As leaders in digital innovation, we’re constantly considering and testing the impact of new technology and fresh approaches to hone best practise, enhance user experience and grow revenues. These are some of our latest thoughts and findings:
The fourth paradigm of science brings with it an onslaught of data. Quantitative, qualitative, direct and anecdotal, it’s an often-acknowledged fact that the ability to collect and share vast quantities of data is the greatest change in scientific research of our times. With this new opportunity comes inherent challenges in the comprehension of data.
Our world is driven by data. You may THINK that you decided to buy a new blue sweater at the mall last Thursday, but in fact the retailer analyzed data that drove marketing that ultimately lead you to purchase that sweater at the specific time and place that you bought it. Like it or not, it’s a fact of (business) life.
It’s likely that you’ve only recently settled on your pricing for 2017 – but is your approach ensuring your subscribers are getting the best value for their money, and are you realizing the potential for growth with new customers? A tiered pricing structure can help with both.
I’ve written about Impact Vizor before , and some of the opportunities it helps you identify for your journal program. As with the full suite of Vizors, Impact Vizor has been designed around the idea that a better view of your data can help you make better decisions, but today I’d like to delve a little deeper into how you might go about using these in a specific business context.
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), the American Physiological Society (APS), and The Public Library of Science (PLOS) have together added an additional seven journals to bioRxiv’s one-click submission program supported by BenchPress, the manuscript submission system from HighWire Press.
Twenty-one HighWire publishers see increases in readership through recent partnership with TrendMD
HighWire Press, Inc., the leading technology platform and strategic partner to scholarly publishers and societies, announced today initial success of its partnership with TrendMD. The TrendMD content recommendation widget has delivered over 1.36 million additional article views to HighWire publishers, attracting over 272,000 new readers across 156 journals on the HighWire Open Platform.
HighWire hosted a visit from the Lord Mayor of Belfast, Alderman Brian Kingston, at the Center of Excellence in Belfast.
The Lord Mayor met with the HighWire team, including recent graduates of the HighWire Training Academy, he commented, “HighWire’s commitment and focus on developing a high quality talent pool supports not only their business goals, but also benefits the Northern Ireland business community.”