Indite has provided targeted editorial and content enhancement services that enable publishers to not only cut costs, but also launch new content products or repurpose content to generate additional revenue streams.
By integrating our editorial specialists into their workflow, publishers and other information services providers have been able to reduce costs — sometimes, by as much as 70%. We provide a comprehensive portfolio of editorial services — from abstracting and indexing to copy-editing and research. And we ensure that we will meet your standards for quality by employing a talented and deep staff of hundreds of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) with advanced degrees in science, medicine, finance, law, accounting and other disciplines. Our editors excel across all three levels and will work with you to make sure that you are fully satisfied with the final product. Here’s a look at what you can expect from these three types of editing:
Usually known as proofreading, your document is checked for errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. We also check for aspects such as capitalization, word choice, clichés, formatting, and adherence to style guides. Proofreading your document enhances its overall presentation.
Apart from checking your document for everything included under proofreading, this is where we inspect your manuscript to make sure your voice as the writer originates clearly and meaningfully. So we look for issues such as verbosity, inconsistency in arguments and formatting, apparent factual mistakes, and repetitiveness.
This is the most extensive level of editing where we can rewrite and rephrase certain parts of your document. Also known as substantive editing, this editorial process will enhance the clarity, style, and tone of your document. Here’s where we make sure that your central thesis is clearly expressed and well substantiated with evidence. Assessment of the structure and organization of the paper is also a part of heavy editing. Apart from doing everything included under light and medium editing, we also check your document for word choice, redundancy, superfluity, repetitiveness, clichés, and transitions.