Atypon Launches a Refreshed Website for Annual Reviews

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SANTA CLARA, Calif.—August 31, 2010— Atypon™, a leading provider of software to the publishing and media industry, today announced the launch of a refreshed website for Annual Reviews, whose publications are among the most highly cited in scientific literature as indexed by the Journal Citation Reports®.

The refreshed website, www.AnnualReviews.org, is powered by Literatum™, the leading platform for professional and scholarly publishers. It's packed with innovative features that make it easier than ever for researchers to find principal contributions in their field and stay up to date with new developments, including:

  • The ability to quickly preview an article's figures from tables of contents, search results, and most popular content pages
  • Tag-along navigation that keeps an article's figures, references, and related content visible while moving through the article
  • Snippets from cited Annual Reviews articles that accompany the references, giving insight into the context of the citations

"As we continue to add content, features, and functions, this refresh provides a more effective interaction with our articles," said Steve Castro, CFO and Director of Sales and Marketing for Annual Reviews. "Our new review article page unlocks the full depth of our content, making it easier for researchers to discover the relevant literature and information they need."

"The online edition of the article is the version of record," said Ed Evans, Solution Architect for Atypon. "As publishers continue to enrich the online editions of their articles, like Annual Reviews does, it becomes even more critical to have a user interface that allows researchers to get at and use the value-adds."

To view a sample article, visit www.AnnualReviews.org/r/sample.

About Atypon

Atypon is setting new standards for digital content delivery, discovery, and monetization. The company's solutions include Literatum™, the leading platform for professional and scholarly publishers, and RightSuite™, an enterprise access and commerce platform for publishing and media organizations. For more information, visit www.Atypon.com.