"We're excited about the Caspio partnership, because it will help us leverage the vast array of proprietary data products we produce in print, as well as open new doors for our reporters to share more data and analysis with our readers online," said Huntley Paton, executive editor of bizjournals. "We're a national leader when it comes to producing local-business research, but up to now, we haven’t had the right tool to bring our research projects to life on the web. Now, with Caspio, we do."
bizjournals, Inc. is the online media division of American City Business Journals, the largest metropolitan business newspapers publisher in the United States. It operates the websites for each of the parent company's print business journals as well as a Web-only site with local business news and information catering to the Los Angeles area. Characterized as being among the "Best of the Web" by Forbes magazine, bizjournals' sites have nearly 9 million unique visitors per month. Their archives contain 1.8 million business news articles dating back to 1996.
"Looking at the level of creativity and success bizjournals has achieved in the industry, I can’t wait to see what they will do with Caspio," said Frank Zamani, founder and CEO of Caspio. "Our media clients continuously find innovative ways to use our cloud technology to engage with online readers, drilling down to the local level with interactive community applications."
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