Jul 28, 2009
Santa Monica, Calif. (PRWEB) - Derycz Scientific, Inc. (www.deryczscientific.com) (DYSC.OB) (www.deryczscientific.com) today announced an expanded services distribution agreement between its subsidiary, Reprints Desk, Inc. (www.reprintsdesk.com), and FIZ Karlsruhe, a European-based provider of information delivery services. The agreement makes Reprints Desk's article ePrint procurement service immediately available within the FIZ AutoDoc full-text brokerage routing system for document delivery, enabling major life science companies and other FIZ AutoDoc customers to improve enterprise content workflow and spend management visibility.
FIZ AutoDoc is the document delivery system of choice for many of Europe's largest corporations, supporting unmediated and mediated ordering for single journal articles, patent documents, reports, conference papers, proceedings or other publications. Reprints Desk offers ePrint procurement services as part of its Reprints NRx service that makes it easier for life science and healthcare communications companies to order bulk copies of peer-reviewed journal articles from scientific and medical publications for use in promotions and educational programs. Scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles are important educational tools for pharmaceutical and other life science companies who communicate with medical professionals.
About Derycz Scientific®
Derycz Scientific, Inc. (www.deryczscientific.com) is the parent company to business software and information services companies Reprints Desk, Inc., and Pools Press, Inc. The company and its wholly owned subsidiaries serve corporate customers in research-intensive industries such as the life sciences, energy, aerospace, industrial products, consumer packaged goods, and information technology - with a focus on developing solutions to enhance research and development, regulatory and copyright compliance, and sales and marketing promotions. For more information about Derycz Scientific, visit the Deryczscientific.com website.
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