Smedia Subscription and entitlement system for digital media publishers
Online Retail Ordering System
Developed online Retail ordering system
Online Video Editing Platform
Developed Australia's first online video editing platform
Enterprise and Consumer Apps
Launched industry first Enterprise direct selling App .
Tablet and Web
One of the UK's biggest mastheads appoints Smedia to provide a custom built solution to deliver a highly interactive version of its daily paper via IOS Android and Web.
iPad + Android
Developed and successfully launched a number of major Newspaper and Magazine IOS Apps.
Smedia launches the first interactive iPad edition for a major Australian daily. The Age Newspaper iPad was the top selling App over the 2010 Christmas New Year period.
Woolworths engage Smedia to develop, produce, disseminate and integrate multiple versions of their weekly catalogue to over 100,000 subscribers. The data contained was used to feed additional Woolworths applications and m.sites.
Online Digital Archives
Developed and produced The Sydney Morning Herald Archives. This product allows users to search every edition of The Sydney Morning Herald and the Sun-Herald between 1955-1995 in our unique online archive. All articles, captions and advertisements are fully keyword searchable and results returned in an exact digital reproduction of the printed pages as they were originally published. With 820,000 pages in almost 13,000 issues spanning January 1st, 1955 to February 2nd, 1995, this was the largest digitisation project undertaken by any major publisher in Australia.
Web 2.0 allowed users to interact and collaborate with each other either in social dialogue or commerce. Smedia launched findacarpark.com.au, a world first online parking portal which is now the most popular parking portal in Australia. With thousands of parking space searches per day - it has become the "Google" of parking search.
Online Digital Edition Newspaper
Produced and delivered the first interactive newspaper online in Australia. A fully searchable and interactive Digital Edition of The West Australian. Other major publications such as The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald followed.
Offline Content Products
Smedia developed all of Fairfax Offline Content Product from 2000 – 2006 prior to going online. The application was developed by Smedia and installed within the client side network and allowed for offline access to large volumes of article and images within their local area network. Subscribers to the product include most Schools, Universities, Libraries and Government Entities. Titles include: Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Australian Financial Review, BRW, Illawarra Mercury, and Newcastle Herald. This was one of the more profitable Fairfax Products.