IBS Bookmaster Takes on Digital Publishing
(Press Release) IBS Bookmaster has taken major steps towards the delivery of the industry's most functionally complete solution for the Digital Publishing Supply Chain, complimenting it's core solution for traditional publishing and distribution processes.
The Digital Supply Chain sits precariously near the top of almost every publishing company's priority list. For many in the publishing industry, the mere term Digital Supply Chain is enough to cause agitation. It is broad and vague and covers a range of possibilities for products, technologies and services, but presents no easy solution for managing them—until now.
Leveraging over 20 years experience of working with international publishers and book distributors, IBS Bookmaster is perfectly positioned to help seamlessly enable the Digital Supply Chain and still manage the core processes that are the backbone of any publishing business.
The Digital Supply Chain requirements of Harvard University Press are typical of many publishers right now, as Chief Financial Officer, Timothy Doyle says, "We are a traditional publisher moving positively into the modern, digital world. However, thanks to IBS Bookmaster, we are doing it very much with our eyes open. With all the information we have to hand and with the technical, strategic and physical capabilities to ensure we embrace digitization positively and without detriment to our existing business."
IBS Bookmaster has already taken major steps towards the delivery of the industry's most functionally complete solution for the Digital Publishing Supply Chain.
IBS is committed to delivering future-proof products, significantly growing its research and development team, with senior roles and supporting teams securely in place. This major investment reinforces our commitment to deliver the new Rights, Royalties and Permissions Management modules needed to compliment an effective digital supply chain solution. Responding to the individual needs of our clients, we have already integrated digital warehousing and subscriptions web services into some of their existing Bookmaster solutions.