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





February 2020 Newsletter


Find eXtyles news, customer news, partner news, new blog posts, and more in our February newsletter! Read More


November-December 2019 Newsletter


From A to XUG, it’s year-end news from Inera! Read More


October 2019 Newsletter


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


May 2019 Newsletter


The eXtyles software family is growing, and so is the Inera customer family! Get all the latest news in our May 2019 newsletter... Read More


January 2019 Newsletter


A new year brings new customers, new blog posts, new FAQs and more! 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


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


It’s a Wrap! What Happened at XUG 2017

Last week, we hosted our 13th annual eXtyles User Group Meeting, affectionately known as XUG. More than 50 eXtyles users and partners, from first-time to longtime attendees, gathered at the Sheraton Commander in Harvard Square to discuss eXtyles, metadata, technology, and publishing in the 21st century. Read More


How eXtyles Helps Dustri-Verlag Boost Reference Accuracy: Tales from the Reference Lists of Trace Elements & Electrolytes


Whether you’re a publishing professional, a journal editor, a researcher, or a software developer, it’s great to see your work achieve its goals out in the world. So we at Inera were delighted when our customer Dustri-Verlag shared with us a letter to the editor of one of their journals, Trace Elements & Electrolytes, by Dr. Mathias Seifert of the University of Hildesheim, Germany. Dr. Seifert’s letter documents a thorough analysis of citation accuracy in TEERead More


XUG 2016: Electronic Publishing Workflows



Last week, we hosted our twelfth annual eXtyles User Group Meeting, affectionately known as XUG. More than fifty eXtyles users—both old hands and greenhorns—gathered in the ballroom of the Sheraton Commander in Harvard Square to discuss eXtyles and publishing in the 21st century. This year, we departed from the usual agenda and brought a new focus to the discussions with a meeting theme: electronic publishing workflowsRead More




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