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Coko are experts in publishing platform design and development.
We can build your platform better, faster, cheaper.
If you need a team to build your publishing platform we can help. We might just be the most experienced team around for building publishing platforms. The Coko team has built many modern publishing platforms for an enormous wide spectrum of use cases including book production workflows, micropublications platforms, content-aggregation services, pre-print systems, question databanks, and journals. We can also take care of with migrations and integrations with existing systems.
Our experience extends to the entire scope of development from product design, to product management, development and deployment. The Coko team can provide the entire end-to-end development process, or we can help to augment your existing team.
Additionally, we are a not-for-profit and our goal is to change publishing so we offer extremely competitive rates to not-for-profit publishers.
Lastly, hire us and you are also gifting lots of reusable open source code we build back into the publishing sector. Help yourself, help others.
We can facilitate the co-design your platform
If you would like to understand what kind of platform your organization needs but are not yet ready to commit to development then consider contracting us for our 1 day Workflow Sprint. An understanding of workflow is a critical first step towards building a publishing platform. Workflow Sprints are a facilitated co-design process that guides your team to rapidly (in one day!) understand and design an optimum workflow for your project, and in the same day design a high level architecture that maps your vision to software. This process can help unify your team’s vision for what you are about to build and save you months of work.
We are always open to new funding collaborations and can partner on grant proposals to ensure mutual success. Funders want deliverables and we have a proven successful track record with funded projects to give your funders confidence around their deliverable requirements.