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3rd Generation DocDel for the UK & Europe Presentation


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This is the slide deck presented in this September 2013 document delivery webinar by Reprints Desk. The presentation was attended by corporate and other non-academic librarians and information professionals.

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3rd Generation DocDel for the UK & Europe Presentation

  2. 2. Webinar Agenda • About the presenters • Document delivery evolution • Introduction to Reprints Desk • Article Galaxy demo
  3. 3. About the Presenters (Reprints Desk) Director of Business  Development, UK Leon Skelton Peter DeryczKenji Fujita Sr. Sales Engineer President & CEO
  4. 4. The Evolution of Document Delivery Pre‐1990s 1990s – 2012 2013 &  beyond
  5. 5. The Evolution of Document Delivery • Integrated ordering options • Lowest cost content acquisition filtering • Rapid turnaround 24/7  with flat‐rate pricing options • 100% PDFs with no plug‐ins • 24/7 processing & support • Full visibility into support interactions • Flexible service configurations Tokens
  6. 6. Introduction to Reprints Desk Best-in-class literature acquisition services Award-winning document delivery & single source medical reprints buying.
  7. 7. Case Study:  Article‐Level OA Filter • Analyzed order data for a Top‐10  biopharmaceutical company • 26% of historical orders could have been  fulfilled by a linkout to a free version of  the article hosted by the publisher,  author, or other authorized source.  • Total annual savings projected at  $100,000 to $200,000
  8. 8. Article Galaxy Demo
  9. 9. Q&A • “Can you work with other document delivery services” • “Do you have many Life Science customers today?” • “What are your costs to deliver in print?” • “Pricing options” • “Copyright in relation to saving PDFs on company.” • “Latest news in [topic]”