CERN wanted a single, collaborative authoring tool to provide to their researchers and after a year-long trial of three platforms, Overleaf emerged as the best fit for them.

“The subsequent launch of Overleaf at CERN has been a huge success, with usage in the first year and a half growing by over 800% to include more than 3,600 CERN members across many different departments and specialities.”

Nikos Kasioumis, Software Engineer in the IT department at CERN and leader of the CERN authoring trial.

Read more about the goals, approach and results over on the Overleaf blog.

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