With our deep knowledge of scholarly publishing, we have the ability to comprehend and assist the requirements
of our publishing partners. You can maintain full ownership and control over your journal while benefiting from
our comprehensive systems and services. Our managed open-source publishing system, SalviaJournix, is a
cost-effective solution that minimizes the internal resources needed to run an exceptional publishing program.
Open publishing infrastructure
Our SalviaJournix and publisher services are specifically designed to streamline open-access publishing
workflows. We handle everything from submission and peer review to production and publication, ensuring a
seamless and efficient process for journal owners.
With our services, all components are hosted on our end, allowing for easy and hassle-free updates of new features. We take care of the technical aspects so that you can focus on the content and quality of your journal.
We offer a range of service options to suit your specific needs. Whether you require support from submission to publication or only from post-acceptance to publication, our Phenom system can accommodate your requirements. Salvia Journal Management System (SalviaJournix) and Publisher Services SalviaJournix The SalviaJournix and publisher services are tailored to seamlessly manage end-to-end open-access publishing workflows. These services offer a range of functionalities to support efficient and flexible publishing operations.
Simple, Intuitive Submission Process: Authors benefit from a straightforward and user-friendly submission process.
Clear Progress Indication: Authors can easily track the progress of their submissions.
Extendable Metadata Fields: The system allows for the addition of metadata fields to capture various types of information.
Funder Integration: Options include the collection of funder information through integration with funder registries.
ORCiD Integration: ORCiD identifiers can be added at submission for author identification.
Institutional Registry Integration: Integration with institutional registries like GRID and ROR is supported.
Self-Service Tools: Configuration of administrative settings, such as team and section setup, can be managed through self-service tools.
Manuscript Ingestion: Manuscripts can be ingested following established exchange standards.
Comprehensive Editorial Screening: Robust editorial screening includes checks for plagiarism using tools like iThenticate, identification of suspicious keywords, utilization of suppression lists, author verification based on publication records, and citation analysis.
Peer Review Management
Editorial Models: The system supports three primary editorial models: Chief Editor/Managing Editor with final decision authority, Chief Editor/Managing Editor without final decision authority, and Section Editors.
Assignment Flexibility: Manuscripts can be assigned manually by Editors or automatically based on taxonomy.
Peer Review Process: Currently supports single-blind peer review.
Reviewer Selection: Reviewers can be invited on behalf of authors, suggested by Editors, or identified using integration with the Publons reviewer finder tool.
Manuscript Export: Manuscripts can be exported following established exchange standards.
Post Peer Review Screening
Post-Acceptance Screening: Checks and escalation procedures continue after manuscript acceptance.
ORCiD Mandate: ORCiD identifiers for submitting authors are mandated, and their validity is verified.
Quality Checks: Manuscript file checks, reviewer checks, post-acceptance material screening, and quality assessments are conducted.
APC Billing and Collection
Invoice Management: Invoices are generated post-article acceptance. Payment Flexibility: Authors have the option to split payments or assign an invoice to their institution or themselves, with payment methods including bank transfer, PayPal, or credit card. Discount and Waiver Management: Institutional and funder discounts are managed, and waivers are processed both automatically and manually.
Workflow Tracking: Manuscripts are tracked at each production stage, allowing for workload and turnaround time reporting.
Style and Graphics: Manuscripts are marked up for style, and graphics are checked for adherence to house style and quality.
Typesetting and Copy Editing: Manuscripts undergo typesetting and copy editing.
Author Proofing: Authors can access an online proofing system for corrections, with alternative methods available via PDF or email.
Article Formats: Final article versions are created in JATS 1.1 XML, epub 3.0, Archival PDF, and SVG formats.
Abstracting and Indexing: Comprehensive abstracting and indexing services are included.
Custom Journal Websites: Journal websites can be customized from a template and hosted on a chosen domain.
Hindawi.com Hosting: While reflecting your journal's identity, Hindawi.com can be used as a hosting domain.
Final Files Delivery: Final files can be delivered to your current journal platform for publication.
SalviaJournix and publisher services are designed to streamline and enhance the publishing experience,providing support throughout the entire publishing workflow.