Royal Society Publishing (RSP), the publishing division of the Royal Society, UK, and Clariti Systems Ltd, a UK based independent software and web solution provider, have announced a new partnership to track the production of the publications of Britain's national science academy from acceptance to publication. Under the deal, all content of RSP's eight periodicals will move to Clariti Systems' electronic tracking system - PublishingAtWork - from September 2008.
PublishingAtWork uses the latest innovative technologies to deliver a fully featured web based management solution tailored for the publishing industry. The publishing at work platform delivers a comprehensive and complete system to manage publishing schedule; production tracking; supplier management; reporting; issue make up; and article bank. The system is built on the principle of bringing clarity to work.
As the publishing division of the UK's foremost academy of science, Royal Society Publishing produces seven peer-reviewed journals and provides access to a rich digital journal archive dating back to 1665. The Royal Society digital journal archive comprises every paper published in a Royal Society journal - from the very first peer-reviewed paper in Philosophical Transactions in 1665 to the most recent interdisciplinary article in Journal of the Royal Society Interface.