New Service Solution for Small-scale Open Access Scholarly Publishers
OpenAccessSolutions.com now offers publishing services to scholarly publishers, with PKP software as part of their toolkit.
From their recent press release:
2 April 2009; Stockholm, Dublin, London: Co-Action Publishing, Datapage and T Marketing are pleased to announce the launch today of OpenAccessSolutions.com, a website dedicated to offering small-scale Open Access scholarly publishers a full range of affordable services from multiple vendors along the publishing chain through a single virtual location.
OpenAccessSolutions.com addresses the needs of a growing segment within Open Access scholarly publishing. The Open Access journals market is growing quickly, and currently represents approximately 9% of the refereed journals listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Directory. A number of these journals are operated by single editorial teams, societies or university presses. OpenAccessSolutions.com allows these publishers to combine independence with behind-the-scenes professional support on virtually any aspect of journal development and the publishing process.
"We recognize that many scholars and societies wish to remain independent of a publishing house as they transition a current subscription journal to Open Access or launch a new journal," stated Caroline Sutton, Co-Action Publishing, adding "By teaming up with Datapage and T Marketing, we are able to offer these publishers access to the same professional skill and know-how that large publishers take advantage of everyday in a format that is scalable to their needs."
Nisha Rahul, Operations Manager for Datapage further commented "Datapage has been providing typesetting and pre-press services to publishers worldwide since 1987. Our ultimate aim is to make ourselves 'easier to do business with'. Through OpenAccessSolutions.com we make publishing easier for small publishers by providing seamless solutions from several vendors, allowing each publisher to create an optimal service package."
T Marketing Founder Natasha White shared her thoughts on the launch, stating, "After having worked at some of the world’s largest publishers, I am now working daily with smaller businesses as well. Like Datapage and Co-Action Publishing, T Marketing welcomes the opportunity to work together with small-scale scholarly publishers to augment the skills and competencies of their in-house teams."
For more information about OpenAccessSolutions.com and the partners behind it, visit the website at: www.OpenAccessSolutions.com