Princeton University Press Choose BiblioLIVE Publishing Software

 

The BiblioLIVE publishing suite will enable staff to manage various functional areas from an integrated, web based platform.

PUP chose Virtusales’ BiblioLIVE publishing suite, which will enable staff to manage the following functional areas from an integrated, web based platform:​

  • Peer review management

  • Pre-acquisition estimates

  • Production costing and schedules

  • Purchase ordering

  • Contracts, rights and permission sales

  • Third party rights management

  • Royalty processing

  • Editorial, bibliographic and marketing data

  • Unlimited ONIX 2.1 and ONIX 3.0 feeds

  • Business intelligence and sales analytics

  • Digital asset workflow

Princeton University Press chose BiblioLIVE because it was looking for a modern, cloud based publishing support system. Feedback from other publishers using the system, ranging from large commercial publishers to small university presses, indicated that the software and development team was a good fit for PUP.

Rodney Elder, Vice President of North America at Virtusales, comments, “We are delighted to have such a prestigious publishing house as a customer. Princeton is in a unique situation where they will have a truly integrated system in BiblioLIVE, with their entire operations from title management, production, rights and royalties in a single system.”

We are delighted to have such a prestigious publishing house as a customer. Princeton is in a unique situation where they will have a truly integrated system in BiblioLIVE, with their entire operations from title management, production, rights and royalties in a single system.

Rodney Elder, Vice President North America, Virtusales Publishing Solutions

About Princeton University Press

Princeton University Press is an independent publisher with close connections, both formal and informal, to Princeton University. It is a not for profit scholarly and academic publisher and its purpose is “the promotion of education and scholarship ... in the interests of Princeton University.” Currently, the Press publishes approximately 300 new titles each year in more than 40 disciplines.