Advantage Computing Systems

Smartphones Outsmart Us
September 8, 2015 at 2:41 pm

Dan Heffernan explains how business users can take advantage of the fast growing trend of designing business software for mobile devices.

PubExec LIVE! Gathers The Most Innovative Minds in Publishing
September 22, 2014

Reimagining traditional publishing business models and monetizing digital content were the topics of focus at a pair of one-day events hosted by Publishing Executive at the historic Union League in New York City. Held on September 15th and 16th, each event gathered 50 to 60 executives from leading media companies. Speaker panels explored the implications of an increasingly digital and data-focused industry and provided practical advice for media executives to strategically grow their businesses.  

 

Advantage Computing Systems Unveils New Logo
September 16, 2013

Ann Arbor, MI, September 16, 2013:  Advantage is pleased to unveil our new logo - a more distinct, clean and contemporary visual representation of our global brand.  The symbol is based on the concept of sailing and denotes being propelled forward - mobility and agility.  It better represents the Advantage product and the culture of the company behind it: responsive, agile, innovative, and determined.  Harnessing the latest technology is one of the ways we participate in our clients' success.  Our recent migration to the .NET platform and the re-design of the user interface are great examples of this.

Managing Contracts, Permissions and Royalties
September 1, 2005

Moving toward the utopian paperless operation, book publishers benefit from streamlining front-office operations. Digital workflow technologies have changed the way books are created, produced and printed. Now, digital tools are beginning to spark some interest in other areas of the publishing organization—specifically, to better manage the wealth of information surrounding rights, royalties and contracts a publishing company amasses. Nick Allen, vice president of marketing and sales of Quality Solutions Inc., an integrated publishing software and business solutions provider, recalls recent conversations with a woman who manages contracts for a medium-sized publisher. "She lives with this problem every single day," he says. "I can