Sheridan Books Inc.
HUNT VALLEY, Md.—September 28, 2015—Sheridan has expanded its automated print management system, Sheridan Select, to include a self‐service component granting publishers the ability to upload a book or journal title and place a print‐on‐demand (POD) order within a single transaction. Upon logging in to the Sheridan Select portal and initiating a POD order, publishers are…
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Hanover, PA - Sheridan's powerful eCommerce publisher platform has been enhanced to accommodate single issue journal sales down to a single copy. Sheridan Connect is a publisher branded PCI compliant eCommerce solution, giving publishers the tools to sell content to consumers. Publishers can now provide single issues of a journal title for sale as a physical copy from warehouse inventory or integrated print-on-demand.
Classic fairy tales have been making a comeback on the movie screen and their popularity has expanded to include the printed word, too. Sheridan Books is proud to be part of this resurgence, having been selected by Princeton University Press to continue the production of Princeton's The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm.
Hunt Valley, MD - The Sheridan Group (Sheridan) and The OPUS Group announce the addition of Clays Ltd. as the newest member of the Content Delivery Alliance (CDA). The CDA was created in 2011 to support the growing distribute and print need among international journal and book publishers.
Building on their successful Sheridan Digital Select technology, The Sheridan Group has released Sheridan Select, a next generation publishing solution for managing offset and digitally produced books and journals. A feature-rich architecture gives book and journal publishers a single point for order entry, significantly streamlining the process of ordering and managing a range of print products - from “one-off” print-on-demand to print runs in the thousands in both perfect and case-bound finishing. Publisher benefits – versatility, simplicity, and efficiency – are achieved through the use of one or all of three modules:
To survive and thrive as the book industry's digital revolution pushes forward, and as better inventory management drives the shift toward smaller print runs, the smarter printers are doing everything they can to ensure they'll be a part of that ongoing transformation. This includes incorporating newer technologies with an ever sharper focus on customer support and service. Book Business spoke with executives from Quad/Graphics, BookMasters, Sheridan Books, Walsworth and Thomson-Shore, and asked about their outlooks for their businesses. The general consensus: They're ready for what the next year (and the years to come) have in store for them.