SAGE expands work with Ingram

SAGE has chosen Ingram Content Group’s CoreSource for the distribution and management of its e-book and print-book files to a worldwide audience.

'As the industry transforms and more of our customers are reading digitally, it’s important for SAGE to work with a distribution expert like Ingram that has a comprehensive platform and the expertise to get content seamlessly to destinations worldwide,' commented John Shaw, executive director of publishing technologies at SAGE. 'Building – and then maintaining - a digital asset management system is an expensive and complicated proposition. By using CoreSource for our needs, we expand our reach and gain more time and resources to create new content for our customers.'

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