Digital Science and Cambridge University Press announce an agreement that provides access to Dimensions Analytics to users across the organization. Dimensions integrates and contextualizes millions of publications, grants, clinical trials, patents, policy documents, and their associated metrics to help publishers develop and implement strategies that positively impact all aspects of the business and mission.
By pulling together information from across the research lifecycle, Dimensions provides a powerful tool that publishers can use to evaluate portfolio performance, shape publication planning, evaluate regional commercial strategies, and identify reviewers, authors, and editors.
Ella Colvin, Director of Academic Publishing at Cambridge University Press, says “Partnering with Digital Science to use Dimensions gives our editorial and marketing teams an invaluable resource to inform critical business decisions. Its analytics capabilities promise to play a key role in helping the Press to forge ahead with delivery of its mission and exciting publishing plans, sustaining our unrivalled reputation for scholarly excellence.”
Christian Herzog, CEO of Dimensions, adds, “Our team looks forward to a long partnership with Cambridge University Press and we are proud to provide analytical tools they need to further their mission.”
About Cambridge University Press
Cambridge University Press dates from 1534 and is part of the University of Cambridge. Its mission is to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide, by enabling researchers, students and teachers to realise their full potential. In doing so it supports the University in fulfilling its core objective of contributing to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. For more information, visit https://www.cambridge.org.