September 15, 2004, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation, the developer of Editorial Manager and Preprint Manager, is pleased to announce that it has become an authorized CrossRef Agent. CrossRef participation by Aries signals the company’s commitment to enhancing its offering with DOI (Digital Object Identifier) registration as part of the peer review process. Release 4.0 (planned for Spring 2005) will enable publishers or journals to automatically assign a DOI and register article metadata in CrossRef as soon as a manuscript is accepted for publication. This enhancement delivers two key benefits for journals. Firstly, early registration of the DOI means that the manuscript can be reliably cited as soon as it is accepted for publication. Secondly, the DOI can be used as a universal identifier for sharing manuscript information between the peer review system and third party production management systems.
July 28, 2004, North Andover, MA, USA – More than five hundred journals using Editorial Manager for online manuscript submission and tracking are getting a major new release of the market-leading application. The announcement of the new features was applauded by almost one hundred attendees of the Editorial Manager User Group Meeting held in Boston on June 9 and 10, 2004. Pamela Fried of the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery commented, “The “Proposals and Invited Papers” feature in the 3.0 version of Editorial Manager is a greatly anticipated upgrade. It functioned smoothly in beta testing and appears versatile. We plan to apply it both to invited editorials and letters to the editor and their replies. It represents just one of many examples of Aries’ responsiveness to editorial office requests.”
December 31, 2003, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation announced today that users of the Editorial Manager online peer review system have been smoothly upgraded to a new release of Editorial Manager, Release 2.1.
Preprint Manager Journal Workflow Product Enables Instant Publication of Accepted Manuscripts to the Web
September 15, 2003, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation, a leading technology supplier to the scientific publishing community, is pleased to announce the release of Preprint Manager, an online workflow tool enabling faster and more cost-effective dissemination of peer reviewed manuscripts on the Web.
June 1, 2003, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation today announced the release of Editorial Manager Version 2.0. Editorial Manager is the on-line manuscript submission and tracking system that has been chosen by more than 170 journals and leading scientific publishers.
November 1, 2002, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation today announced the latest release of Editorial Manager for online manuscript submission and tracking.
The rapidly maturing market sector for online manuscript submission software was recently identified as publishing’s next “killer application” by the New York Times. Authors, reviewers and editors have latched on to the idea that the Internet provides a speedier and more efficient medium for conducting peer review, and are bombarding their publishers with ever-increasing demands.
May 25, 2002, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation today announced that more than 50 STM (Scientific, Technical and Medical) journals have chosen Aries’ Editorial Manager for Web-based manuscript submission and tracking. The journals are published by leading commercial organizations such as Elsevier Science and Kluwer Academic Press, as well as individual professional societies.
April 30, 2001, North Andover, MA, USA – Aries Systems Corporation today announced the forthcoming release of Editorial Manager, the web-based manuscript submission and tracking system for STM (Scientific, Technical and Medical) publishers.