Penn State University Press to join the Aggregagent™

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Leiden, The Netherlands – 2017 sees another signing for the Aggregagent™ in the form of Penn State University Press. ACCUCOMS’ newest service now counts 6 publishers with an already impressive total collection of 117 journals and 11,109 articles per year included.      

Penn State University Press is the first University Press to sign up for the Aggregagent. Its journals program serves to disseminate the results of original research in the form of new information, interpretations, or methods of analysis in core fields of the humanities and social sciences. The Press currently publishes a broad range of subjects, including utopian studies; transportation and logistics; medieval studies; philosophy; literature and periodical studies; political-economic systems; general education; Shaw studies; Nietzsche studies; Pennsylvania history; and American literature.

“Penn State University Press is excited about our partnership with ACCUCOMS and is looking forward to working with them and the Aggregagent.  As our journals program grows, we recognize the need to work with professionals who can help with institutional subscription growth”, stated Diana L Pesek, Journals Manager at Penn State University Press. “ACCUCOMS has an excellent reputation with a wide US and international network.  We are confident that PSU Press will see worldwide subscription growth and expand the reach of our journals.”

The Aggregagent has signed 6 publishers to date with more publishers to follow suit shortly. Its collection is growing steadily and now holds 117 journals, 11,109 articles per year in the subject areas of life sciences, health sciences, physical sciences and social sciences.

“It’s an honor to have such a prestigious publisher as Penn State University Press join the Aggregagent. With its vast collection of titles the Aggregagent will gain even more momentum and be even more interesting to libraries interested in Humanities and Social Sciences titles.” Says Egon Menardi, Commercial Director at ACCUCOMS.

Simon Inger, Chief Innovation Officer at ACCUCOMS, adds “We are delighted to add the distinctive journals from PSU to our growing Humanities and Social Science collections, and look forward to taking these collections to libraries in emerging new markets for these subject areas.”


About Penn State University Press

Founded in 1956, Penn State University Press publishes rigorously reviewed, high-quality works of scholarship and regional and contemporary interest, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. The publishing arm of the Pennsylvania State University and a division of the Penn State University Libraries, the Press promotes the advance of scholarship by disseminating knowledge—new information, interpretations, methods of analysis—widely in books, journals, and digital publications.


ACCUCOMS is an independent provider of services to academic and professional publishers around the world. Established in 2004, ACCUCOMS now operates from the Netherlands, Turkey, Latin America, the USA, MENA, India, Taiwan and South Korea. ACCUCOMS’ multilingual teams offer efficient and intelligent representation, telesales and business intelligence services as well as user interaction programs to clients that range from large publishing houses to specialist society publishers. In 2016 ACCUCOMS launched The Aggregagent, a new way of thinking about subscription sales.

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