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Atypon’s Founder and CEO, Georgios Papadopoulos, has assumed the new role of Chairman, and Marty Picco, Atypon’s Senior Vice President of Product, has been promoted to the new role of General Manager.
Atypon is now offering customers on its Literatum platform full integration with theIPregistry.orgto solve the problems caused by inefficiencies and inaccuracies within the process of managing, updating and communicating IP address changes.
Scholarly publishers will soon be able to receive usage reporting from Mendeley, Elsevier’s leading Scholarly Collaboration Network (SCN), and Digital Science’s literature discovery tools, ReadCube, Papers, and Dimensions.
With the hire of its 400th employee this month, Atypon has doubled in size since 2016, adding 33% more staff in 2017 alone.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has selected Literatum as its new online publishing platform.
Taylor & Francis has extended its existing contract and will continue to host, deliver, and market all of its research journals on Literatum, Atypon’s online publishing and website development platform.
AGU, Atypon, and Hypothesis are today announcing the selection of Hypothesis’ open source annotation framework to provide annotation capabilities on the Earth and Space Science […]
Today, Atypon and Hypothesis are announcing a collaboration to align annotation capabilities in Atypon’s new in-browser Literatum eReader with the emerging ecosystem of interoperable clients […]
A client since 2015, SAGE will continue host its 1,000+ journals in numerous disciplines on Literatum. “We put a high value on Atypon’s robust roadmap of platform enhancements,” said John Shaw, SAGE’s VP of Publishing Technologies.
Find out why over 200 publishers trust Atypon with their online publishing business.