Vision Data

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Vision Data

Schiferle, Holly, Editor & Publisher

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Vision Data Sales


Amy Weaver


Tim Donnelly


Main Office



Who We Are Vision Data is the nation's most experienced and widely used supplier of software designed specifically for the newspaper industry, since 1976. We are proud of our proven history of outstanding service to the publishing industry with quality software products. Over the past 40 years, we have built a solid reputation for impeccable customer service, coupled with state-of-the-art innovation. In addition to local server installations, multi-sites with remote papers linked to a single central server, we also offer laaS and SaaS Vision Data hosted "cloud" options. We know newspapers and our trainers and support people know newspaper problems and speak your language. Through our experienced staff and our ongoing investment in cutting-edge product development, we have earned a solid reputation for customer satisfaction and retention that is unmatched in the industry.

Benefits to a Newspaper

Publishers realize a faster ROI with Vision Data, enjoy a worry-free, updated system that is flexible enough to keep pace with and stay one step ahead of the industry's needs. Vision Data's built-in features save money. Applications are designed to be fully transparent, provide real-time integration without costly and inefficient interfaces. Features such as the VisionWeb suite for self service, account self-management, built-in CRM and browser enabled sales order entry, E-Tears, Sales Campaign Manager, Sales Package management, exceptional reporting and many more features. Vision systems are fast and user-friendly, reducing training time and providing more time for productive sales and account management activities.

Why Companies Choose Us Publishers choose Vision Data because of our full menu of applications that minimize the need for interfaces, while providing a robust, user-friendly management solution for today's print and digital publications.

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