Atypon Link

Atypon has upgraded its Atypon Link platform and enhanced the functionality to assist publishers to manage their subscriptions and user accounts.

Since Atypon acquired Extenza e-Publishing Services last year the company has ported its new publisher partners onto the Atypon platform and developed the necessary processes and infrastructure to support them. The site has also been redesigned to improve its look and feel.

Functionality enhancements to the new service include fully-automated subscription uploads. This means that publishers can upload their own subscription files automatically and these are processed in real-time. Once a file has been uploaded successfully, end-users will have immediate access to their subscription. A new page has also been added to the publishers’ administrative interface where publishers will be able to view their end-user’s account and check whether they have activated their subscriptions.


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