HP have announced that MagCloud, its revolutionary content publishing web service, is nominated for a prestigious Webby Award in the Web Services and Applications category and named an honoree in the Magazine category.
Nominees for the 15th annual Webby Awards were chosen from a field of more than 10,000 entrants. Additionally, MagCloud is up for a Webby People’s Voice award – voting is open to the general public and is hosted on the Webby’s site through April 28.
“This nomination recognizes the exciting and innovative self service publishing model MagCloud has developed, which delivers unprecedented flexibility, choice and quality,” said Andrew Bolwell, chief MagClouder at HP. “It also recognizes the incredible breadth of work by MagCloud publishers, who deliver one-of-a-kind content and have helped make us what we are today.”
How MagCloud works
Invented by HP Labs, HP’s central research facility, MagCloud takes on the heavy lifting for content publishers by providing automated ordering, print management and distribution services all free of charge. Whether ordering one or 1,000 copies, there are no upfront costs or minimum orders and MagCloud will distribute publications all over the world in print and digital format.
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