Reprints Desk Releases Free Post-Conference Report for Content Workflow 2015 Library Event

    Research Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: RSSS), a pioneer in providing on-demand access to scientific, technical and medical (STM) information for research-intensive organizations, released a 17-page report summary on the October Content Workflow 2015 conferences hosted by its wholly-owned subsidiary Reprints Desk in London, United Kingdom and Frankfurt, Germany.  The report, published by FreePint, an independent analyst group for the corporate information industry, is freely available online at

    “The report summarizes some of the hottest information access and management topics that were explored at the Content Workflow 2015 events,” said Reprints Desk senior marketing advisor, Mitja-Alexander Linss. “From shared library solutions and copyright compliance, to authentication, pharmacovigilance workflows, and end user research techniques, Content Workflow 2015 provided attendees with the updates they needed to stay on the cutting edge of information management.”

    More than 100 information professionals, corporate librarians, R&D and drug safety specialists from the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies along with publishers and industry suppliers gathered at the Royal Society in London and at the Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt to discuss case studies, trends and best practices in scientific, technical and medical information management.

    “Considering The Royal Society’s monumental place in scientific history as publisher of the world’s first scientific journal Philosophical Transactions in 1665, Reprints Desk couldn’t have dreamed of a better location for the first Content Workflow 2015 event,” said Peter Derycz, president and CEO of Reprints Desk.

    The one-day conferences featured a biotech library case study presented by Reprints Desk and sessions on OpenAthens by Eduserv, on copyright compliance by Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA), on scientific content discoverability by Springer and on literature monitoring in drug safety by ProQuest/Pi2. In addition, Beacon Technology Partners, a research firm, provided insights on end user research techniques in the context of serving internal researchers in R&D-driven organizations.

    For more information about Research Solutions, visit   For more information about Reprints Desk and the journal content access and management platform Article Galaxy, visit  For more information and free access to the Content Workflow 2015 post-conference report, please visit