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Jordan Publishing have been shortlisted for the Independent Publishers' Guild Ingram Content Group Digital Publishing Award.
The nomination is for Jordan's PracticePlus workflow system for family lawyers.
Speaking of PracticePlus, the judges said:
'(PracticePlus) was admired for the way it makes its customers' work easier and interfaces smoothly with Jordan's traditional legal content. There is close attention to detail too. "It's a brilliant concept, and you can just hear lawyers saying thank you for it," said the judges. "Jordan has identified a need, researched it and filled it to the very best of its ability.'
The 2014 shortlists were compiled over two days of judging by panels of experts from across the publishing world. They feature 27 different companies and three individuals, between them representing all corners of independent publishing.
IPG Chief Executive Bridget Shine said:
'We are delighted to honour the companies and individuals on our shortlists this year, and proud of the examples they give of the strength and diversity of independent publishing in the UK. We congratulate them all, and thank the many IPG members who submitted entries. Competition for the Awards has been exceptionally strong this year, and we thank our judges for their careful deliberations and astute judgments. We look forward to celebrating our eighth annual set of winners-and the success of all independent publishers-at the end of February.'
The 13 winners of the IPG Independent Publishing Awards will be honoured at a Gala Dinner during the IPG's Annual Conference on Thursday, 27 February 2014.
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