The Bulletin announces “all systems go” into DTI Cloud

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Central Oregon newspaper chooses Digital Technology’s cloud platform for its circulation, editorial and advertising operations

Upgrading was a natural move forward. We chose the DTI Cloud platform for multiple reasons-

Steve Hoffman
IT Director
The Bulletin

The Bulletin, a Western Communications daily newspaper in Bend, Oregon, has signed a long-term agreement with Digital Technology International (DTI™) to implement circulation, editorial, and advertising solutions in DTI Cloud, the award-winning cloud-computing platform.

The Bulletin made the strategic decision to migrate their DTI systems to DTI Cloud for the security, stability, and the proven and reliable technology the platform provides. The Bulletin’s data and applications will be protected in Digital Technology’s Tier-4 secure and massively redundant data center—featuring enormous bandwidth and the highest level of network availability in the news media industry.

By moving their systems to DTI Cloud, The Bulletin will create new operational efficiencies and digital workflows that build a more cost-effective future for the media group. Also, with software version upgrades performed automatically, The Bulletin won’t be challenged with the time-consuming efforts and costs associated with traditional on-premises system upgrades.

“We currently are a DTI customer and love the ease and streamlining ability their products already give us. Having a unified system has alleviated almost all of the bottlenecks and time-consuming workflows we had been dealing with,” said Steve Hoffman, IT director at The Bulletin. “Upgrading was a natural move forward. We chose the DTI Cloud platform for multiple reasons- the ability to offload support of servers and handle hardware changes for years to come; a way to always remain on the most recent versions without having to budget large costly upgrades; and the ability to access our data from anywhere by our bureaus and remote reporters.”

“We are transitioning our digital products to DTI to reap the benefit of having both editorial and digital in the same product/database. It streamlines our workflow and increases our publishing speed," said Sheila Timony, editorial systems editor at The Bulletin. “Moving to DTI Cloud for both print and digital publishing of The Bulletin allows us to better address the 'deadline is now' nature of news delivery today.”

“The Bulletin is a very innovative and visionary newsgroup, and they are really thinking about future growth,” said Dan Paulus, president, Digital Technology. “Moving their systems to a cloud environment brings them to the forefront of technology, and immediately saves them time and money. The Bulletin can shed their computer servers while DTI keeps their infrastructure running smoothly. DTI Cloud gives them the luxury of focusing their resources on their core business of delivering the news to their customers.”

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About Digital Technology International: Digital Technology International (DTI™) delivers digital audience engagement, digital revenue expansion and digital cost performance for the global news media industry. The company's innovative technology and professional services help media organizations engage audiences by delivering targeted news and advertising with Web, print, mobile, and social media. On-site or via DTI Cloud Digital Technology software helps more than 2,000 publishers around the world compete and win across all channels. The company is headquartered near Salt Lake City, with offices and data centers in strategic locations around the world. Digital Technology may be found at: http://www.dtint.com

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