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Cadmus ArticleWorks Expands Customer Base in the Scholarly Publishing Market

Press release from the issuing company

RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 2 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced that four scholarly publishers have signed new contracts for the Cadmus ArticleWorks content on demand delivery system. The latest publishers to join ArticleWorks' growing number of scholarly and professional publishers include the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), The Endocrine Society, and Pharmacotherapy Publications. ArticleWorks is used by publishers to support individual article sales in both electronic PDF and print on demand formats. Individual article sales are an increasingly important component of the STM publishing model to support non-subscriber sales, commercial sales programs, educational course packs, and other uses. Articles purchased in electronic PDF format are protected using ArticleWorks' RapidRights(TM) solution which secures articles from unauthorized access. Readers may also purchase high-quality, digitally printed copies of the articles which are delivered within two days of placing an order. "Implementation of ArticleWorks will begin in August for ASBMB publications," commented Nancy Rodnan, Director of Publications for ASBMB. "We are pleased to expand our offerings to include both electronic and paper copies of our articles through ArticleWorks. RapidRights provides excellent security and protection from unauthorized distribution. We are looking forward to working with Cadmus in providing a full reprint service through ArticleWorks." "The selection of ArticleWorks by these leading scholarly publishers further validates our solution as easy to use for content consumers as well as a comprehensive content delivery system for publishers," said Hai Tran, Executive Vice President of Business Development. "With these recent contracts, ArticleWorks is increasingly becoming the standard for digital rights management and on demand reprints for the scholarly publishing market."