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De Gruyter Chooses ScholarOne from Thomson Reuters for Complete Workflow Solution

Philadelphia, PA USA, London UK, January 27, 2010

Thomson Reuters today announced that De Gruyter, an international publisher of high-quality landmark publications in the humanities and natural sciences, has selected ScholarOne Manuscripts (formerly Manuscript Central), ScholarOne Books, and ScholarOne Production for use on multiple journal and book titles.

ScholarOne offers a complete workflow solution for any type of publication, from initial author submission through production.

"ScholarOne provides De Gruyter unmatched support for all their journals, books and production needs,” said Keith Collier, vice president and general manager of ScholarOne at Thomson Reuters. “We’re thrilled to partner with such a leading publisher to drive innovation and advancement in the scientific, technical, medical, humanities and natural science fields."

ScholarOne is the leading provider of innovative web-based solutions for managing article submission and peer review. The foremost commercial publishers, not-for-profit societies, university presses, and government agencies worldwide use ScholarOne solutions to help standardize, improve, and expedite administrative, editing and reviewing processes.

"ScholarOne uniquely offers one system for journals, books, and production," said Christian Kohl, senior manager of E-Publishing at De Gruyter. "Using one solution will boost our productivity and increase our efficiency across our entire publishing ecosystem."

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Thomson Reuters
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De Gruyter
For more than two-hundred and sixty years the name De Gruyter has been synonymous with high-quality, landmark publications in the humanities and natural sciences. The scope of our publishing program includes theology and philosophy, biology and chemistry, linguistics and literature, mathematics and physics, history and archaeology, as well as law and medicine. In all these areas De Gruyter has consistently partnered with exceptional scholars to establish itself as a key international publisher.

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