Cadmus Creates Fully Integrated Publishing Content System, Web Based s-Proof
Press release from the issuing company
Richmond, VA - June 7, 2001 Cadmus Professional Communications, the world's largest provider of content management and production services to professional and scholarly publishers has broken another milestone in its efforts to create a fully integrated content creation, production management and multi-channel publishing system for the professional and scholarly market.
Since it's introduction in July, 2000, Cadmus' web-based s-Proof(tm) system has delivered over 10,000 articles' page proofs to scientists and scholars around the world. Authors in over 65 countries have received their article proofs electronically through this secure, web-based solution. s-Proof(tm) (soft-proof services) is Cadmus' robust, PDF-based solution to bringing the author proofing process of the article to the Internet. With s-Proof, publishers can reduce costs and time to publication without having to deal with the vagaries of e-mail system incompatibilities, lack of delivery verification, or author travel schedules. s-Proof(tm) services combine the reliability of paper proofing with the speed and cost benefits of web-based proofing.
Prestigious publishers such as The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, American Society for Pharmaceutical and Experimental Therapeutics, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Diabetes Association, American Association of Immunologists, The Endocrine Society, and John Wiley & Sons to name a few have selected the s-Proof(tm) system to rapidly deliver page proofs to authors around the world.
s-Proof(tm) is another important link in Cadmus' content production organization using article-based digital workflow to speed the process of publishing.
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