RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 19 - Based upon a recent report from the Institute for Scientific Information ("ISI''), 70 of the top 100 scientific, technical and medical journals use Cadmus Communications Corporation as their service provider.
Cadmus provides production, content management, and editorial services to these most highly cited monthly journals. Cadmus prints over 64% of the top journals and provides at least one content management or print service to 70% of this group of opinion-leading publications.
"While we traditionally think of our leading market share in terms of the total market for scientific, technical and medical journals,'' noted Bruce Thomas, President and CEO of Cadmus, "clearly we are pleased that our market presence is greatest with these most highly cited journals. This new data confirms that we are the vendor of choice for these most prestigious journal publishers.''
The ISI Science Citation Index is determined by "impact factor'' which measures how often the articles published in a journal are cited in books and other journals. For more information about ISI, see http://www.isinet.com .
Cadmus Communications Corporation provides end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services to professional publishers, not-for-profit societies and corporations. Cadmus is the largest provider of content management and production services to scientific, technical and medical journal publishers in the world, the fourth largest publications printer in North America, and a leading national provider of specialty packaging products and services. Additional information about Cadmus is available at http://www.cadmus.com .
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