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To improve the visibility of research hosted by Emerald’s publication websites and the onsite experiences of visitors, and to increase revenues from the websites’ content.
Emerald Insight, the publisher’s journals portal, was migrated from Emerald’s in-house hosting platform to Literatum, Atypon’s online publishing platform, in 2015. The migration included a range of content types, including journals, books, and serials.
According to Emerald’s own press release, after just one year on Literatum:
In early 2017, the site’s homepage was completely redesigned by Emerald staff—without any assistance from Atypon—using Page Builder, Literatum’s built-in, easy-to-use user interface and user experience design tool.
Emerald will be releasing additional product enhancements in the near future using Literatum, such as article-level publishing, which will provide authors with fast publication of their research and result in more citations.