Ingenta's Eleven: The Haworth Press and ten other publishers join IngentaConnect Amel Abourachid 07 Jun 2006 14:29 UTC
Dear colleagues, We thought some of you may be interested in the latest Ingenta publisher signings, announced today at the SSP Annual Conference in the US: Ingenta's Eleven: The Haworth Press and ten other publishers join IngentaConnect Ingenta, the technology provider which connects the publishing and information industries, today announced the latest 11 publishers to add their journals to the IngentaConnect platform, which provides subscription and pay-per-view access to nearly 10,000 scholarly e-journals. Prestigious US publisher The Haworth Press will take advantage of IngentaConnect's global distribution and visibility by adding their 226 journals to the platform, which will co-host them with Haworth's own site. President Bill Cohen described the arrangement as "epitomizing the 'third way' which is increasingly popular among scholarly publishers, who want both the autonomy and diversity of their own publications website, but also to capitalize on the ready-made audience offered by multi-publisher platforms. Ingenta is the most established of these, and with its larger market share was the obvious choice for us when we wanted to make our publications more widely available." Also in North America, the American Institute of Chemists, the Mathematical Association of America, and the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons have all chosen IngentaConnect as their online hosting partner, while the journal Surveying and Land Information Science will be added to the site by its co-publishers the National Society of Professional Surveyors, the American Association for Geodetic Surveying, and the Geographic and Land Information Society. In the UK, the Dental Protection Society, Engineering Integrity Society, International Seed Testing Association and University of Buckingham Press have all recently signed to place their journals online with IngentaConnect. Elsewhere, the South African Statistical Association and Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht are the latest publishers to join the service. IngentaConnect (www.ingentaconnect.com) now provides access to nearly 10,000 electronic journal, book and monograph titles and over 29,900 fax- and Ariel-delivered publications. The site receives up to 20 million users a month, and enables users to view full text via subscription and through a variety of different payment models such as library payment accounts, individual subscription sales and article pay-per-view access. ENDS For more information, please contact: Charlie Rapple Ingenta plc Tel: +44 (0) 1865 799060 Email: email@example.com About Ingenta www.ingenta.com Ingenta is the global market leader in the management and distribution of published scientific, professional and academic research via the Internet, and develops and maintains specialist websites and technology services for publishers, self-publishing societies and libraries. Ingenta has been included in the EContent 100, "a list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry", every year since 2002. For publishers of scientific, professional and academic periodicals, journals and reference works, Ingenta provides a suite of publisher services including data conversion, secure online hosting, access control and distribution services. Our recently-launched Information Commerce System provides flexible infrastructure and tools to enable publishers to repackage, bundle or price content online at the click of a button. For libraries and information professionals, Ingenta offers collection management and comprehensive document delivery options. Ingenta's collection of research content - 20 million articles from more than 9,500 online publications and 29,900 fax and Ariel delivered publications - is accessed by millions of researchers and librarians a month via ingentaconnect.com and other websites.