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Cadmus gets 4 year deal from American Physiological Society

Monday, December 18, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Dec 15, 2006 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced today that it has been awarded a four- year contract extension by the American Physiological Society (APS) to provide a full range of scholarly journal production services including composition, content management, printing, and web-based production tracking with Cadmus' Rapid Production Manager(TM) (RPM) for all of APS' widely acclaimed scholarly journals. In addition, Cadmus recently provided legacy data conversion services for APS' journals dating back to 1898 totaling 650,000 pages. APS is a premier not-for-profit publisher in the life sciences community whose publications are among the most respected and frequently cited in the world within their specialized fields of research. "Working with Cadmus to implement workflows from article acceptance to publication increases our competitiveness in the marketplace and attracts leading authors because we can publish their research faster," said Dr. Martin Frank, executive director of APS. "We value the unsurpassed market expertise, personalized customer service and breadth of service offerings that Cadmus provides." Margaret Reich, APS' director of publications and executive editor added, "APS is a leader in implementing innovative technologies like RPM, a web-based production environment that Cadmus developed in direct response to our needs. We were the first to implement this centralized production system that provides visibility into the entire production process as the articles move from our office through the Cadmus workflow. Cadmus has played a key role in helping APS to develop these new systems and workflows that expedite time-to- market for its publications and we look forward to four more years of fruitful partnership." "The Cadmus/APS partnership is an excellent example of the collaborative relationships we strive to create with all of our customers," remarked Bruce Thomas, president and chief executive officer at Cadmus. "Throughout our long-standing relationship with APS and during the past fifteen years as their single source provider of production services, Cadmus has provided consultative services and leading edge tools to help APS accelerate production processes and bring products to market faster. We are proud of our association with APS and excited about the extension of this important relationship."




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