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Thomson Reuters and Ringgold Create New Standard for Data Accuracy

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From: Giselle Rawlins <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:14:27 +0000

Thomson Reuters and Ringgold Create New Standard for Data Accuracy

Initiative will expedite scholarly publishing workflow by disambiguating
complex institutional data

Portland, OR, December 17, 2014 - The Intellectual Property & Science
business of Thomson Reuters, the world's leader in intelligent information
for businesses and professionals, announced this week an initiative to
ensure data accuracy in the scholarly publishing process through
collaboration with Ringgold, the authority on institutional identification.
The initiative will integrate Ringgold's Identify database with ScholarOne
Manuscripts, the premier journal and peer review tool for scholarly
publishers and societies.

This collaboration will accelerate the scholarly publishing process by
easing the previously cumbersome task of accurately identifying the
institutional affiliation of authors and reviewers. The integration of
Identify into ScholarOne Manuscripts will enable users to quickly
disambiguate complex institutional data and ensure accuracy by seamlessly
connecting to more than 400,000 institutional records.

"We're pleased to be collaborating with Thomson Reuters to help authors,
reviewers and publishers better manage the complex institutional
identification process," said Jay Henry, Chief Marketing Officer at
Ringgold. "Accurately identifying institutional affiliations ensures that
scholarship is more effectively published, recorded and attributed."

"We are committed to advancing scholarly publishing by expediting workflow
and providing best-in-class data with the highest amount of accuracy,
clarity and transparency," said Jasper Simons, vice president, product and
market strategy for Publishing and Associations at Thomson Reuters. "Our
collaboration with Ringgold's Identify will enforce accuracy standards that
will allow authors, publishers and institutions to exchange information more
effectively."

Learn more about ScholarOne Manuscripts:
http://scholarone.com/products/manuscript/

Learn more about Ringgold's Identify: http://www.ringgold.com/identify

About Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for
businesses and professionals. We combine industry expertise with innovative
technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers in the
financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and
science and media markets, powered by the world's most trusted news
organization. For more information, go to www.thomsonreuters.com.

About Ringgold
Ringgold supports a scholarly supply chain where information and data about
subscribers, authors, readers, and content is able to flow easily and
without confusion. With the Identify database and affiliated services,
Ringgold provides authoritative data on institutions such as licensees,
funders, sources of research, and consortia. Ringgold's ProtoView service
enhances the discovery of scholarly works by creating and disseminating
standard metadata via an extensive distribution network, including a website
for librarians and researchers.   More than 750 academic publishers utilize
Ringgold's services to improve internal data governance, increase
discoverability of published works, and maximize the potential of their
data. For additional information, visit www.ringgold.com.

Media Contact
Jay Henry
Chief Marketing Officer
(503) 421-1314 or [log in to unmask]

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