Staff and mathematicians at the LMS looked at several companies to provide an online submission and paper-management system. We were struck by MSP’s unique expertise in understanding the needs of editors and authors on mathematics journals and the reasonable price. Since the move to EditFlow in mid-2011, the service provided by the MSP staff has been first class.
Publisher, London Mathematical Society
EditFlow is an extremely reliable and efficient software for a mathematical journal. It is backed by an alert, responsible, and talented team who can adapt the software to the practices of any particular journal, even as these practices evolve in time. Its database of possible referees and their up-to-date addresses is a great asset. I would recommend the use of EditFlow to any journal without any hesitation.
Duong H. Phong
Editor-in-Chief, Mathematical Research Letters
EditFlow is the best online journal management tool out there. As a managing editor of AGT I find that EditFlow makes keeping track of papers and communicating with editors fast and easy. Its automatic reminders to editors concerning deadlines is invaluable in making sure papers are handled in a timely fashion. I also appreciate EditFlow as an author and referee. EditFlow for paper submissions and the refereeing of papers is far superior to other paper management systems. I especially like not having to create a new account or remember a password when I want to submit a paper or when a journal asks me to referee for them.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Managing Editor, Algebraic & Geometric Topology
EditFlow is very easy to use and contains everything needed for editing. There’s no need for external records and the workflows are completely transparent. It’s an excellent system.
Editorial Adviser, Bulletin, Journal and Proceedings of the LMS
EditFlow is a powerful system with an intuitive design. It not only makes editors’ jobs manageable, but also encourages communication between editors in a way that leads to better decision-making.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Managing Editor, Algebra & Number Theory
As one of the chief editors of AGT since it was founded, I have lots of experience working both without and with EditFlow. Our work definitely became much easier after it was introduced. Even more importantly, it has made it much less likely that a paper ‘falls through the cracks’ and gets overlooked for any period of time.
Université Paris 13
former Managing Editor, Algebraic & Geometric Topology
What I liked so much about EditFlow is that I could use it straight off, without having to consult a manual. It was intuitive. I am now  an editor of two journals which do not use EditFlow, very much to my regret.
University of Edinburgh
former Editor, Algebraic & Geometric Topology