In their words: Elsevier's Research Intelligence Solutions case studies
Contributed by: Sabrina Ahmad
Thousands of institutions, funding bodies and companies around the world rely on Elsevier's Research Intelligence solutions to answer the most pressing challenges their researchers and research managers face. We’ve spoken with several of our customers and created a collection of their stories to share with you through a series of case studies, videos and webinars — with each story focusing on the unique way customers are using Scopus, SciVal and Pure.
From Australia to Denmark, Japan to Sweden, the United Kingdom to Thailand, hear how customers around the world overcome the challenges of securing funding, finding the right collaboration partners, managing national assessment reporting requirements and more. Here are 3 stories to get you started:
- Aarhus University’s video and case study illustrates the university’s Research Support Office need to assess its research teams accurately and match them with the appropriate funding grants. Hear how the department turned to SciVal and the Scopus abstract and citation database to gain better visibility and management of its research data and glean insights into their faculties’ capabilities, ultimately empowering them to an evidence-based approach of obtaining more research funds.
- The Unilever video and presentation case study reveals how a major multinational consumer goods company uses SciVal to help find technology partners, measure themselves against competitors, identify emerging areas in technology and more.
- From the United Kingdom, Lancaster University’s video testimonial discusses how Pure seamlessly and efficiently integrated all of the university’s information together in one place, making submission to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) simpler and more transparent.
Interested in learning more? Visit our case studies site. Also, stay connected to the Scopus blog as we share more case studies in the upcoming weeks — and don’t forget to follow us @Scopus, @SciVal and @elsevierpure on Twitter!