Paperpal, offering an AI-powered assistant for language and technical compliance checks for research manuscripts, has announced a partnership with Wolters Kluwer for its Preflight product. Through this partnership, Preflight will deliver a superior submission experience for authors and help reduce editorial workload at Wolters Kluwer journals.
Commenting on the partnership, Mads Rydahl, VP Products – Paperpal, said, “Paperpal Preflight is the future for the academia industry. With its full range of language and technical checks, which improve manuscripts in less than 2 minutes, it is bound to ease researchers’ lives by enabling a smoother publishing journey. The journal editors also stand to save a huge amount of time with improved quality of submissions that adhere to the guidelines of the respective journals.”
Paperpal Preflight is a plug-and-play web-based application that comes at no additional cost to publishers. While Medicine, a multidisciplinary OA title from Wolters Kluwer, was the first adopter of Preflight, this broader publisher-level partnership with Wolters Kluwer paves the way for other academic publishers to immediately start using the solution without any integration dependency, and offer the tool to their submitting authors.
Through its leading imprint Lippincott, Wolters Kluwer publishes current and influential research in medical, nursing, and allied health disciplines. In line with Wolters Kluwer’s efforts to keep authors at the centre of all that they do, this is the first of several steps towards offering real-time and affordable author support at the point of submission.
To know more visit https://paperpal.com/preflight
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