BETHESDA, Maryland, USA (16 January 2006) -- CSA has acquired PapersInvited, a service conceived and developed by Business One to assist researchers at all levels - scientists, professors, post-docs and students.
PapersInvited addresses the cliché 'Publish or Perish' by presenting an exhaustive listing of calls for papers issued by professional bodies, journal editors, and other conference organizers in numerous disciplines and throughout the world. Researchers use this service to discover publishing opportunities for their research papers.
"With this acquisition, CSA continues to invest in services that help researchers become more effective in discovering relevant and timely information," said Matt Dunie, President, CSA.
"PapersInvited addresses the missing link in the scholarly information chain. Combining the PapersInvited service with CSA's services provides researchers with a complete product suite that can be utilized at any stage of research and publication," said Krish Talluri, Vice President, Business One, Inc.
PapersInvited has become the preferred destination where conference organizers, journal publishers, researchers, and academicians come together to issue and receive information resources that encourage presentation and publication of contemporary research.
Business One, Inc. is an established I.T. firm and has been in business since 1999. Business One's product development division serves the global research and academic community, the legal community, and the security management and data storage sectors by providing innovative, 'patent pending' solutions to longstanding, unaddressed problems.
CSA is a worldwide information company, serving as a guide to researchers to help them be more effective in their work by enabling and expediting discovery, aiding the management and organization of quality information and providing tools to assist in its subsequent dissemination. CSA specializes in publishing and distributing in print and electronically 100 bibliographic and full-text databases and journals in four primary editorial areas: natural sciences, social sciences, arts & humanities, and technology. A privately held company, CSA is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, with offices throughout the U.S., and in Australia, Mexico, Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Europe and the United Kingdom. Researchers in more than 4,000 institutions worldwide use CSA information resources, and CSA's print journals are used in more than 80 countries. CSA has been a leader in publishing and providing quality abstracts and indexes and an innovator in the information field for over 30 years.