Packages & Services: flexible for your requirements 

Start small and grow, or start with scale to meet rapid growth requirements. Both Open Repository & Open Repository Lite sit within a managed, actively developed platform, hosted inside Atmire's robust data centres, and managed 365 days a year by dedicated global IT Operations staff

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News Update: As of 28th July 2016, Open Repository has been acquired from BioMed Central/Springer-Nature, by Atmire NV, a leading open access repository specialist headquartered in Belgium and the USA.  Read More...

“Open Repository provides a hosted solution that is quick and simple to set up, customizable to our needs and easy to use”
Pat Simons, Bibliographic and Technical Services Manager,
Roehampton University, London, UK

Open Repository:  scalable, flexible, consultative

Benefits of Open Repository include:

All the features & functionality detailed on the SoftwareHosting pages
Scalable: GB to Multi-TB storage, hosted and managed within our platform
SLA-based support; dedicated account manager & product manager 
Deployment, configuration, customisation, branding as part of rapid-setup 
Regular updates, new features, test platform, enhanced decoupled microservices  
Store and serve any file type - video, audio, research data, high-res images
Project Management of simple or complex repository implementations
A range of integrations & additional development by consultation (see below)

Example Additional Services

Distributed Backup: Your repository can be backed up and a copy distributed/stored at a third-party location of your choice/mandate
Single-Sign On -  safety authenticate your repository users using LDAP/Athens/SAML 2.0 /Shibboleth
Additional Preservation Services: where it is mandated, we can assist with repository integration with the CLOCKSS network.
Interoperability with Other Platforms  
 Research Information Systems, VIVOweb, any website CMS & other third party systems
Heavily Customized Design 
 Want a non-standard design? Consult with our internal or contract WDUX colleagues
Development Proposal
Have specific ontology, taxonomy or informatics approach in mind? Get in touch

Consultation & Tendering

In a era of overlapping or conjoined scholarly platforms & services, there is often a requirement  to further integrate, develop or link aspects of different scholarly platforms. Open Repository has undertaken a large range of additional development for clients.

Recent examples include: integration with Symplectic Elements CRIS for both Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, and the Natural History Museum, London;  integration with Converis CRIS for the University of Beds, UK;  CMS integration for Practical Action Repository; SAML 2.0 integration for University of Monterrey, Mexico; multi-lingual translations for the Laureate University Network, USA; PlumX Analytic integration for KAUST.

We are also a Registered Service Provider for DuraSpace, a part-commercial entity, part-advocacy body who are based in the United States, and facilitate various facets of activity relating to open-source  repository platforms 

If you have a particular  requirement we can work with you to effectively scope  plan & implement your needs. We respond to requests for tender. We've also worked closely other complimentary platform service providers such as Symplectic, Converis, Papers App, Altmetric, Plum Analytic  and Code Computer Love to deliver repository integration.    

Consortium/Consortia Repositories 

Open Repository welcomes consortium-based approaches to implementing an effective digital repository. Typically these may include purchasing of multiple repositories as branded or separate packages (with option to add additional institutions later), or a single repository with multiple institutions held at ‘Community Level’ within the repository.  Five Colleges of Ohio & six members of Georgia Knowledge Repository are examples of Open Repository clients with a consortium-based approach.

10 reasons to host with Open Repository

Get in touch 

“We have had a very interesting experience working with Open Repository to establish the Oxfam iLibrary, from working out a classification system for our very varied content through developing a remote deposit structure so people across our program offices can upload materials, to integrating with a separate website. We now have a digital library where we can capture our experience and share our knowledge easily and quickly. Our repository, the Oxfam iLibrary, will have an immediate impact on our own ways of working internally and, with our new information website now live, will make our content available to external audiences across the world.”
Robert Cornford, Communications Manager, Oxfam GB 

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