Ingenta was formed in 1998 and floated on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in April 2000. After a number of smaller acquisitions, the Group expanded through a merger with Vista.
Jointly operating from Europe (Oxford) and North America (Boston and New Jersey), we have local teams in Brazil, India, China and Australia. With industry experience going back nearly 40 years and more than 150 employees, Ingenta serves over 400 trade and scholarly publishers, including HarperCollins, McGraw-Hill, Macmillan, Elsevier, Springer, Sage, BMJ Group, IOP, the IET, OECD, Brill, AIP Publishing, American Society for Microbiology, BioOne and the Christian Science Monitor.
Already a well-established and trusted brand within the scholarly publishing arena, the Ingenta name has now been used to bring the company’s products and services together under one brand umbrella. This allows content owners to understand the complementary offerings and gives the business a clear identity.
Founded in 1977, Vista provides solutions and services supporting the printed publication process. The company’s configurable author2reader system continues to serve all aspects of the publishing value chain, from author care through production, rights and royalties to warehouse and fulfilment. Dozens of publishers manage their operations with Vista systems, notably the distribution of every original English-language Harry Potter worldwide. Ingenta’s next-generation Commercial framework carries this tradition of intellectual property management forward into the digital era.
Established in 1998, Ingenta was an original innovator of online distribution technology for published scientific, professional and academic research. Serving publishers, societies and libraries, the company’s flagship Ingenta Connect portal now hosts more than 5 million articles and 16,000 publications from 350 publishers, and is accessed in over 25,000 institutions worldwide. Through mergers and acquisitions with UnCover, CatchWord, and Heron, Ingenta became an early leader in digital library platforms and associated services and now leads the industry with its custom-built Ingenta CMS hosting solution.
Founded in 1990 and acquired in 2000 by Ingenta, Publishers Communication Group (PCG) is an internationally recognized marketing and sales consulting firm providing a range of services designed to support and drive publisher outreach strategies. Combining a breadth of marketing and sales experience with a depth of industry knowledge in publishing and the global library community, PCG continues to provide global sales representation, telemarketing, market research, customer service operations and strategic consulting in established and emerging markets around the world.