Pub2Web

Publishing Technology chosen to build pioneering academic publishing site for GSE Research

New online platform for research into governance, sustainability and the environment will be built using Publishing Technology’s innovative semantic web based publishing software, pub2web.
 

GSE Research and Publishing Technology celebrate launch of leading edge publications and community hub

New site founds innovative publishing resource for the governance, sustainability and the environment community
 

Publishing Technology signs landmark China deal

Content delivery platform to be built for Chinese library market
 

United Nations chooses Publishing Technology’s digital publishing platform for its eCollection

Major deal brings Publishing Technology’s 2011 new publisher signings to 40
 

NASW selects pub2web to maximise visibility of growing e-publications collection

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has selected the pub2web platform to host e-publications made available to over 150,000 users.
 

pub2web gets global appeal as trio launch internationally

Leading provider of software and services to the publishing industries launches three new pub2web websites: PierOnline (for Sunmedia), the World Bank eLibrary, and the OECD iLibrary.
 

Publishing Technology to build new digital platform for the American Society for Microbiology

Deal sees the creation of a next-generation digital platform to host all of the organization’s published authoritative content online.
 

AIP Publishing and Publishing Technology go-live with next generation Scitation

New custom platform developed for American Institute of Physics
 

Publishing Technology appoints Mark Carden as Global Head of Sales

Publishing Technology, the global provider of software and services to the publishing industry, and the largest player in the market, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Carden as Executive Vice President, Global Sales & Marketing.
 

Engineering institution selects Publishing Technology’s pub2web to develop its Digital Library

Partnership to develop a new website that will be home to the IET's journal, eBook, magazine and conference content which dates back to 1872 and includes more than 185,000 articles.