A rapidly growing and diverse range of publishers are partnering with Digital Science portfolio companies to adapt to the evolution of scholarly research and communication

LONDON, UK & BOSTON, USA.  October 13th 2015: Digital Science, a business division of Holtzbrinck Publishing Group and a leading technology incubator focused on jump-starting innovation in the research community, today announces that it has reached the milestone of one hundred publisher customers across its portfolio of companies.

Digital Science’s publisher services include:

  • ReadCube – Interactive PDF viewing, innovative article delivery and optimized discovery
  • Altmetric – Article-level metrics implemented directly into individual article pages
  • Figshare – A hosted solution that allows publishers to easily manage and provide access to  and manage  large amounts of data
  • Overleaf – A collaborative writing and publishing system that allows authors to submit directly to publishers

Customers include large global publishing companies such as  Taylor & Francis,  (Altmetric, Figshare),  Wiley (Altmetric, Figshare and ReadCube), Sage (Altmetric) and Springer Nature (Altmetric, Overleaf, ReadCube). There are also many society and professional associations in Digital Science’s family of customers such as the Royal Society (Figshare), the American Psychological Association (Altmetric, ReadCube), the American Medical Association (Altmetric, ReadCube) and IEEE (Altmetric, Overleaf).

University presses, including MIT Press (Altmetric, ReadCube) and Cambridge University Press (Altmetric) are also well represented.

Nicko Goncharoff, Director of Publisher Relations at Digital Science, said:

“Our companies were started by researchers trying to solve problems they face in their everyday work, while the Digital Science publisher relations team has decades of experience working with and for publishers of all types. This enables us to offer tools and services that truly serve readers, researchers and authors while helping publishers navigate the rapidly changing landscape of online scholarly communication. Across our portfolio we’ve seen continued success with publishers so it’s great to be able to celebrate this milestone. We look forward to many more exciting new partnerships in the future.”

To find out more about Digital Science’s publisher offerings please contact: publishers@digital-science.com