In 2020, Covid-19 shook the world and forced us all to re-evaluate. Given this context, it seemed right to revisit our academic publishing audience and understand how the lessons of 2020 are driving change in 2021.
Digital transformation means so much more than file-sharing, new formats and faster workflows. Here are our top 5 ways in which the cloud has revolutionised publishing.
Publishing production services, support and technical expertise to help grow an exceptional portfolio of life sciences journals, whilst keeping in step with the evolving requirements of online publishing.
Publishing is, in many ways, a volume business. The Deanta team know publishing and are managing huge volumes of work day to day...
In Deanta's 2021 Survey - Trends in Academic Publishing 2021, more than 50% of academic publishers stated that data science would have a "growing" or "significant" role in their business in the coming year.
A Q&A with production management specialist and IPG Conference Exhibitor Deanta. How well do you think independent publishing has responded...
Using a lean agile workforce and the Lanstad technology platform to eradicate errors, avoid duplication of effort and speed up the production process to meet seasonal demand.
Over the past 20 years, almost every industry has seen huge digital change. From the major shift to ecommerce in retail to the digital optimisation of supply chains in manufacturing, new technologies have reshaped business models and offered a smarter way to operate.
Warren Buffet once said that it's only when the tide goes out that you learn who has been swimming naked, and the COVID-19 crisis has exposed businesses like nothing else in living memory.
Deanta made a considerable investment in our production management system last year, to tackle two main gaps in the market and assist publishers and help them become better businesses in 2020.