LOS GATOS | November 13 2018 - Digital publishing technology provider HighWire has announced a long-term partnership with
LOS GATOS | 26 October 2018 - HighWire welcomes its newest partner, the JAMA Network (Journal of the American Medical Association), who is using the award winning Impact Vizor journal analytics tool, part of the HighWire | Analytics solution, to gain a deeper understanding of their digital journal program.
[10 OCTOBER 2018 | UK] - Digital publishing technology provider HighWire has partnered with Springer Publishing to offer digital access to its extensive collection of nursing, behavioral and health sciences, and medical content, including textbooks, professional reference and clinical books, and journals.
We are delighted to be announcing new functionality within our HighWire Hosting capability. Updates to the Scolaris platform will mean that it will now be much easier for you to host multiple types of content in the same site and manage it all through a single, simple CMS. In addition to delivering significant internal efficiencies for publishers, powerful search functionality will make it much easier for your users to find the content they need and seamlessly move between content types.
HighWire’s popular Publishers Meetings will return in 2019 – save the date
Every year at HighWire we like to bring our customers and prospects together to share and discuss the latest developments in the world of scholarly publishing.
Whilst these two-day events won’t take place until the middle of next year, we’re conscious that diaries fill up very fast, so we’d encourage you to save the date.
[19 SEPTEMBER 2018, UK] – Manuscript Submissions are the lifeblood of scholarly publishing. Building on HighWire’s experience of supporting larger publishers with their submission and publishing workflow management, HighWire has introduced a new, simplified and intuitive version for publishers with low volume and straight-forward submission processes; BenchPress Unlimited.
Platform offers a simplified user experience with single sign-on whilst enhancing control for publishers and institutions beyond traditional platform abilities
Building on last year’s CASA launch, Universal CASA means researchers can access content any time, anywhere, from any device and any source