Editorial Manager, and other systems handling submission and peer review, allow authors to check in on manuscript status. However, update frequency, status descriptions, and other factors differ between journals.
We asked about 150 of our customers– the 2016 Editorial Manager User Group– to help us locate the “treasure” in Editorial Manager. If this sounds familiar, it’s because we tasked our 2016 European Editorial Manager User group meeting attendees with something similar.
Aries products, are configurable and flexible, giving control to users to design the best, most supportive workflows for their publications. Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager stand out among other systems in the marketplace because workflows are not hard-coded, and a majority of configuration requires no development, or delay.
Naturally, Aries closely tracks developments within the workflows and technologies surrounding the peer review process, so that Editorial Manager remains as helpful as possible to the thousands of publications depending on it.
Aries attended ISMTE’s first Asian Conference, held last week in Singapore.
Two just-released videos highlight the fact that Aries’ Editorial Manager and ProduXion Manager systems are tangible examples of the company’s commitment to giving users the control to manage their own configuration to support workflows as they see fit. This means that there are no costly software code changes, or lag times, associated with editorial offices making changes to the way deployments are configured.
There is still time to sign up to attend Aries’ Client Services team’s 12.2 Feature Webinar.
There are several timesaving workflow tools built in to EM that are capable of saving editorial offices time during initial manuscript triage.