University of Pennsylvania Press and University of Virginia Press join Ingram Digital
June 22, 2009 | 10:20 am
By Paul Biba
More and more university presses are going digital. Here’s the latest from their press release:
“The market for digital content appears to be accelerating, and Ingram Digital, with its legacy in the book business and its unique position in the supply chain, stands out as the best way to navigate the challenges unique to launching a digital distribution program,” said Mark Saunders, Assistant Director of University of Virginia Press.
The cornerstone of Ingram Digital’s offering to academic publishers is CoreSource®, the industry’s most robust digital warehouse. CoreSource ensures that digital content is properly archived, file integrity protected, and versions controlled. It functions as a hub from which the publisher controls the delivery of digital files, metadata, and associated promotional materials to all its partners.
University of Pennsylvania and University of Virginia join Wesleyan University Press, Yale University Press, Princeton University Press and The University of California Press as clients who have recognized Ingram Digital’s leadership in providing safe, secure access to digital content.