|Founded 📆||July 2013|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Bloomington, Minnesota, U.S.|
Area served 🗺️
|worldwide: 8000 properties; 750 media companies|
|Preston McKenzie, |
Number of employees
Newscycle is an American software development company in the news media industry, both print and digital publishers. Newscycle provides cloud-based enterprise solutions in circulation management, advertising, analytics, content curation, cloud migration, pagination, and customer relationship management.
Headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, Newscycle formed following the merger of Digital Technology International (DTI), Saxotech, Atex, Inc., and MediaSpan into one organization.
Currently, Newscycle operates US offices in Minnesota, Florida, Michigan, and Utah; with international offices in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Panama, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
Newscycle formed in July 2013, following a Vista Equity Partners’ buyout and subsequent merger of Digital Technology International (DTI) and Saxotech. At the time, both companies specialized in news media solutions focusing on circulation and subscription management, editorial workflow and web content management.
In November 2013, Newscycle added Atex’s advertising platform. The end-to-end advertising system AdBase, manages all digital, radio, broadcast, and print advertising for media companies.
Newscycle continued with the purchase of Michigan software company MediaSpan, and their suite of cloud-based software, in May 2014.
- "Newscycle Directions/Map". Web Page. Google Maps. March 24, 2015.
- "DTI and Saxotech merge to form NEWSCYCLE Solutions". Press release. DTI. July 22, 2013. Retrieved October 31, 2013.
- "Newscycle Buys Atex AdBase". Press release. PR WEB. July 22, 2013.
- "Newscycle Acquires MediaSpan". Press release. PR WEB.
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