Utilize an integrated scheduling and task management system for all licensed users in Title Management, the most robust publishing workflow solution available. The scheduling system improves the efficiencies of your workflow and offers visibility into the entire publishing timeline.



Easily develop in-depth editorial, marketing, or production schedules for your entire team using pre-configured options or customizable schedule templates.
Automatically assign tasks to team members based on their role in the project
Schedules can include key dates and milestones, with tracking of estimated and actual dates as the project progresses
Schedule tasks forward or backward from any date
Generate high level Project Plans as standard reports, or develop “To Do” or “Past Due” lists to manage people and tasks closely.
Complete schedule history and reporting for increased transparency


Improve productivity using flexible Production Scheduling tools and predefined reports such as Pub Schedules and Production Schedules
Share changes to Project Plans across teams in real time
Eliminate multiple data sources
Reduce costs by empowering team members to adjust schedules with accurate and timely information

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We chose to work with Firebrand on the strengths of Title Management as a flexible, configurable product and project management tool and Eloquence as a rock-solid way to get our publications to market. As a publisher of both books and journals, we needed a system that could support many types of publications and that could grow with us and our business, and Title Management fit the bill. What we didn’t anticipate, and now greatly depend on, is the strong community that comes with working with Firebrand. Firebrand participates fully in the publishing industry, not just as vendor in an exhibit hall. They bring ideas, best practices, and innovations back to the user community, and we benefit tremendously from the experiences of the wide variety of publishers who use their tools and services.

Allison C. Belan Director of Digital Strategies and Systems, Duke University Press May 19, 2016

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