New York, USA: NCURA today announced its new partnership with Enago, a leading language service provider that caters to a large section of the global research community, specifically authors for whom English is a second language (ESL). Founded in 1959, NCURA is a leading professional association for university research administrators. NCURA strives to advance the field of research administration through education and professional development programs, knowledge sharing, and by fostering a professional, collegial, and respected community.
Enago is a trusted author services provider for the global research community. Since 2005, Enago has worked with over 100,000 researchers in more than 125 countries helping them communicate their research better and helping them publish successfully in leading international journals. Enago is the preferred partner for leading academic publishers, societies, and universities worldwide. Enago has offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, and New York, and operates globally with regional teams supporting researchers locally.
“NCURA’s members comprise the world’s top research institutions and their faculty and researchers are increasingly becoming a part of the global research consortia. For this reason, it is important for us to continue to offer additional services to our members and their faculty partnering with Enago,” commented Jesse Szeto, Global Operations Director, NCURA. “We recognize the importance of publishing cutting-edge research results from across the globe, and we are pleased that this partnership will increase our support for the research community.”
“Enago is delighted to be collaborating with a forward-thinking organization like NCURA to improve universities’ research output,” said Rajiv Shirke, VP Global Operations, Enago. He further added, “Having easy access to the manuscript preparation services provided by Enago will not only accelerate the process of publishing high-impact research but also ensure that specific author needs are taken care of during the editorial process.”
For more details please visit NCURA-Enago landing page: http://university.enago.com/ncura
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