Managed Editorial Workflow

What it is?

Editorial Workflow Management

It’s a process to create a finished piece of content ready for publishing. The objective is to provide an effective way to simplify the publishing process, support the people and processes for an organized, methodical and efficient publication.

Content distribution and repository are usually integrated within the editorial workflow management. The content distribution automates the publishing of the finished content to all the relevant channels and destinations. A secure, centralized content repository gives authors, editors, reviewers, copyeditors and designers access and transparency to content, resources to streamline tasks, approvals and finalization.

PREPARE@u simplifies the manuscript submission and peer-review tracking system for conference proceedings or journals, resulting the task of organizing review committees easier and facilitates the movement of manuscripts through submission, plagiarism checking, reading, discussion, contacting, revision, acceptance and publication. Every increment of the process, from submission of papers to preparation of proceedings, is handled through the same intuitive interface.

It has been designed to help conference organizers cope with the complexity of running an almost arbitrary conference model.

How it works?

The System & Process

1. Gateway for Organization

- Highly configurable workflow management
- Optimized to streamline editorial processes and communication
- Dedicated submission gateway configuration

2. Manuscript Submission

- Flexible submission forms
- Multiple file uploads
- Online Fee payment & processing
- Organizer’s copyright and Author’s privacy

3. Editorial & Peer Review

- Automatic Editor assignment
- Similarity Check through iThenticate
- Reviewer assignment by respective Editor
- Review discussions

4. Decision Making

- Acceptance of manuscript
- Revision request
- Rejection of manuscript

5. Communications

- Automated reminder & tracking
- Email notification
- Reviewer indexing
- Analytics & Reports

6. Production & Publishing

- Copyediting & Meta data management
- DOI registration through Crossref
- Archiving within dedicated PREPRINT
- Online publishing through associated gateway
Who can avail the Solution?


Forum of Scientists, Engineers & Technologists (FOSET)

To facilitate dedicated Editorial workflow and DOI Archiving of FOSET Academic Conferences

Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE)

To facilitate Managed DOI Archiving services for ICACMS-2022 Conference

The Institution of Engineers (India)

To facilitate dedicated Editorial workflow and DOI Archiving of IEI Conventions and Indian Engineering Congress

Salient Features

Automated Workflow

Access Privileges


DOI Numbering

Plagiarism Check



Google Scholar

ORCiD Indexing

Life-long Citable storage

LIVE Support

ZERO Cost model

Would you ike to avail the Solution for your upcoming Conferences orJournals? Our team will be happy to assist you to get it done.


Frequently Asked Questions

Editorial Workflow service is a comprehensive system that manages the entire editorial process for research work, from submission to publication. It includes features such as manuscript submission, peer review management, plagiarism checking, editorial decision-making, and publication tracking.

Editorial Workflow service typically involves the following steps:

Manuscript submission: Authors submit their research manuscripts to the Editorial Workflow service platform.

Peer review management: The service manages the peer review process, including assigning reviewers, collecting feedback, and managing revisions.

Plagiarism check: Properly citing and referencing all sources used in a document is essential.

Editorial decision-making: Editors make decisions on manuscript acceptance, rejection, or revision based on reviewer feedback and their own assessment.

Publication tracking: Once a manuscript is accepted, the service tracks the progress of the publication process, including typesetting, proofreading, and final publication.

The cost of Editorial Workflow service may vary depending on the features included and customization requirements.

Yes, Editorial Workflow service can often integrate with other publishing tools or platforms, such as manuscript submission systems, plagiarism detection tools, reference management software, and publication platforms. Integration options may vary depending on the service provider and specific requirements.

Peer review is a critical step in the Editorial Workflow service for research work. It involves the evaluation of a research article by experts in the same field to assess its quality, originality, accuracy, and validity. Peer review helps ensure that research articles meet the publication's standards and contribute to the scientific community. It typically involves multiple rounds of review, feedback, and revisions, and is an essential part of the editorial process.

Yes, as part of an Editorial Workflow service, anyone may have the option to request specific editing or proofreading services to meet their particular needs. Editorial Workflow services are often customizable to cater to the unique requirements of different research documents and authors.

When the manuscript is submitted to the conference it is firstly handled by the conference manager who may be assigned by Calnestor or by the conference organiser. The conference manager checks the plagiarism of the manuscript (similarity) by iThenticate and then upload the double-blind document in the workflow portal to be further processed by the conference editor.
The key role of a conference editor is to promote scholarship in the specialist field associated with the conference, whilst also promoting the conference as the best conference to publish in. For any conference the editor will need to encourage new and established authors to submit articles and set up a reliable panel of expert reviewers. Editors are also responsible for offering feedback to reviewers when required and ensure that any feedback to authors is constructive.
The Editor of the conference looks for the followings:
1) Are the findings novel?
2) Are the results likely to lead to future research?
3) Is sufficient detail provided to allow reproduction of the study?
4) Are the methods and statistics appropriate for the analysis?
5) Are the principal conclusions supported by the data and analysis?
6) Does the manuscript discuss limitations?
7) Have the authors adequately discussed ethical concerns?
8) Does the manuscript include new data?
9) Are the data used in the manuscript available?
10) Is the code used in the manuscript available?
11) Would you recommend this manuscript to others?
12) Do you recommend this manuscript for peer review?
We publish it as a PREPRINT with a unique DOI number for each manuscript. Printed copies can be published and produced for a conference but we would need to discuss with the organiser and carefully plan the schedules.

We publish the final version of the manuscript as a PREPRINT when the entire conference review process is completed and generate the DOI number for each manuscript whether accepted or not accepted in the conference.

Some benefits of using Editorial Workflow service include:

Streamlined process: The service provides a seamless and organized workflow, saving time and effort for authors, reviewers, and editors.

Centralized management: All the editorial tasks, such as submission, review, and decision-making, are managed in one platform, making it easy to track and manage the entire process.

Enhanced collaboration: The service facilitates communication and collaboration among authors, reviewers, and editors, improving the quality and efficiency of the editorial process.

Improved visibility: Editorial Workflow service often includes features that enhance the visibility and discoverability of research work, such as online submission, indexing, and DOI assignment.

Editorial Workflow service is typically used by academic journals, conferences, and research organizations that publish research articles, papers, or proceedings. It can be used by researchers, authors, reviewers, and editors involved in the publication process.

Yes, Editorial Workflow service can often be customized to suit the specific needs and requirements of different research fields or publication workflows. Customization may include setting up specific submission guidelines, review criteria, and publication formats, among other features.

Yes, Editorial Workflow service typically ensures the security and confidentiality of research work. This may include features such as encrypted communication, restricted access to manuscripts, and strict data privacy policies. However, it's important to check the specific security measures provided by the service provider.

Yes, many Editorial Workflow services provide a tracking system that allows authors to monitor the progress of their research article throughout the editorial process. This may include tracking the status of manuscript submission, peer review, revisions, editing, proofreading, and publication. Tracking systems help authors stay informed about the status of their article and facilitate effective communication with the editorial team.

The duration of the Editorial Workflow service for research work can vary depending on several factors, including the complexity of the manuscript, the number of revisions required, the availability of reviewers and editors, and the specific publication's timelines. It is best to check with the publication or organization for their estimated timeline for editorial tasks, as it can vary from one publication to another.

We provide a unique DOI number to each submitted manuscript and publish it as a PREPRINT whether or not it is accepted in the conference.
Yes. All papers are expected to have been peer-reviewed through processes administered by the conference organising committee.
Yes. We provide a unique DOI number to each submitted manuscript and publish it as a PREPRINT whether or not it is accepted in the conference. Other researchers can cite the PREPRINT.
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