The company today announced that its subsidiary Reprints Desk will power the single-article procurement capability of the Pubget PaperStore. This is a service launched today by Pubget, the search engine for scientific literature. The launch of the PaperStore enhances Pubget’s reputation as one of the fastest web tools for article discovery, access and procurement, offering a new level of efficiency to researchers worldwide.
The Pubget PaperStore provides access to nearly 20 million titles from all major science, technology and medicine publishers. While the PaperStore is open to anyone, users of Pubget from subscribed institutions will realize the most value. These users will receive a PDF article via free Open Access, when available, from their institution’s library. They also have the opportunity to order a single article for immediate delivery via email.
For researchers and information managers, Reprints Desk’s combined workflow tool will deliver substantial time savings across the research cycle – from search to discovery to procurement. Pubget’s service will rely on Reprints Desk’s trusted publisher relationships and top-rated service for delivering content in a copyright-compliant manner. Reprints Desk was rated first out of ten similar vendors, so as Ryan Jones, president of Pubget said, “Choosing Reprints Desk…was an easy decision.”