Danni works within the marketing team at the Midlands-based company, which provides software solutions for publishers, both large and small, across the country. It was seven years ago that Danni joined PCS and she said her skills in graphic design were soon utilised by marketing director Hannah Lloyd.
Alison celebrates promotion as she marks her second decade at PCS
Ken has joined the team at the leading publishing solutions provider as a database developer, working with technology that is so high-tech it seems out of this world. PCS uses advanced, next-generation versions of technologies that Ken has been working with for around 30 years...
PCS customer, SPP has announced they are buying three local titles. Noting the advanced and "efficient publishing systems" (Knowledge Publish from PCS) as one of the benefits which will enable these titles to have an online presence for the first time.
Iliffe media gain group consistency with PCS solutions
‘Good and agile systems are a key enabler of successful publishing.’ This was one of the things discussed when PCS development director, Simon Weare, sat down with James Evelegh, editor of InPublishing...
Scottish Provincial Press signs contract for PCS Solutions
Born in the same year as PCS, Calvin Randle joined the PC Sales Division of PCS in 1993. In his 25 years with us, he has worked in despatch, as Systems Technician within the site control department and later as Production Product Manager.
PCS Publishing announce managing director appointment
Mr Clifford takes on the new position at the Wolverhampton-based firm in addition to his current role as MD of the print division of Midland News Association, publisher of the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.
PCS, leading publishing software developer, is today announcing that a major magazine publisher has just signed a 3 year contract for Knowledge Publish. The solution will facilitate simple publishing to web, remote working, secure cloud-based asset storage and much more.
Midland News Association goes live with Knowledge Prospect from PCS