Founded in 1995 Data Status is one of the publishing industry’s leading distributors, providing a comprehensive and impressively high-quality range of fulfillment and print services. We are provider of reference and trade publishing for the medical, business, sport, educational and other professions.
Data Status’s company ethos is to be as flexible, reliable, and proactive as we possibly can in our relationships with publishing clients, and to be highly customer-oriented and professional in our dealings with customers in the outside world. Our businesses feel the growing demand for effective education and high-quality information in the global knowledge economy, and share a common purpose: to help our customers live and learn.
The company is also the leading publisher in the field in Serbia. Publications include domestic author titles and translations of recognized foreign titles. Many of our publications are considered authoritative works in their field, read by academics and students, used by libraries and universities, academic professionals and practitioners in various branches of industry - we aim to offer excellence.
For over 15 years, Data Status has grown and evolved, taking pride in its ability to meet the changing needs of its customers. We provide essential information and insight that help individuals, markets and societies perform to their potential. Knowledge, information and quality – these are the three things that shape our business activities. We are committed to providing customers with the information they want, when and how they want it.
Data Status has an exclusive partnership with Elsevier Health and Cle International and cooperates with the best-known publishing houses in the world such as Harvard Business School Press, Pearson Education, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford University Press, McGraw-Hill, Cambridge University Press and many more.
As a large independent distributor Data Status is almost unique in Serbia. This independence – of which we are tremendously proud – means we are able to listen to what our publishers tell us and respond accordingly. And with no vested interests involved, we can determine for ourselves and our publishers where the priorities should lie.