Santa Monica, Calif., February 28, 2011– Reprints Desk, Inc.®, the content workflow company, today announced that it has been named one of the “100 Companies that Matter Most in Knowledge Management” for the third year in a row by KMWorld Magazine.
KMWorld is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market and covers the latest in Content, Document and Knowledge Management, informing more than 50,000 subscribers about the components and processes - and subsequent success stories - that together offer solutions for improving business performance. KMWorld's annual “100 Companies that Matter Most in Knowledge Management” list, now in its eleventh year, is compiled by knowledge management practitioners, theorists, analysts, vendors, customers and their colleagues. Companies previously named to the list include Google, Apple, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, Adobe, EMC and IBM.
"Reprints Desk’s inclusion on the list is based on the breadth and impact of its innovations to meet specific customer needs while adding true value to its entire chain of constituencies," said Hugh McKellar KMWorld editor in chief.
Reprints Desk and Derycz Scientific CEO Peter Derycz said, “We are pleased that KMWorld once again has recognized Reprints Desk as one of the best in knowledge management, placing us among many elite companies in this or any field. We believe our inclusion on this year’s list reflects Reprints Desk’s many accomplishments last year. We continue to focus on innovation in designing services that save time and money, and improve workflows for professionals in information management, research, regulatory affairs, legal, medical affairs, and education, sales and marketing.”
Among its 2010 achievements, Reprints Desk:
- Named the exclusive reprints and eprints provider of journal article reprints for Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and other publications produced by the American Medical Association (AMA).
- Gained rights to electronic distribution of articles from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) through an agreement with the Massachusetts Medical Society, expanding the company’s direct distribution agreements to cover the top three medical journals (NEJM, JAMA and The Lancet from Elsevier) in the world based on impact factor.
- Completed integration of its third customer list acquired from a competitor by adding more than 100 customers from TDI Library Services.
- Formed a pilot partnership with Netherlands-based Swets, a leading journal subscription management providers, to promote Reprints Desk’s document delivery services around the world.
- Launched a new clinical reprints licensing and deployment service for pharmaceutical marketers who use multiple copies of a single eprint.
- Entered into a sales representative agreement with Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), wherein Reprints Desk became an authorized sales representative for Rightsphere. Rightsphere is the only CCC-validated rights management tool for accessing current and complete CCC license data and re-use permissions.
- Entered into a business alliance with Skura Corporation to provide licensing and delivery services for scientific journal article reprints from within Skura’s Closed-Loop Marketing (CLM) software, which is used by life science companies to improve physician-detailing performance.
- Collaborated on the launch of the Good Promotional Practices education portal with Prolifiq, a leading provider of sales content management software within the life sciences.
- Agreed to become a corporate sponsor of Room-to-Read, donating a portion of every article transaction to establish libraries in developing nations in support of literacy and gender equality.
Reprints Desk is headquartered in Santa Monica, California, and was founded in 2006 by document delivery pioneer Peter Derycz. The company provides business software and information services that simplify how individuals and research-intensive organizations procure, manage and share journal articles and other copyright-protected content. The company's content workflow and compliance solutions help customers effectively use peer-reviewed literature in research, regulatory submissions, medical affairs, and sales and marketing promotion.
About Reprints Desk®
Headquartered in Santa Monica, Calif., Reprints Desk provides business software and information services that simplify how individuals and research-intensive organizations procure, manage and share journal articles and other copyright-protected content. The company's content workflow and compliance solutions help customers effectively use peer-reviewed literature in research, regulatory submissions, medical affairs, and sales and marketing promotion. For more information, visit www.reprintsdesk.com.
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