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





February 2019 Newsletter


Math news, Support Team news, conference news, and more! Read More


What’s New in eXtyles Reference Processing: 2018 Edition

Inera’s Development team continually works to improve how our software handles customers’ content. Collaborating closely with Inera’s Support team to keep on top of what improvements are needed, Development works on every aspect of our software, and a major focus is always our suite of reference processing tools, originally developed for eXtyles and now also forming the basis for EdifixRead 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


Empathy + Reproducibility: Inera’s Support Philosophy

At Inera, we take customer support seriously, and we’re proud of the personalized, responsive support we provide to our customers! Read More


September 2018 Newsletter


Edifix 4.0, #XUG2018 update, partner news, and more in the September 2018 Newsletter! Read More


Introducing ... Edifix 4.0!

Edifix turns 4 this year! Read More


Inera at CSE 2018: (Wo)man vs Machine

At the 2018 Council of Science Editors meeting in New Orleans, LA, Inera’s Elizabeth Blake co-presented at the session “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in Citations.” Liz’s talk, “(Wo)man vs Machine,” focused on how publishers can best combine human editors’ skills and knowledge with continually improving automated tools to maximize the accuracy and discoverability of the citations they publish and the metadata they deposit with organizations such as PubMed and Crossref. Read More


Why We Love Our Journal Database (And You Should, Too)

In August 2016, we wrote a little ode to our beloved Journal Database, which at that time contained just over 42,000 journal titles. We’re revisiting this topic now as we close in on an important milestone: the 50,000 title mark!
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Making Connections: Why You Need DOI Links and How to Get There



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