Some said moving away from manual processes and spreadsheets, understanding what is published and by whom and easily produce activity reports.

Others wanted to reduce the burden on researchers by automatically creating and updating researcher profiles, capturing data from multiple sources, including Ex Libris CDI, disciplinary repositories, and national repositories.

However, all recognised data as an essential building block to inform and to measure at all levels, and to support decision making with the help of a smart RIM system.

We listened and took action. 

Join us on the 11th of May, at 2pm UK time as we show you how you can promote the wealth of your research output to the world with the Ex Libris Research Services Solution.

We will also showcase how the institutions using Esploro achieved this and what you can to do to move towards automated research processes.

Sign-up to our webinar – May 11, 2pm UK Time


With a little bit of help from Ex Libris Research

Ex Libris Esploro brings you all these valuable possibilities without having to use separate systems.

You don’t need a separate CRIS or a separate repository.

Ex Libris Esploro manages the whole deposit process, organises the research output and activities, and makes them easily discoverable to a global audience by showcasing an institution’s research expertise


“The new research database strengthens, among other things, the user interface and integration with the Defense Academy’s other systems, including reading lists in Moodle.”
Royal Danish Defence College

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