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Abacus

21 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 5HA

Abacus helps brands and communities to grow revenues and improve engagement with personalised offers and experiences across multiple channels and product sets.

Our specialist cloud platforms and services manage digital content, websites, paywalls, e-commerce and subscriptions. We also provide sophisticated Single Customer View and membership engagement functionality for both large and small professional institutions and brands across the globe including UK, US, Australia, South America, the Middle East, and Asia. Our clients include Ascential, British Film Institute, Centaur, Christie’s, Conde Nast, EMAP, Gas World, IBC, Law Society, New Scientist, and Royal Society of Chemistry.

Abacus has been ranked in the e-Consultancy Top 100 digital agencies since its inception.

Webvision Cloud – Digital Experience Platform

Webvision Cloud is a GDPR-compliant Digital eXperience Platform, comprising a professional mobile-friendly website, an enterprise-class CMS and a market-leading audience engagement database – all in the cloud. The hierarchical preference centre (Compliance Hub) keeps track of all interactions with your customers so that your organisation can demonstrated lawful consent and ongoing engagement (for legitimate interest).

ADvance – Customer Data Platform

ADvance is our award winning SaaS customer data platform (CDP), comprising a GDPR-compliant multichannel single customer view, customer identity & access management (CIAM) and e-commerce system in one. Combining data from multiple sources allows powerful insights and segmentation to drive dynamically personalised offers and experiences, improving customer engagement and propensity to buy.

The ADvance Services team offers a complete range of cost-effective subscription management and fulfilment bureau services, including account management, customer service, database management, circulation marketing consultancy, ABC and BPA audit management. They can access the cloud-based platform round-the-clock to check issue fulfilment statuses, update customer details, process new order and renewal payments and issue refunds.

For more information about our technology and services, please contact us on +44 20 7766 9810; or by email on info@abacusemedia.com

Contact info
Contact Adrian Remedios
Job title New Business Manager
Tel 020 7766 9810
Mobile 07401 868 144
Email Adrian Remedios
Location
Address Abacus
21 Southampton Row
London
WC1B 5HA
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News
KHL relaunches four sites on Abacus e-Media’s Webvision Cloud platform
22 September 2017
Boat International chooses Abacus e-Media for subs
15 September 2017
IBC365 launches new information service on Webvision Cloud
9 May 2017
Education in Chemistry relaunches with a new responsive site
3 February 2017
Jewish Chronicle migrates onto ADvance
2 February 2017
Law Society Gazette re-launches website using responsive web design
18 January 2017
Plexus launch HSJ Solutions subscription service on Webvision CMS
11 November 2016
Gasworld migrates onto Abacus e-media’s new CXM platform
28 October 2016
Cabinet Maker relaunches site on Webvision Cloud platform
6 October 2016
Abacus e-Media appoints Managing Director
4 May 2016
Abacus e-Media launch new Customer Experience platform
20 April 2016
Bauer selects Abacus e-Media’s ADvance for paid content strategy
5 February 2016
Pulse re-launches with a new responsive site
16 December 2015
EMAP Launch New Responsive Websites across Portfolio
14 December 2015
DataCenter Dynamics goes live with a new responsive site
14 April 2015
Retail Week launches new interactive digital guides
16 December 2014
Ascent completes migration to Advance
15 December 2014
Pharmaceutical Journal website gets a responsive makeover
3 November 2014
Thomson Reuters’ PFIe website re-launches using responsive web design
3 November 2014
Electronics Weekly completes migration to ADvance audience development platform
15 July 2014
Law Society Gazette launches new online directories
2 July 2014
ArtReview completes migration to Advance
25 February 2014
Aspermont completes migration to ADvance
18 February 2014
Abacus e-Media help IPE go ‘mobile first’
17 January 2014
Ozymandias goes live – and goes ‘mobile first!’
19 September 2013
Law Society Gazette now live on Webvision and ADvance platforms
10 September 2013
Music Week completes migration to ADvance
29 August 2013
Abacus e-Media secures £2.25m investment
23 August 2013
Abacus e-Media develops new tablet web app for HSJ
20 August 2013
Abacus e-Media design new Euromoney II site
1 August 2013
IOP re-launch their directory site, designed by Abacus
19 June 2013
New hybrid HTML5 app for Times Higher Education
11 June 2013
IPE adopts Webvision CMS and ADvance from Abacus e-Media
6 June 2013
Laboratory Talk and Building Talk launched using new directory technology
22 May 2013
Granta completes migration to ADvance
15 May 2013
Centaur Media completes move to ADvance platform
15 February 2013
Abacus e-Media acquires Alliance Media
28 September 2011
Abacus e-Media announces management buy out
26 April 2011
Articles
Abacus e-Media develops new tablet web app for HSJ

Health Service Journal, is now available for iPad as an HTML5 web app.

Author: News Desk
Posted on: 20 August 2013

The new product format was developed by Abacus e-Media using the latest web app browser technologies, and it contains every story from the most recent issue of the magazine, plus all the latest content from hsj.co.uk.

Abacus e-Media develops new tablet web app for HSJ This, says Abacus e-Media, demonstrates the multichannel publishing capabilities of Webvision as EMAP’s content is created once in the CMS and then picked up by the different channels. The HSJ team have full control over the content selection, page layouts and template styles for the web app, so unlike a native app for iOS or Android which is fixed, the web app templates allow the publisher to experiment with layouts and change the pace of the reader experience at will. The same applies to the access control technology employed for gatekeeping on the desktop, mobile and tablet versions; the publisher has complete control over the access regime for each format to determine the best approach to maximise subscription revenue.

The web app features responsive pages for portrait and landscape orientation, offline reading mode, social sharing (Twitter and Facebook) and a suitcase for bookmarking content; and like the FT.com model, lives outside of Apple’s iTunes ecosystem so all the revenue goes to the publisher.

According to Abacus e-Media, support for the Android platform will follow shortly.

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