28 April 2015

PCG announces new representation agreement with Japanese medical publisher Meteo

Sales, marketing and research consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG), a division of Ingenta, has signed a new sales representation deal with leading Japanese medical publisher, Meteo, to help expand the reach of its Medical Online-E information service into North and South America. Hosting around 800 medical journals, over 1.3 million...

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26 March 2015

Print still king for so-called digital natives - New study reveals millennial readers across US and UK prefer to read print books and browse book shops

Millennials are far more likely to read printed books than ebooks, according to new research by Ingenta. The survey, which polled 2,000 consumers across the U.S. and U.K., aged between 18 and 34, found that in the last year, nearly twice as many respondents had read a print book (71...

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10 March 2015

Egmont Publishing unveils new contract and rights management system on Ingenta’s advance platform

Egmont Publishing, a leading global children’s book, magazine and digital publisher, has launched a new global contracts and rights system running on Ingenta’s advance platform. The system, which went live late last year at the publisher’s UK and Denmark-based Scandinavian offices, will enable the company to benefit from a single,...

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02 February 2015

PCG celebrates 25 years of service to scholarly publishers

Sales, marketing and research consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG) announced plans to mark its silver jubilee in 2015, having helped more than one hundred publishers connect with thousands of libraries and millions of end-users around the world over the past quarter century. The company will host a series of commemorative...

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18 December 2014

Ingenta expands client base in 2014

Company crowns pivotal year with 10 per cent increase in ingentaconnect publishers Ingenta has ended this year on a high by announcing one of its most significant achievements - a 10 per cent rise in the number of publishers choosing to host their publications on its ingentaconnect platform. The Company...

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04 December 2014

The Christian Science Monitor partners with PCG to sell its archive

Industry consultancy Publishers Communication Group (PCG) has been selected by the Christian Science Publishing Society to represent its Historic Newspaper Archive. PCG will sell the retrospective collection, which digitizes nine decades of the award-winning The Christian Science Monitor, to academic institutions, public and government libraries in North America. Download PDF

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18 November 2014

Macmillan Distribution goes live with new subscription business powered by Ingenta

Macmillan Distribution (MDL), the award-winning international book distributor, has gone live with its new subscription platform, running on Ingenta’s advance enterprise system. MDL becomes the first Ingenta client in the UK to launch its service on the digitally-native Order to Cash module of advance, which effectively enables the company to...

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04 November 2014

Ingenta appoints David Montgomery as CTO

New roles filled as company expands senior management team  Ingenta has hired David Montgomery to take up the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO), with immediate effect, as the company bolsters its senior management team. David joins the company from Inspired Thinking Group (ITG), a Tech Track 100...

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28 October 2014

Libraries Increasingly Fund Open Access Fees - New study by PCG shows 23% of libraries cover article processing charges for author submissions to OA journals

Academic libraries are getting ever more involved in the cataloging and funding of Gold Open Access (OA) publications, according to a new survey by industry consultancy, Publishers Communication Group (PCG). Gold Open Access, though generally understood as the freely-accessible, “author pays” model, may actually be covered by sources such as...

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07 October 2014

Mobile phone reading on the rise in US and UK

New study by Ingenta shows 43 per cent have read ebooks on their mobile phones An increasing number of people are now using their mobile phones to read ebooks, a survey by Ingenta revealed today. The survey of 3,000 consumers across the US and UK found that 43 per cent...

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