AIMediaComms provides us a safe, reliable and convenient system to underpin the process and coordinate the press officers.
London (PRWeb UK) April 10, 2011
AIMediaComms, the market leading provider of media and stakeholder interaction software, today announced that the Judicial Communications Office (JCO) has selected AIMediaComms’ media relations platform to enhance their level of service to the media and radically transform the press office function.
AIMediaComms’ media relations management system allows the JCO to access all of the important information needed by the press team from anywhere, including out of hours, and via mobile phone with the absolute security needed for highly confidential information. Whilst significantly improving the productivity of each press officer in an increasingly demanding news environment, AIMediaComms’ software also enables the JCO to build stronger relationships with the media and to deliver consistent messages to their stakeholders at the heart of government, the judiciary and in the wider community.
“We need to help the media across England and Wales to interpret and understand the work of the judiciary and report court cases and legal issues. AIMediaComms provides us a safe, reliable and convenient system to underpin the process and coordinate the press officers.” -- Stephen Ward, Head of News, Judicial Communications Office.
For more information contact:
Tel: 0207 690 8885
AIMediaComms is a rapidly growing company. With over 300 active accounts, it is Europe’s leading provider of stakeholder and media relations management software. With more client experience than anyone else in the market, we have a deep understanding of delivering successful implementations, helping our customers derive maximum value from their investment.
About Judicial Communications Office
The Judicial Communications Office is the press office for 30,000 judges and magistrates in England and Wales. It was set up in 2005 as an independent unit from the Government to mirror changes to constitution, emphasising the separation in the constitution.
For more information, please visit http://www.aimediacomms.com or call 020 7690 8885.
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