Twinkle Magazine relaunches with Roxen CMS
Capelle aan den IJssel, THE NETHERLANDS, February 8, 2010 - BBP (Beerens Business Press), Netherlands, has signed an agreement with Sweden based Roxen Internet Software, about using the multiple-awarded Roxen CMS for all of it’s websites. Among them Twinklemagazine.nl
BBP, has launched a redesigned website for Twinkle, the leading magazine for web retailers in print and online in the Netherlands. Other Beerens websites earlier went live using Roxen CMS (Content Management System), among others Telecommercejobs.nl, Socialmediacongres.nl and Thuiswinkelawards.nl.
Twinkle - the magazine, the website and newsletter – has been redesigned. The new design also changes the positioning of the brand, adding the tagline: "Specifically on e-commerce". Roxen CMS made it possible to create a better structure and overview, with easy accessible features and a range of other advantages.
Marieke Verdonk, Editor-in-Chief: "´Twinkle is a unique media service. Four years from start we have a strong position. Our readers come from a broad range of companies doing business on the Internet. From day one, with Roxen CMS, we offer a broad range of practical information on everything about online shopping in multiple channels."
The websites were implemented by consultants from the Dutch Roxen office together with employees of BBP.
BBP is a leading and innovative Dutch publisher, in print, in personnel and online. The company’s principal markets include: Document Management, Customer service, Call Centers, E-commerce, Online marketing. BBP’s market-leading brands include:
Roxen develops web-based editorial and content management tools for multi-channel publishing, i.e. publishing online, in print, to tablets, smartphones and other devices. Customers include Metro International, RTL Nederlands, Shaw Newspapers as well as Princeton University, Randstad and Verizon. Roxen was established in 1994. The head office and development center is located in Linköping, Sweden. Roxen offices are also located in Stockholm, Amsterdam and Chicago.