As a result of its ongoing expansion, Deanta has just moved its Dublin office to a new larger venue in the Seapoint Building, Clontarf. The new premises will accommodate Deanta’s growing staff and support the company’s future expansion plans and enhanced focus on its onshore project management team.
Rachel is a member of Deanta’s project management team. She is responsible for supervising the production cycle of academic books in the Humanities and Social Sciences fields, from the receipt of the manuscript to the delivery of the final product.
In this blog post, we want to explore the reasons why the adoption of an XML production workflow can prove to be extremely beneficial, even to small publishers. The advantages this technology can bring in terms of efficiency and cost reduction are countless. Two key developments have also rendered its implementation less painful.
With the opening of a new technology centre in India, Deanta continues to invest in application development and support. This important investment represents an exciting new stage of growth for Deanta and demonstrates our commitment to continuously improve its technology and develop closer relationships with its end users.
We are just a short few weeks from London Book Fair 2016, which marks the 45th anniversary of one of the largest events in the global publishing calendar. It is a fantastic opportunity to explore new innovations in publishing, discuss rights, network with peers and consider further developments are predicted to come over the next year. During the fair we will be hosting a technology seminar, exploring some key issues within the publishing services industry, and showcasing our publishing production platform, Lanstad. Be sure to lock it in your calendar and head to the Tech Theatre to check it out.
Due to continued international expansion, we are seeking an Editorial Project Manager to handle academic books. The Project Manager will liaise with publishers; authors; freelance copy editors, proofreaders and indexers; and in-house departments including typesetting and artwork to see books through their life cycle. Ideally the successful candidate will have editorial experience as well as project management experience in the field of academic publishing. However, candidates with the right skill set and a particular interest in developing a career in publishing, should also apply.