HERNDON, Va. — Stars and Stripes, the independent media organization for the U.S. military community, has selected Privia, LLC to provide the organization with with an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system.
Since World War II, Stars and Stripes has provided independent news and information to active-duty service members, Department of Defense civilians, contractors, and their families around the world. The organization reaches 850,000 monthly unique visitors through Stripes.com as well as 150,000+ daily readers of its newspapers which serve forces stationed in the Mideast, Europe and Pacific.
Under the contract, Privia will implement SpringCM's content cloud services as the central platform to manage Stars and Stripes' wealth of content. Stars and Stripes will have the ability to easily manage published and unpublished content, in any format. Stripes will also be able to grant users around the world permission so they may quickly and easily search, retrieve, and manage the Stripes content archive. Stars and Stripes makes most of its editions from 1948 through 1999 available online at Stars and Stripes Digital Archives.
"Stars and Stripes' content library is growing at nearly one gigabyte per day," said Glenn Giles, President and CEO, Privia. "We are pleased to provide them with a solution that will effectively manage their expanding needs."
"Every day, we address the content challenges for many of the world's most demanding businesses and public agencies," said Greg Buchholz, Founder and Chief Operating Officer, SpringCM. "Over the last 65 years Stars and Stripes has published a remarkable amount of valuable content. "We're excited to team with Privia to help Stars and Stripes put that content to work and deliver 'wow' experiences for its readers."