personal-96105_640.jpg - pixabay Publishing Technology announces Ann Lawson as new head of ingentaconnect

Publishing Technology announces that Ann Lawson has been appointed head of itsingentaconnect division, known as the home of scholarly research.

Ann joins the company during a period of global growth for the company. Since the beginning of March, Publishing Technology has expanded its international team with 13 new hires, including the appointment of Alan Bence as senior consultant in the enterprise team and Alan Kenyon as service delivery manager.

In her new role, Ann will have oversight of the strategic direction, expansion and operation of ingentaconnect, which has redefined academic publishing for hundreds of customers around the world. As Publishing Technology invests in a substantial redevelopment plan for ingentaconnect, Ann will lead its ongoing development and enhancement.

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