Inera is widely recognized as a global leader in publishing technology. Since 1992, Inera’s seasoned team of publishing and software professionals have pooled a unique set of skills to bring transformational change to the publishing industry.
We develop and license the eXtyles family of Word-based editorial and XML tools, and the new Edifix online bibliographic reference solution. eXtyles and Edifix allow their users to automate the most time-consuming aspects of document publication. Publishers of scholarly journals and books, standards, and government documents worldwide rely on these software solutions to drive modern electronic and print publication workflows.
Our mission extends beyond world-class software. We actively engage in standards development (NLM/JATS/BITS DTDs), cross-publisher initiatives (CrossRef), and board membership in key organizations (NISO).
Our holistic approach, providing both great software and industry leadership, delivers Inera’s customers and partners unparalleled results.
Irina Golfman founded Inera in 1992. Ms. Golfman is responsible for strategic planning at Inera, and also leads the product team for Inera’s new Edifix web service. Before founding Inera, Ms. Golfman was Director of Commercial Product Development for Kurzweil Computer Products, a division of Xerox. In that role, she managed the design and development of commercial optical character recognition products for Macintosh, Windows, and Unix.
Prior to Xerox, Ms. Golfman held positions in software development at Wang Laboratories, Linkware, Codex Corporation, and Prime Computer.Ms. Golfman has spoken at Seybold, Extreme Markup, XML World, and other publishing-related conferences where she specializes in presentations on the design, development, and deployment of XML/SGML systems that meet specific needs and provide a solid return on investment.
Bruce Rosenblum has more than 30 years of experience designing and implementing electronic publishing solutions. He heads up all software development activities at Inera, including the design and development of eXtyles. He also consults on the application of XML in publishing and the design of electronic production workflows. He co-authored the JATS/NLM DTD suite and developed the CrossRef Metadata Deposit Schema.
Elizabeth Blake joined Inera in 2002. Before joining Inera, Ms. Blake was a Manuscript Editor at the New England Journal of Medicine, as well as a member of NEJM’s Electronic Editing Task Force, which focused on the journal’s transition from a paper to an electronic workflow. Prior to this, she was a Copyeditor and then the Managing Editor of Neuron, the neuroscience journal published by Cell Press. During her time at Cell Press, Ms. Blake was one of the original beta testers of eXtyles.
Ms. Blake speaks regularly at the Council of Science Editors annual meeting and has over 15 years of experience in scholarly publishing. With her extensive editorial and production expertise, she oversees both sales and implementation to ensure that eXtyles is customized and deployed to optimally meet each organization’s unique requirements.