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Cadmus Awarded Deal from Production Services Contract for Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Friday, December 22, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Dec 21 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced today that it has been awarded a multi- year contract extension from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) to manage their journal production process including copyediting, journal production management, composition, graphics, XML coding, printing, and reprints. PNAS is one of the world's most-cited and prestigious multidisciplinary scientific journals. "Cadmus is a key player in our progressive approach to publishing. They help us manage vast amounts of online supplemental information in addition to the production of the printed product," remarked Diane Sullenberger, executive editor at PNAS. "Cadmus customized an intricate global workflow solution to meet our unique requirements." John Grinnell, executive vice president of global content services for Cadmus added, "We have built a team and a workflow specifically around PNAS' unique requirements. PNAS is committed to continual innovation, reduced time to publication, and never compromising the quality of their journal, and we have built a global team that embraces these goals and makes them their own. We are extremely proud to have been chosen as PNAS' partner and to have been entrusted with the huge responsibility of managing their journal production process. We're committed to helping them continue to innovate and adapt to changing publishing requirements. Our job is to help our customers attract the best scientific manuscripts in the world, by helping them publish more quickly and to enable new, non-print channels for delivery of content."

 

 

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