One of the big problems today is finding reviewers. Editors are limited by their own knowledge and various publicly-available datasets (such as Google Scholar, Web of Science, and discipline-specific tools like philpapers.org or thephilosophypaperboy.com), and while especially these latter are useful, they are not tailor-made for reviewer finding. This setup presents a way to speed up peer-review by partially automating finding reviewers for academic papers.
The aim here is to make something that is tailor-made for reviewer finding, that works by taking data from one publicly available dataset (namely that of Microsoft Academic, which is basically Google Scholar but Microsoft), extracting from it a list of possible reviewers, creating a database from that, and letting one query this newly created database to find reviewers for a paper under your editorship.
Source: Automating Academic Reviewer Finding With Microsoft Academic and Google Apps Script