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Outsourcing the review of manuscripts to RnD Technical is more cost effective than setting up an in-house publication function for the following reasons:

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RnD Technical has proven expertise in
bulletstrategic planning of publishing programs;
bulletimplementing all aspects of such programs; and
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performing such functions from an 'out-of-office' location (having worked with clients as far away as New Zealand).

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Use of RnD Technical will 'jumpstart' a publishing program, as the expertise is injected into the organization at and for the time required, providing for both the proficiency level and cost level appropriate for each task. Thus, there is no 'learning curve' and the program is as cost and time effective as possible.

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RnD Technical is 100% efficient while working on a project because there are no unrelated interruptions. Projects are therefore completed more rapidly.

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RnD Technical provides our own office space, computer hardware and software, and computer support, so there are no benefits or other overhead costs to consider.

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Should the need arise (due to an abnormally large project and/or unusually tight deadlines), RnD Technical has access to a select group of subcontractors qualified in the areas of geoscientific review and desktop publishing. The use of individual subcontractors is subject to the client's approval.

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One of RnD Technical's associates is a francophone geologist with training and extensive experience in French translation and revision. We are therefore able to offer a complete service for review and translation of geoscience documents.

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Bob Davie, the principal of RnD Technical, is a member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario, and therefore committed to upholding that organizationís code of ethics and professional practice.

 

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