The Author/Reviewer/Editor system and publisher services are designed specifically to run end-to-end open access publishing workflows.

Flexible Submissions

• Simple, intuitive submission process https://www.rame.org.in/call/
• Clear indication of progress
• Extendable to include additional metadata fields
• Options include collecting funder information through integration with funder registry; addition of ORCiD at submission.
• Self-service tools allow configuration of administrative settings, such as setting up teams and sections
• Manuscripts ingestible following exchange standards

Editorial Screening

• Editorial screening checks and escalation: iThenticate and plagiarism X checker, suspicious keywords, suppression lists, author verification (publication record), citation analysis

Peer Review Management

• Three main editorial models: Chief Editor/Managing Editor with final decision; Chief Editor/Managing Editor without final decision; Section Editors
• Manuscripts assigned manually via Editor or automatically via taxonomy
• Currently supports double-blind peer review
• Reviewers can be invited on your behalf, suggested by Editor
• Manuscripts exportable following exchange standards

Post Peer Review Screening

• Post-accept screening check and escalation
• Mandating ORCiD for submitting author and verifying its validity
• Manuscript file checks, reviewer checks, post-acceptance material and quality checks

APC Billing and Collection

• Invoice created post article acceptance
• Authors can split payments and assign an invoice to their institution or pay it themselves via bank transfer or payment gateway
• Management of institutional and funder discounts
• Auto and manual management of waivers

Production Management

• Manuscripts tracked at each stage of the production process, enabling reporting on workloads and turnaround times
• Manuscript marked up for style and graphics are checked for house style and re-drawn
• Manuscripts are typeset and copy edited
• Authors have access to proofing system for corrections through email
• Final article versions created in html and Archival PDF format


• Abstracting and indexing services
• Journal websites can be customised from a template and served on a chosen domain
• rame.org.in can be used as a hosting domain whilst reflecting your journal identity
• Final files can be delivered to your current journal platform

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