Atypon’s publishing and website development platform is scalable, adaptable, and reliable—and supports every type of content.
One platform with six interlocking modules for website development, content hosting, access control, marketing, eCommerce, and analytics.
Design, strategy, and project management for every Literatum migration. Customer service, security, and compliance for every implementation.
More standard features than any other platform—and a customizable solution for your entire publishing enterprise.
Case studies, infographics, white papers, how-tos—the ins and outs of Literatum and insights into how our clients use it.
Personalized content discovery, targeted content promotion, and a compelling interface make Scitrus the smart discovery tool for researchers—and publishers.
The free authoring tool designed specifically for scholarly researchers—and a valuable new service to offer your authors.
The unique technologies underlying our products, and an inside look at how those technologies come to life.
What do you publish? What’s your role? Learn how to put our publishing technologies to work for you.
Who we are, how we got here, and a whole new publishing paradigm for distributing, promoting, and monetizing your content.
Practical information and informed opinions from our subject matter experts on everything publishing, from eCommerce to eReaders.
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