Reprints Desk Selects RapidRights from Cadmus Communications for Digital Rights Management of Article Reprints
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., March 28 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced today that Reprints Desk will use RapidRights from Cadmus ArticleWorks to deliver protected PDF files to customers who purchase electronic reprints of journal articles for electronic distribution to their sales professionals, customers, or prospects. RapidRights is a digital rights management (DRM) system designed specifically for publishers as a user-friendly solution for securing PDF files.
"The ArticleWorks platform and the RapidRights DRM system gives Reprints Desk a user-friendly method for online delivery of high-value copyrighted content," said Peter Derycz, founder of Reprints Desk. "We're delighted to partner with Cadmus. Working with the industry leader fits our strategy of offering cutting edge solutions for healthcare marketing. RapidRights offers a DRM system that is clearly the best for print content. Our team has delivered millions of articles, and we know first hand that the wrong DRM solution can ruin customer satisfaction. Cadmus has got it right with RapidRights, and we're confident that our customers will be satisfied."
"We're excited that Reprints Desk has selected RapidRights from Cadmus. The Reprints Desk team has a lot of experience in the marketing of healthcare content and they know what works," commented Mark Anderson, Vice President of Marketing at Cadmus. "Since we launched our ArticleWorks content delivery system, we have been focused on making our DRM application as unobtrusive and easy for the user as it can be."
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