Cadmus Communications Releases Rapid Review Version 3.0 with Improved Features for Authors and Publishers
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Aug. 31 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced that it has released version 3.0 of Rapid Review, an online manuscript submission and tracking system for publishers. This new release offers significant upgrades to enhance ease-of-use and flexibility for authors during the submission process. It also increases publisher customization options at a lower cost by providing more flexibility to configure workflows and forms to meet publishers' specific needs.
"All new capabilities were developed to directly reflect the feedback we've received about the evolving needs of Rapid Review customers," stated Hai Tran, Executive Vice President of Business Development. "We serve a mix of both large and small society customers and version 3.0 enhancements allow us to provide the flexibility needed by these different organizations. With this new release, we have made it far more cost-effective for smaller organizations to implement an online submission system."
Tran continued, "Additionally we have responded to feedback from authors to build more flexibility into the submission process by adding user-friendly submission guides and flexible navigation options to support individual workflow preferences. These additions will reduce the support burden on the publisher's staff and increase author satisfaction."
Rapid Review is a web-based manuscript submission and tracking solution that enables publishers of peer-reviewed publications to manage their complete review process online -- reducing review processing times and lowering administrative overhead costs.
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