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    Webinar on 6 easy steps to create a profitable archive collection

    May 27, 2014 9:57 AM

    Join us on June 12th at 11AM EDT for a free webinar that will share 6 easy steps in transforming your back issues into a successful and profitable DVD archive collection.

    With drops in circulation, reductions in print advertising, and growth of digital channels, magazine publishers are looking for new ways to create products to recoup some of that lost revenue. Many publishers don’t realize that their back-catalog can be a significant source of value.  

    We’ll explain how easy it is to get started with the creation of your magazine archive collection and show you a short demo of our Reach DVD product.

    The webinar has passed but for an overview of the 6 steps, please download our eGuide "Learn how to create your own successful archive collection".

    Silanis Technology rebrands its company and website with the help of design experts, INM

    May 6, 2014 11:18 AM

    This leading electronic signature provider turned to INM for help in moving to a cleaner and more modern ‘look and feel’ for its new company logo and website. One of the key goals of the redesign was to inspire both enterprises and small / mid-size businesses to engage with its brand.  INM helped Silanis to define its new brand, develop a style board, produce more friendly and inviting graphics, make web pages easier to read, and conduct user testing to ensure that the new website left the right impression with visitors.

    The new site is now live at www.silanis.com.


    INM celebrates 25th Anniversary

    April 28, 2014 11:33 AM

    It is hard to believe that Saturday, April 26th marked INM's 25th Anniversary! Over the last 25 years, we have been successful in a very competitive market by continuously evolving our products and services to mirror market trends and needs. Today, we have an extensive and impressive portfolio of successful projects for local, national and international clients, across many different industries.

    Fifteen years ago, we produced some of the most popular technologies on the market for creating immersive offline experiences and embedding PDF’s and databases in to CD-ROMs. As the world evolved and projects moved online, we were at the forefront of rich Internet technology. Now, we focus on building engaging web and mobile experiences that track to our clients’ business objectives. We are also a leading partner for the implementation and delivery of the Adobe Marketing Cloud technology.

    We would like to thank all our partners, clients, employees and collaborators who have enabled us to do what we love for the past quarter of a century. Here’s to the next 25 years!

    INM at MPA-IMAG Independent Magazine Conference

    April 21, 2014 11:43 AM

    INM’s Director of Marketing and Business Development, Andrea Simmons, will be attending the MPA-IMAG Independent Magazine Conference May 19-21st in Washington, DC. At the event, she will be connecting with digital publishers and discussing INM’s digital publishing solution Reach.

    MPA-IMAG is the only conference that brings independent magazine media together to network, share experiences and best practices, as well as learn how to effectively navigate today’s shifting landscape.

    INM’s Reach ePublishing solution allows you to transform your print collection into a digital archive and push it to your readers on a variety of different devices.

    For more information or to register, visit: http://www.magazine.org/2014-mpa-imag-independent-magazine-conference

    INM sponsors McGill Robotics team for annual RoboSub Competition

    April 21, 2014 11:37 AM

    INM is proud to sponsor the McGill Robotics team for the 17th International RoboSub Competition.  The top universities in the world will come together in San Diego for an intense week of competition in July 2014. The winners of the competition will enjoy international recognition as RoboSub champions of the world.

    For this year’s competition, the team is tasked with designing and building a small underwater robot that can autonomously navigate obstacles, identify different objects and execute various tasks.  

    The McGill Robotics team is comprised of a 110 dedicated students who build robots for international competitions. McGill Robotics is committed to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the Montreal Community.

    To find out more, visit: http://www.mcgillrobotics.com/