Nvcleus Partners with ReviewerCredits

March 24

Nvcleus, powered by Amnet, a leading multichannel, end-to-end publishing platform, proudly announces its strategic collaboration with ReviewerCredits, a renowned Berlin-based network dedicated to peer reviewers and publishing integrity.

This collaboration aims to improve operational efficiency for journal and book publishers by integrating ReviewerCredits into the Nvcleus platform. The integration facilitates faster and more efficient peer reviewer searches, matches, and selection processes. The joint effort focuses on optimizing editorial workflows, saving editors’ time, and maintaining rigorous peer review standards.

Venu Prasad, managing director of Amnet ContentSource, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “Our collaboration with ReviewerCredits marks a pivotal step in fortifying the foundation of trustworthy publishing. Nvcleus, together with ReviewerCredits, ensures a seamless integration that accelerates peer review processes, reinforcing our commitment to advancing excellence in scholarly communication.”

Dr. Sven Fund, managing director of ReviewerCredits, emphasized the significance of the collaboration, saying, “It’s clear that finding good, well-matched, and effective peer reviewers who can be verified by editors is perhaps the key issue in publisher’s workflows at the moment, especially in this time of enhanced awareness of publishing integrity. Our partnership with Nvcleus, part of Amnet ContentSource, is tremendously exciting and we look forward to talking to publishers about how we can help them find better peer reviewers, faster.”

The partnership focuses on delivering tangible benefits to publishers, authors, and peer reviewers, aligning with Amnet Nvcleus’s commitment to innovation and collaboration in the publishing domain.

To find out more about Nvcleus, including a full list of features, their benefits, and a demonstration, visit Amnet at the London Book Fair, 12–14 March 2024, Booth 7E50.

Alternatively, visit www.nvcleus.com.

About Nvcleus

Amnet, through its collaboration with the Coko Foundation, has developed a highly automated web-based publishing platform. Nvcleus is a streamlined, collaborative end-to-end platform for preprints, journals, micropublications, and books, addressing pain points shared by authors, publishers, and peer reviewers—to communicate quickly and consistently from submission to published format. Single source and open source technologies, combined with AI-led automation, underpin intuitive workflows to assist authors, editors, reviewers, and production teams.

About Reviewer Credits

Reviewer Credits is the global network that recognizes and rewards the vital contribution peer reviewers make to scientific publishing. The Berlin-based sciencetech company collaborates with international publishing houses and research institutes and is home to more than 25,000 reviewers. For more details see www.reviewercredits.com