Beta registration now open – sign up to access SciencePOD’s expert content creators and get science and technology innovation content right every time.
SciencePOD announces registration is now open to access the beta version of its content creation platform. Beta testers will have direct access to the SciencePOD cloud-based platform and to SciencePOD’s extensive community of pre-vetted content creators and subject matter experts. With a few clicks, beta testers can now order quality science, medicine, technology and innovation content, saving them time and money. The move coincides with the opening of the World Conference of Science Journalists 2019 (WCSJ2019) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
publishers and R&D driven industries such as biotechnology, ICT and
environment, media companies as well as specialist marketing agencies are
invited to register as beta testers. The SciencePOD platform makes it easy to
commission content to communicate the latest research findings and innovation
in language that is clear, concise and compelling for a wide audience. Overall,
the content creation space is growing at an estimated 15% per annum. With 2.5
million new research papers annually, SciencePOD helps introduce new audiences
to the wealth of research published every year.
The SciencePOD platform takes the collaborative editorial workflow of content creation to the cloud. It provides beta users a seamless editorial experience that allows them to create a brief and put together an expert team of science, technology or medicine content creators that work together quickly and effectively through a pre-programmed workflow. “Our platform makes it easy to order accurate, effective and responsible science and technology content that is ready to publish,” says Sabine Louët, SciencePOD Founder and CEO, adding: “we offer the value of quality and convenience.”
Innovative organisations gathered in Lausanne, Switzerland, for the WCSJ2019 will get a first look at SciencePOD’s platform by visiting the SciencePOD booth at the Startup Street Market.
Interested beta testers are encouraged to contact SciencePOD at email@example.com