Harvard Kennedy School of Government Signs Agreement With Cadmus
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 10 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation, a leading provider of publisher services, today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government Case Program. The Case Program is the largest producer and repository of case studies designed to teach how government works, how public policy is made, and how nonprofit organizations work. Through this multi-year agreement, the Case Program will continue its arrangement with Cadmus to market and sell its case studies using the ArticleWorks Service, a comprehensive content delivery and digital rights management system that enables publishers and other content providers to deliver content on demand in either printed or secure electronic formats.
"We value the support and confidence that the Case Program has shown in Cadmus and our ArticleWorks solution," said Hai Tran, Senior Vice President of Technology & Strategic Development. "The Cadmus ArticleWorks Service has enabled the Case Program to make its case studies available to a wider audience, improve delivery times, generate incremental revenue, and reduce administrative overhead. The ArticleWorks Service is an ideal turnkey solution to create value for organizations like the Case Program with content to deliver in either printed or secure electronic formats."
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