The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) is the largest trade association for scholarly and professional publishers. As a referral partner with CCC, ALPSP works with CCC to offer copyright-related education and discounts on CCC’s RightsLink service to ALPSP members.
Find out more about ALPSP at www.alpsp.org
Founded in 1986, Aries Systems transforms the way scholarly publishers bring high-value content to the world. The company’s innovative and forward-looking workflow solutions manage the complexities of modern print and electronic publishing—from submission, to editorial management and peer review, to production tracking and publishing channel distribution. Aries’ Editorial Manager workflow solution is seamlessly integrated with CCC’s RightsLink for Open Access providing a seamless author workflow.
Find out more about Aries Systems at www.ariessys.com
Clarivate Analytics is the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation. Building on a heritage going back more than a century and a half, we have built some of the most trusted brands across the innovation lifecycle, including Web of Science, Cortellis, Derwent, CompuMark, MarkMonitor and Techstreet. Today, Clarivate Analytics is a new and independent company on a bold entrepreneurial mission to help our clients radically reduce the time from new ideas to life-changing innovations.
For more information, please visit www.clarivate.com
eJournalPress is focused on providing web-based technology solutions for the scholarly publishing community. The company was initially founded as a software consulting service assisting companies in designing, programming, and deploying software and mission critical systems. In 1999 eJournalPress utilized this skill set to work with journals and publishers creating a new generation of web-based software tools (EJPress) to support manuscript submission, tracking, and peer review. After the successful industry adoption of the EJPress system, the company launched its Production Tracking and Billing Payment Systems for customers who want a flexible, robust production tracking/content management system consistent with many of the advantages of our peer review system.
Find out more about eJournalPress at https://www.ejpress.com/
Fonto’s structured content authoring solutions help occasional authors, editors and reviewers to create, edit, review and publish ‘intelligent content’. Fonto’s flagship product, FontoXML Editor, is an intuitive, web-based XML editor that can be used without any XML knowledge or training. XML content is presented in a WYSIWYG-like way, and cursor-and keyboard behavior closely resembles that in general word-processing tools. However, “under the hood,” authors are directly editing XML, which means that the documents they create or edit are always compliant with the XML schema.
Find out more about Fonto at www.fontoxml.com
With 1,395 journals and over 6 million articles from more than 140 scholarly publishers, HighWire Press, a division of the Stanford University Libraries, hosts the largest repository of free, full-text life science articles in the world. HighWire has integrated CCC’s rights licensing services into their platform to allow publishers the ability to offer customers instant permission to reuse content right within their workflow.
Find out more at HighWire Press at www.highwirepress.com
ITHAKA helps the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways. Its JSTOR academic content service is used by millions for research, teaching and learning. Publisher content on JSTOR includes embedded CCC RightsLink Basic links back to copyright.com, enabling researchers and teachers to secure permissions quickly and easily.
Find out more about ITHAKA’s JSTOR service at www.jstor.org
Project MUSE is a leading provider of digital humanities and social sciences content; its electronic journal collections have supported a wide array of research needs at academic, public, special, and school libraries worldwide. Through integration of CCC’s copyright services into the Project MUSE platform, publishers can offer instant permission to reuse content to improve the online experience, simplify publishers’ permissions processes and increase revenue.
Find out more about Project MUSE at http://muse.jhu.edu