The breadth and depth of our experience in the publishing industry gives us the ability to provide our clients with the services needed to succeed in today's highly competitive world of electronic publishing. We work with organizations of all shapes and sizes – from the US to Europe. The following is a partial list of the companies we've most recently partnered with.
What are people saying about the PubFactory team?
University Press Scholarship Online
We knew that re-launching our flagship OSO product while simultaneously expanding it to deliver content through our UPSO offering would be a tall order for any developer. [The PubFactory team] delivered these mission-critical products on time and on budget.
— Scott Beebe, Online Publishing Manager for Oxford University Press
The IMF generates a wealth of analysis and research on the global economy. The PubFactory platform made our recent and archived content much more accessible to our audiences.
— Jeremy Clift, Publisher at the IMF
Edward Elgar partnered with Safari in 2010 to host our books and journals program because it was clear that Safari’s Client Services team is comprised of passionate individuals dedicated to customer service excellence and they continue to guide us in maximizing PubFactory to drive our digital business.
— Tim Williams, CEO, Edward Elgar Publishing
We spent significant time comparing platform options before choosing to migrate our 38 journals onto Safari’s PubFactory platform. We cannot praise Safari's Client Services team highly enough. Safari has been an incredibly collaborative and reliable partner, which is critical to our current and future business requirements.
— Vivian Berghahn, Managing Director, Berghahn Books
MLA Literary Research Guide
Working with [the PubFactory team] to create an online reference site has been a pleasure. We enjoyed our weekly calls with the development team, whose intelligence and creativity helped transform our wish list into an elegant, full-featured site. I look forward to working with them again!
— Judith Altreuter, Director of Print and Electronic Production for the Modern Language Association