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Ingram Digital selected by Princeton University Press

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Ingram Digital will provide a range of services to Princeton University Press. These include file digitisation, format conversion, digital asset management, distribution, and e-book fulfilment.

Princeton University Press will initially manage more than 500 front and backlist titles on Ingram Digital’s CoreSource platform, and expects to add 100+ frontlist titles in subsequent years. CoreSource is designed to ensure digital content is properly archived, file integrity protected, and versions controlled; it will function as an e-content hub from which the publisher will control the delivery of digital files, metadata, and associated promotional materials.

‘We are committed to disseminating scholarship within academia as well as to society at large, through books and now, increasingly, through electronic media,’ commented Priscilla Treadwell, electronic publications marketing manager for the press. ‘As demand for e-content has grown, we’ve become aware of the need to effectively monetise our assets in digital form while also thoroughly protecting the rights and integrity of our premium content. Ingram Digital, with its proven track record in the content industry, emerged as the ideal partner to enable our strategy.’