The review process reflects a very complex system that peer review is the most robust, explicit, (not biased, particularly the blind review) transparent and equitable process by which research quality can be assessed. It is at the heart of all academic activity.
The level of peer review and the practices are not uniform. Reviews are used for the acceptance or rejection of papers and decide funding and tenure of faculty and scientists. They are not really used to measure the journal rating or evaluating institutions or countries.
Review processes are found to estimate the significance of the research papers. First, integration of several review reports performs better as an indicator of significant papers than the reviews of an individual reviewer.
The peer review process has impact on article acceptance. Thus writing a paper that can convince the reviewers is the crux issue. Many authors do not understand what is being expected in the peer review. The script could be tuned to satisfy the reviewers. Writing each sentence to suit the review requirements is really a challenging task. That is why authors need our services to shape and rebuild the papers.