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Ingram signs two UK publishers
08.12.10 | Katie Allen
US publishing services giant Ingram has signed deals with two UK publishers, Scripture Union and Karnac Books, for its digital asset platform CoreSource.
Christian publisher Scripture Union already uses Ingram's Lightning Source for print-on-demand, and will add e-content management through CoreSource from next spring. Karnac, an independent mental health publisher, likewise is an existing Ingram customer, using its MyiLibrary e-content aggregation platform.
"As digital content adoption climbs, publishers need a full suite of integrated print and digital distribution solutions," said Marcus Woodburn, vice-president of digital products, Ingram Content Group. "We look forward to working with both Karnac Books and Scripture Union, giving them access to the most relevant digital distribution models to help them reach more readers in more formats."
CoreSource is an online system for the storage, management and distribution of digital content.