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End to End Solution: Overamstel Uitgevers
Overamstel Uitgevers increased productivity and maximised revenue by implementing Virtusales’ Biblio3 end to end publishing solution
Supporting an Integrated Workflow: Verso Books
When Verso Books needed an integrated system to fully handle contract data and improve workflow between the Editorial and Rights and Royalty teams, they chose Virtusales’ BiblioLIVE publishing software, implementing the Bibliographic, Production and Contracts, Rights & Royalties modules.
Managing Data More Efficiently: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Jessica Kingsley Publishers selected Virtusales' BiblioLIVE publishing software, to meet their needs for a system that could send reliable ONIX feeds, provide user-friendly reporting and support managing metadata in versatile and useful ways.
The Perfect Circle: Bonnier Zaffre
Shane Hegarty, Head of Operations at Bonnier Zaffre explains how Bonnier efficiently manages its data workflow throughout the publishing life cycle.
The Hosted Solution: Kogan Page
Kogan Page is a leading independent global publisher of business books with a proud 45 year history. Each year they publish over 150 new titles and simultaneously release print and digital versions.
DAM is the Answer: Random House Group
The Random House Group is the largest general trade publishing company in the UK and is owned by one of the world’s largest media companies, Bertelsman AG. It publishes millions of fiction and non-fiction books every year and its reach is global with Random House books being sold in virtually every country in the world.
Leading the Way: Candlewick Press
Candlewick Press, based in Somerville, Massachusetts, publishes outstanding children’s books for readers of all ages. Since they first opened their doors in 1991, they’ve received more than 1500 accolades and honours, and have been named “the fastest growing children’s publisher in the U.S.” by Publishers Weekly.
Digital Workflow: Egmont
Egmont UK is part of the Egmont Group, one of Scandinavia’s leading media groups. The UK’s second largest children’s magazine publisher with 230 employees, selling approximately 25 million books and 12 million magazines every year.
The Lifecycle of Metadata: Wayne State University Press
Wayne State University Press was founded in 1941 and publishes under its own name and also the imprints Painted Turtle and Great Lakes Books. It is an established mid-sized University Press. Through its publishing programme, Wayne State University Press are proud to disseminate research and advance education.