Amnet editorial teams assist prestigious academic client with complicated journal work using dual shore project management model, leading to additional eBook projects.
The client is the publishing house of a leading communication and journalism school in southern California. The school fosters dynamic synergies and multidisciplinary approaches to the study of communication and journalism through unparalleled access to the nation’s and the world’s entertainment, media, and technology industries.
The client required quick turnaround times on professional journal articles written by prominent media scholars.
Our team at Amnet copyedited numerous articles by different authors, including non-native English speakers, to achieve a consistent and high standard for this academic journal.
At Amnet, our project managers are editors and our clients have direct contact with these experts. Amnet has access to a large group of freelance editors with whom we work regularly. Editorial project managers review all edits and ensure excellent quality to exceed client and author expectations. The US project managers “own” each project and act as liaison between clients, authors, freelancers, and Amnet’s internal teams. Customers have expressed great appreciation for having a direct line to a project manager with the editorial expertise to serve their project needs. Some of the advantages of this approach are:
The client has steadily increased the volume of work assignments placed with Amnet and consistently expresses gratitude for Amnet’s quality and timeliness. The client shared high praise with colleagues at the university, whose books division subsequently assigned complex composition and eBook conversion projects to Amnet.