In 2006, National Geographic tapped Technology for Publishing to help streamline a labor-intensive print production workflow. As a result of that partnership, within one year the magazine had shaved three weeks off its production cycle, cut costs and manual labor by reducing the need for paper-based page proofing, and streamlined processes and collaboration across departments.

So it was no surprise that when the National Geographic creative team began a serious search for a digital publishing solution in 2010, it once again turned to TFP for its guidance and expertise. The goal: to produce a digital version of the magazine that incorporated interactive features for a richer reader experience.

Find out how Technology for Publishing helped National Geographic meet their goals by downloading the case study below.

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