Atypon Systems

Atypon Systems
Atypon Systems is listed in the Computer Software & Services category in Santa Clara, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Atypon Systems which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Atypon Systems on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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5201 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 988-1240

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Atypon Systems has an overall ZapScore of 96. This means that Atypon Systems has a higher ZapScore than 96% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Santa Clara, California is 38 and in the Computer Software & Services category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Looking forward to your launch and to officially welcoming you to the Literatum community of publishers!…

Atypon named to #EContent 100’s most innovative digital content co for a 2nd year in a row. #digitalcontent #EC10

Proud to be among the #EContent 100 top digital content companies for the 2nd year in a row #digitalcontent #EC100

For the second year in a row, Atypon has been recognized as a digital technology leader by EContent magazine and named to its annual EContent 100 list. The award recognizes Atypon’s ongoing R&D that has contributed to unique features of our Literatum online publishing platform, including the Atypon eReader; Atypon Insights, Literatum’s analytics module; our UX 3.0 site design-and-build system, and Atypon Insight’s, the platform’s business intelligence module. Together with our enhanced search, semantic enrichment, and authentication technologies, these technologies work together to enable publishers to provide more productive research experiences for researchers and professionals.

RT @library_connect: CEO @Atypon says RA21 could be holy grail in solving access and security issues. See #chs17 session on RA21 Friday, 9…

RT @WileyLibINFO: "Email alerts no longer cut it [to] manage the firehose of new research." -CEO of @Atypon on current discovery challenges…

Josh Pyle, Atypon’s Vice President of Technology & Innovation, will be a panelist at the Charleston Conference on Wednesday, November 8. During “Personalization, Privacy, and the Pressure to Upgrade Authentication—A Conundrum? Or Perhaps a Win-Win?” Josh will address the recently issued court injunction requiring search engines and internet service providers to block Sci-Hub, and talk about various piracy mitigation strategies. The panel will also discuss various methods of non-IP-based authentication as well as the Resource Access for the 21st Century (RA21) initiative, to which Atypon is a contributor.
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In a plenary session Wednesday at the Charleston Conference 2017, Georgios will speak about the future of scholarly communication technologies, including non-IP-based authentication methods, ways to filter and personalize notification about newly published content using machine learning, new archiving strategies, and the importance of scholarly HTML and EPUB. He’ll also discuss the importance of Resource Access for the 21st Century (RA21), the joint STM/NISO initiative in which Atypon participates.
2017 Theme: What’s Past is Prologue Preconferences/Seminars: Monday, November 6 – Tuesday, November 7 Charleston Vendor Showcase: Tuesday, November 7 Main Conference: Wednesday, November 8 – Friday, November 10 Each year hundreds of librarians, vendors, and publishers make a pilgrimage to the Holy City. They are not headed to the Mediterranean, but to the southeast coast of the U S — to Charleston, SC. The Charleston Conference is an informal annual gathering of librarians, publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants, and vendors of library materials in Charleston, SC, in November, to discuss issues of importance to them all. It is designed to be a collegial gathering of individuals from different areas who discuss the same issues in a non-threatening, friendly, and highly informal environment. Presidents of companies discuss and debate with library directors, acquisitions librarians, reference librarians, serials librarians, collection development librarians, and many, many others. Begun in 1980, the Charleston Conference has grown from 20 participants in 1980 to almost 2,000 in 2016. Due to the amount of growth we have experienced, the Conference was held in two hotels for the first time in 2005: the Francis Marion and the Embassy Suites, both in downtown Charleston. We are now in three hotels (the Francis Marion, the Embassy Suites Historic, and the Courtyard Marriott Historic) plus the brand new Gaillard Center Charleston! The Conference does not have exhibits and is not attached to any professional organization, although a separately managed Vendor Showcase and Juried Product Development Forums take place at the Conference. Can librarians and vendors create a mutually satisfying environment where libraries can afford to buy the materials they need and vendors can still maintain a healthy profit? Can publishers keep prices down while costs escalate? How is the market being impacted by the Internet and electronic publishing? What are the rights and responsibilities of each of the parties involved? Who is maintaining the electronic archive? From the librarian of a small library to the CEO of a major corporation, they all stand and make their voices heard. The tone is casual, the talk irreverent, and the answers are far from simple. But together, we can find solutions. Full Conference schedule:

In his newly released article in Learned Publishing, Atypon’s Jacob Wilcock writes about a website’s role in content marketing (using content as a marketing tool) and how it benefits publishers as well as researchers and authors. Through his research and interviews with a dozen scholarly publishing industry executives, he explores the strategies and technologies behind successful initiatives that create more productive research experiences, gives authors broader exposure, increase site traffic, extend visits, and elevate a publishers’ visibility.
Publishers must think of their websites as marketing tools as well as content delivery systems.The five major strategies of content marketing are promotion, personalization, targeting, consumerization,...

UX 3.0, our new website design-and-build system, has debuted with the launch of the new Future Science Group websites. UX 3.0 accelerates new site development by eliminating the need for wireframes, and improves site performance through the adoption of consumer website design best practices. In just over two months, Future Science Group has already seen a significant increase in file downloads and site traffic.