This year's presentations included our new CRM solution which combines the functionality of several of our most popular STREAM applications with third-party tools that have become de facto standards (i.e. Salesforce & Liferay) of the publishing industry. Klopotek CRM provides publishers with an entirely new view of your customer relationships
New names have been added to the list of speakers at the Publishers' Forum 2017: Kate Worlock, Michael Bhaskar and Michael Healy. Find out about the details Register now, as the Forum's attractive Early Bird Offer is only available until 15 February 2017: Go to the registration page (English)
George Logan, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Klopotek North America and Klopotek’s representative to BISG, wrote an article for DBW: "The concept behind this article was to share the experiences that I and others have had managing and implementing business intelligence (BI) and reporting solutions. To help out, I asked some former
We are pleased to announce that Klopotek will sponsor a BIC Breakfast on the topic of "Selling Rights": Faber Creative Spaces, Bloomsbury, LondonWednesday 22 February 2017, 9am-10.30am"Knowing your Rights: The Challenges of Selling Book Rights in a Changing & Increasingly Digital Landscape" The speakers will be: Lynette Ow
Find out about the first topics and speakers of the Publishers' Forum 2017. Klopotek is the Platinum Collaborative Partner of the event.
Liber (with other educational publishers, such as Noordhoff, part of the Infinitas Learning Group) is in the process of integrating a wide range of state-of-the-art technologies to create a unique CRM solution.A major step in this project is the implementation of a Salesforce production environment, which is now live at Liber. Salesforce is f
As a result of ‘digitization’, ‘globalization’ and the substantial implications these dramatic changes have, new business models are being created, new players are entering the market, and new ways of accessing the market are being developed. Traditional, proven processes in publishing are undergoing radical changes, as new concepts for electronic
Scholarly publisher Wiley announced it will become “the first major publisher to require ORCID iDs for submitting authors” in November 2016. “ORCID provides a digital name – or iD – that uniquely and persistently identifies researchers and contributors. By connecting this iD to different research activities and affiliations across multiple research