This year’s London Book Fair was a lively event with a refreshing air of positivity. Klopotek occupied a prominent position on the approach to the China focus in Earls Court 2 and had an active stand with meetings scheduled throughout all the three days. Klopotek’s focus for this year’s event was the announcement of the latest Klopotek softwa
Klopotek launched the SaaS User Group UK at the London Book Fair on 17 April 2012. Steve Waldron, VP Business Development North America, stated about the event: "We held the inaugural Klopotek SaaS User Group today at the London Book Fair. Represented were our customers from Edinburgh University Press, Manchester University Press, The Poli
Steve Waldron, VP Business Development Klopotek North America, explains why the Klopotek February 2012 patch release includes many exciting developments in usability and functionality, and writes about some of the new tools which will make your life easier.
The Press was established in 1922 and is wholly owned by the University of Wales. Now publishing nearly 70 new books and 7 journals a year both in English and in Welsh, they recognize the need for reliable software to effectively manage the areas of Title Management & Product Marketing, Editorial & Production and Contracts, Rights & Roy
WPG Publishers, one of the leading publishing groups in Benelux, chose as early as in 2000 to implement the Klopotek publishing solution. Having relied on the system for over 10 years, now publishing houses A.W. Bruna and WPG Belgium, formerly Standaard Uitgeverij and Manteau, which were acquired by WPG last year, will also switch to the Klopotek p
Edinburgh University Press, the premier academic publisher in Scotland and one of the leading university presses in the UK, has selected the SaaS version of Klopotek’s Title Management and Product Marketing solution. Chief Executive Timothy Wright commented: “Investment in robust and reliable systems is paramount for publishers of all sizes.
Early this summer 2011, PPM went live for the Elsevier Asia Pacific (APAC) locations of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. This is the second phase of Elsevier’s APAC PPM project for book publishing. The first phase of the project included Australia and India locations which went live in September 2010. This APAC Phase 2 rollout is an especially uniqu
Manchester University Press selects Klopotek to handle the increased complexity of today’s royalty contracts
Manchester University Press, the third largest University Press in England, is going to implement the SaaS (Software as a Service) version of Klopotek’s Royalties module. MUP is currently publishing 130 new titles a year, 14 journals and around 60 reprints from its extensive backlist. The Press sells more than 150,000 books each year, so effective