News, Events, and Industry Updates for the Scholarly Publishing Community





Q&A: End-to-End Publishing Automation with eXtyles Arc and Typefi

Inera and Typefi joined forces to present this free webinar showcasing how our eXtyles Arc and Typefi solutions work together to achieve a fully automated end-to-end article publishing workflow.  Read More


June 2020 Newsletter


Find preprints, customer highlights, PubMed news, and more in our June 2020 Newsletter! Read More


October 2019 Newsletter


From Frankfurt to Boston, it's the October 2019 newsletter! Read More


Why Should You Come to XUG 2019?

Registration for the 2019 eXtyles User Group Meeting is now open! Here’s why we think you should join us for the 15th annual XUG. Read More


July-August 2019 Newsletter


Big news for summer in our July/August newsletter! Read More


November-December 2018 Newsletter


Snow and metadata are in the air! #XUG2018, #CRLIVE18, new blog posts, the last Word Tip of 2018, and more in the November/December 2018 Newsletter! Read More


That’s (Not!) All She Wrote: What Happened at #XUG2018

Photo: the XUG 2018 registration deskOn November 8, we hosted the 14th eXtyles User Group Meeting (XUG)—the annual gathering for Inera software users, staff, and partners. At the Revere Boston Common in Boston’s beautiful theatre district, over 60 attendees convened to share expertise, best practices, and new developments! Read More


August 2018 Newsletter


XUG registration & agenda preview, NCBI API key update, customer news, and more in the August 2018 Newsletter! Read More


July 2018 Newsletter


Customer, staff, and XUG news, the latest on NCBI API key requirements, Crossref's new Status page, and more in the July 2018 Newsletter! Read More


Inera at SSP 2018: How Metadata Gets Lost in eProduction Workflows

At the 2018 Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, Inera’s Bruce Rosenblum co-presented at the session “The Gift that Keeps on Giving: Metadata and Persistent Identifiers Through the Research and Publication Cycle.” Bruce’s talk, “Bits and Pieces: How Metadata Gets Lost in eProduction Workflows,” focused on how journal production workflows have evolved over time, how metadata can fall through the cracks, and best metadata practices for publishers. Read More




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