Aries is an early adopter of the CRediT contributor roles taxonomy, having made a commitment to integrate role selection with author submission beginning with the 13.0 release (now in Beta testing).
It’s no secret that adopting standards has become increasingly necessary within Scholarly Publishing workflows. Similarly, Editorial Manager’s integrations with industry-wide standards are well known, and in use by thousands of journals.
There are several timesaving workflow tools built in to EM that are capable of saving editorial offices time during initial manuscript triage.
The March issue of ISMTE’s Editorial Office News (EON) Publication is freely accessible.
The following is an interview with Gabriel Harp, Senior Product Manager at Cell Press. Cell Press’s research journals have been leading a pilot allowing authors to optionally make use of the CRediT Contributor Roles Taxonomy, which will be integrated with Editorial Manager version 13.0, coming later this year. He describes the experience here:
In version 12.2, currently in early deployment, editorial offices can swap one editor for another, without disrupting the rest of the configured multi-editor chain.
Recent OA report validates Aries’ integration of standardized workflow data with payment processing systems
A recently published UK report on Open Access recommends formation of an Efficiency Forum Subgroup, stating that, “There are changes needed to workflows and systems within and between research funders, institutions, publishers, and service providers.”