‘need to know’ basis.
Aperture is data source agnostic and can be integrated with existing systems using web API’s. Aperture helps publishers to:
Scott Winner, CEO of Ingenta, stated: “One of the biggest challenges many publishers face is that data tends to be locked away in disparate systems and it can often be complicated and time-consuming to share this information with third parties. We are confronting this problem head-on and creating an intuitive platform which allows publishers to use their data throughout their organizations and become more collaborative and transparent with their partners. We are delighted to welcome Aperture to the family of Ingenta solutions as it meets a very real need in the marketplace across all types of publishing.”
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For more information, please contact:
Michael Belcher, Ingenta
Ingenta – unlocking your tomorrow
We are one of the world-leading providers of content solutions to progressive publishers. Our vision is to develop long-term partnerships and combine practical innovation with professional services to move content forward and unlock the future of your business. Drawing on over 40 years of industry experience, we help you simplify, manage, promote and deliver your content – wherever you are in the world.
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