Ingenta Announces New Clients

Feb 04, 2003


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Ingenta, an online solution for academic and professional publishers, has signed more than 15 new publishers and societies since October 2002. These new accounts bring the company's total number of publisher accounts to almost 250. In addition to providing an online journal service, Ingenta says it has now built more than 60 publisher-branded Web sites for its clients and hundreds of journal Web sites ranging from branded home pages to highly customized stand alone Web sites. The World Bank has selected Ingenta to create the World Bank's e-Library, an electronic collection of World Bank publications, documents and papers, which will be accessible both on the World Bank's site, as well as via IngentaSelect.com. Users will be able to access this content via institutional subscription or pay-per-view. American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) has selected Ingenta for two journals from the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), the American Journal of Pathology and the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics) Oxford University Press has appointed Ingenta to build a specialist monograph Web site on behalf of Oxford University Press. The site, which will offer scholarship in the humanities and social sciences, will be online and cross-searchable in late 2003. American Pharmaceutical Association has appointed Ingenta to create an online presence for its publication, The Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association. Bellwether Publishing has appointed Ingenta to handle nine titles from Bellwether Publishing, including International Geology Review, the Journal of Applied Social Psychology and Physical Geography. FD Communications, Inc. has chosen Ingenta to create an online presence for its title Obesity Surgery, which will soon be available on ingenta.com. University of California Press, an existing Ingenta customer, has requested Ingenta's services for an additional ten titles including 19th Century Music, Agricultural History, Gastronomica, and Nineteenth Century Literature. Duke University Press will be adding another two titles to its current online offering: differences and NEURO-ONCOLOGY. Neoplasia Press, Inc. has requested that Ingenta include its title Neoplasia in the aggregation service, ingenta.com. TESOL has chosen Ingenta for its publication TESOL Quarterly. The company has also announced that it was recently named in the second annual EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry.

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