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SANTA CLARA, Calif.—31 May 2011—Atypon®, a leading provider of software to the publishing and media industry, celebrates its fifteenth birthday on 14 June 2011. Headquartered in California, the company today employs nearly 100 people, and has offices in New York, the United Kingdom, and Jordan.
To mark the occasion, Atypon is sponsoring the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) Annual Meeting, which takes place in Boston on 1-3 June. Attendees are encouraged to visit booth #1 to learn about the latest Atypon capabilities, and to discuss ideas about their digital publishing future.
The company is also launching an initiative, called 'Passport,' to learn more from publishers about what they need from technology. Throughout its history, Atypon has solicited feedback from industry stakeholders; the Passport initiative is a commitment to continue and formalize that practice.
"We want to hear from publishers about capabilities that will propel them to even greater heights," said Gordon Tibbitts, President of Atypon. "The Passport initiative will further organize Atypon and our partners around the mission of discovering what publishers need and delivering on those needs."
To share your thoughts with Atypon, visit www.Atypon.com/Passport.
Atypon is setting new standards for digital content delivery, discovery, and monetization. Literatum™, the company's flagship publishing platform, is used to host more than 10 million journal articles, more than 25,000 eBooks, and many other types of professional and scholarly content. For more information, visit www.Atypon.com.