by Tyler M. Carey, Chief Revenue Officer
If you were fortunate enough to be in Central London, tonight, you would have had the opportunity to attend another great BookMachine event, this time focused on book production.
Our friend and partner, Andy Wilson, Principal of Media at Dropbox, spoke at the BookMachine Unplugged session tonight as one of the panelists presenting on how publishers can use new technology tools to improve their production processes. He discussed how publishers are working with Dropbox to accelerate their workflows, and shared case studies – including one about Westchester’s Client Portal, which integrates the Dropbox API and platform.
We were grateful for this opportunity for our friends at Dropbox to highlight the benefits of cloud collaboration, and talk about our use case in particular. In case you haven’t seen the Client Portal before, it is a secure, web-based project management tool that helps publishers obtain real-time status updates about their projects in production and share project assets securely between authors, publisher staff and other key project stakeholders. Westchester Publishing Services provides this platform at no cost to our clients on projects managed through Westchester’s editorial or production operations around the globe. Contact Us to learn more about how the Client Portal can help you minimize your effort in managing your projects, and give you greater transparency into where each project is at each step in its workflow with Westchester.