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Wednesday, 25 November 2015 10:52

Box grabs Faber & Faber

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Faber & Faber, one of Britain’s largest independent publishing houses has signed up with Box’s file collaboration and share solution

Box today announced that Faber & Faber, is turning to Box for their content management and collaboration.

Known for publishing some of literature’s best-known works, such as William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, and famous for its list of esteemed former editors, including T. S. Eliot Faber & Faber is one of the largest UK independent book publishers.

Faber is using Box across its entire publishing team to manage incoming manuscripts from draft to final approval; track comments made by approved contributors; and to allow a more mobile and collaborative workforce who can work anywhere and on any device.

“Box is helping us to transition employees away from traditional ways of publishing to a much more modern and efficient system,” said Jim Lindsay, Integration Specialist for Faber & Faber. “Now content is always accessible and we’re able to meet crucial publishing deadlines more effectively. Thanks to Box, Faber has become much more efficient and more professional in its use of technology.”

Project sponsor Nigel Marsh, Operations Director at Faber, added: “The introduction of Box has given the company more peace of mind around data security whilst also allowing flexible access to our content.”

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