MVP: Placing the User at the Heart of Your Business Strategy

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Each year publishers spend countless hours crafting lengthy Requests for Proposals (RFPs) that exhaustively detail their ideal online publishing platform. There is a sense that before a platform migration can occur every aspect of the functions, features, and capabilities must be identified and explicitly defined. Yet in other market segments the approach to revising business… Read more »

The Content Curation Challenge: Bringing Users to the “Right” Content…and More of It

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This Friday, Nov. 6, 2015 – I will contribute to a content curation panel at the Charleston Library Conference along with Will Schweitzer, Director, Product Development at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Michael Levine-Clark, Interim Dean and Director, University of Denver Libraries. The focus of the panel is to examine the… Read more »

The Safari PubFactory platform for academic search and reference: a review of 2014

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Safari isn’t just a single product providing books, videos, and training courses to business professionals. We also have a robust client services group that serves the academic publishing market. The team and talent at our PubFactory division operate some of the flagship products in online search and reference. Providing great academic and scholarly content has… Read more »