Did You Know? ID number provided by authors during manuscript submission is linked with the source information for verification and further information.  This ID number is also available for readers on the journal's webpage for their information.

Featured functions

Complete Working Environment

JMS is a cloud-based complete working environment for editors of scholarly journals. It combines manuscripts management tools from submission to publication including preliminary triage, peer-review, to the final decision, with production integration copyediting, pre-press preparation, APC payment management like online credit card and bank-wire transfers matching with manuscripts and communication tools: template and custom emails and messaging system, communication with authors, reviewers, editorial board members and production team. JMS allows journal’s website management and social media integration. Needless to say JMS fits perfectly for the diffused editorial teams, whose members work in-office as well as from remote locations. No additional software is necessary.


Intuitive and Guided System

Working with JMS is easy and intuitive. Standardized workflow algorhyrhms provide access only to the functions associated with a given stage of manuscript processing, what significantly lowers risk of human error or deliberate omitting a processing step or action. Editors are prompted to most urgent tasks first, what ensures that no manuscript is left behind the schedule or “lost in action”. Last but not least, intuitiveness of the JMS substantially shortens introduction and learning period of new editorial staff members.


Alert-Driven Workflow

At JMS, the System monitors actions performed by members of the editorial team/authors or time manuscripts are being processed at each single step of the workflow. The Editors are prompted each time the authors uploaded new file or otherwise reacted to editorial team requests, like correction or approval of the galley-proofs. The same happens, when manuscripts exceed time limit set up for completion of the editorial task, such as peer-review or correction of manuscript.  Automatic alerts -driven workflow helps tremendously in a daily editorial work, making it smoother and substantially shortening manuscript processing time.


Standardized Processes

In order to provide high, transparent and non-biased manuscript processing and publication service JMS developed  standard procedures which apply to all submissions with no exception. This ensures that all authors are treated fair and equal. These standardized editorial processes help also editors to smoothly streamline manuscript workflow and makes daily routines easier. Editors are prompted only to the system functions which are relevant to the processing stage of a given manuscript.


High Degree of Automation

Managing editors are busy and often work under a lot of stress and time pressure. In such hectic situations it is easy to overlook standard email correspondence, especially when urgent, problem-solving communication takes up mind and time. With JMS automatic correspondence function which allows customizable texts the line of communication with authors, reviewers and other members of the team is maintained no matter how busy managing editor might be.
The automatic correspondence apply to acknowledgement of receiving a submission, information on manuscript status change, review requests, review, manuscript correction, payment reminders, publication release, post-publication actions, PubMed registration, post-publication manuscript download/citation statistics and much more.


Telecommunication Ready

JMS is a cloud-based working environment, which provides ideal solution for both in-office staff and employees working from remote locations. No more problems with missed emails, lost files or communication history, as JMS provides central, secured cloud-based archive of them all. Complete manuscript processing and communication history along with file upload dates is available at a glance.

Individual working hours are also monitored to enable adequate staff supervision. 


COPE Algorithms Incorporated

COPE provides advice to editors and publishers on all aspects of publication ethics and, in particular, how to handle cases of research and publication misconduct. JMS has implemented interactive flowcharts which help handling ethical issues without a need for additional tools.



The DOI system provides a technical and social infrastructure for the registration and use of persistent interoperable identifiers, called DOIs, for use on digital networks.

ORCID on the other hand, provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized. is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world.  

JMS is fully integrated with the above mentioned systems what integrates it into an international standardized scholarly information circuit.


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