Company Overview of Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. provides rights licensing technology solutions to business services and consulting, chemical manufacturing, energy, engineering and construction, financial services, food and beverage, healthcare, life sciences, publishing, and technology industries globally. It offers solutions, such as DirectPath, a content workflow solution that connects colleagues to the content and rights information; Annual Copyright License that enables employees to share content; Multinational Copyright License, which allows European-based companies to share content worldwide; Annual Copyright License for University Hospitals that enables employees, researchers, and medical students t...
222 Rosewood Drive
Danvers, MA 01923
Founded in 1978
Key Executives for Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.
Senior Vice President of Operations
Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Software Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. Key Developments
Thomson Reuters and Copyright Clearance Center Collaborate to Advance Open Access Publishing
Oct 14 14
The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters announced a collaboration with Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to streamline the Open Access publishing workflow with an integrated solution for article processing charges (APCs) through ScholarOneTM Manuscripts, the premier journal and peer review tool for scholarly publishers and societies. CCC's RightsLink for Open Access will integrate into ScholarOne Manuscripts, providing authors with a secure, end-to-end solution for Open Access article submission and peer review, including the management of APCs. Historically, APC fee processing has been a cumbersome, manual and costly part of the Open Access publishing process.
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. Launches DirectPath(TM) Content Workflow Solution
Jun 5 14
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. has launched its DirectPath(TM) content workflow solution, which connects knowledge workers instantly to the content and rights information they need. DirectPath also provides companies with real-time analytics on content usage and spending to prioritize future purchases. DirectPath helps companies accelerate research, simplify copyright compliance, and manage content more efficiently. It saves time and money by giving users one-click access to full-text articles from company subscriptions, Open Access material, and internal documents. Employees can search for content within DirectPath or in their preferred discovery platforms, such as PubMed. Document delivery options within the workflow allow users to instantly access articles to which they don't have access via a subscription. DirectPath integrates seamlessly with CCC's Annual Copyright License, making collaboration and copyright compliance easy via simple icons, giving users the freedom to share content from the world's most sought-after information sources across their organization while respecting the rights of copyright holders. CCC's rights management technology is the only source for direct, accurate data about its annual copyright license rights.
Copyright Clearance Center Announces Next Generation RightsLink(R) for Open Access Platform
May 28 14
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. has announced its next generation RightsLink(R) for Open Access platform. The rapid growth of Open Access (OA) has introduced new complexities into scholarly and scientific publishing. As the OA opportunity evolves publishers need efficiency and flexibility, authors and institutions need a smooth and easy process for paying OA and other charges, and funders need proof of compliance with their policies. CCC's nimble and configurable platform addresses these needs by streamlining the entire author fee transaction, ensuring critical research gets published as quickly as possible. RightsLink for Open Access streamlines the entire author fee transaction for OA charges, Article Processing Charges (APCs), page charges, color charges, and more. It integrates with publishers' manuscript management and production systems, providing robust billing and collections services, priority customer service to authors, and detailed reporting to both publishers and authors. At launch, RightsLink for Open Access will have a deep integration with Aries Systems' Editorial Manager, providing for seamless APC management from within the editorial workflow.
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