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Ingenta Releases New Subscription Management Service

Ingenta (http://www.ingenta.com) has revealed details of a new subscription management service for IngentaConnect. A new Web interface—which makes use of technologies such as Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript Pages and Faces—will provide IngentaConnect's publisher, librarian, and agent partners with improved administration capabilities. The back-end systems that support the tools have also been re-engineered for improved performance. The new tool is designed to give publishers much greater flexibility in terms of the business models by which they can license online access. It generally supports more customization, better communications, and more efficient subscription activation for Ingenta's library and agent partners.

Publishers will have greater power to customize the system according to their particular requirements, and the comprehensive notification options will improve customer communications. Librarians will be able to review the status of current and new subscriptions, and new content will be highlighted to assist efficient activation of online access. Agents will have additional facilities to locate users, activate access, and review existing data.

Source: Ingenta



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