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FIZ Karlsruhe partners with Scipat Benelux to translate Asian patent documents into English
- 17 Jan 2017

FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure has announced a partnership with Scipat Benelux B.V., a translation service specialised in patent and business translations, in order to provide FIZ AutoDoc customers with high-quality translations of patent documents. FIZ AutoDoc is FIZ Karlsruhe's document delivery service.

The competitive pressure on international enterprises is steadily increasing. Therefore, innovations are essential for their success. Technical innovations are protected by patents. At present, the number of patent applications in the Far East is significantly increasing. For European enterprises, too, it is extremely important to examine which new technologies have already been protected by others, in order to avoid expensive litigation. However, since initial patent applications are usually registered and published in the language of the applicant's country, they can only be analyzed once they have been professionally translated into English. Machine translations are often faulty and therefore involve risks. In the ambitious field of patent texts, one word alone that has been incorrectly translated can result in serious misinterpretations and thus compromise an enterprise's success. Therefore, the high quality of the translations provided by FIZ AutoDoc together with its partner Scipat constitutes a decisive advantage.

The new translation service has been available to FIZ AutoDoc customers since September 2016. Customers may order translations of entire patent documents or of excerpts thereof, irrespective of whether the document was originally ordered via FIZ AutoDoc or not.

All translations are made by human translators instead of machines. They cover all areas from research, science, technology, and industry. The high quality of the translations is ensured by the fact that Scipat only employs certified translators who are native speakers with a university degree. The patents will be translated from Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Thai, and Vietnamese into English. Translations from other languages are available on request. The standard turnaround time is 3 days from receipt of order.

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FIZ Karlsruhe and RightsDirect co-operation to offer customers new rights management features when ordering journal articles via FIZ AutoDoc
- 10 Apr 2015

FIZ Karlsruhe — Leibniz-Institute for Information Infrastructure has again enhanced its document delivery service, FIZ AutoDoc. Before ordering a full-text article, customers can already verify the document’s license coverage under the VG WORT Digital Copyright License or other licenses granted by RightsDirect. This new feature was developed together with RightsDirect, a global provider of licensing and content solutions.

The integration with FIZ AutoDoc is available through the DirectPath Application Programming Interface (API) offered by RightsDirect and its parent company Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC).

FIZ AutoDoc, FIZ Karlsruhe’s web-based, automated and copyright-compliant document delivery service, partners with numerous renowned national and international libraries and publishing houses. Scientific journal articles, conference proceedings, and patent documents are mainly made available electronically. Another asset of FIZ AutoDoc is that it can be easily integrated into the customer’s workflow.

RightsDirect provides licensing solutions that make copyright compliance easy, allowing companies to re-use and share the most relevant digital content across borders. With RightsDirect copyright licenses and complementary information management tools, users can instantly check license coverage, manage permissions and optimise content workflow in one integrated solution. Based in Amsterdam and with a presence in Tokyo, RightsDirect is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Copyright Clearance Center (CCC). Working in close partnership with the world's leading rightsholders and collective societies, RightsDirect offers licensing and content solutions that reflect the needs of local and global organizations. Together, CCC and RightsDirect serve more than 35,000 companies and over 12,000 rightsholders around the globe.

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Reprints Desk’ A-Z Academic DocDel Collection now available as an “Addon” to ILLiad resource sharing management software
- 01 Apr 2014

Reprints Desk, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Research Solutions, Inc. (RSSS), has announced that the company's A-Z Academic DocDel Collection to supplement interlibrary loan (ILL) is now available as an "Addon" to Atlas systems' ILLiad resource sharing management software that is distributed exclusively by OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. The addon can be freely downloaded online at https://prometheus.atlas-sys.com/display/ILLiadAddons/A-Z+DocDel+by+Reprints+Desk.

The new Reprints Desk addon, a feature of its article supply platform Article Galaxy, provides academic libraries with easy access to document delivery services within their workflow.

A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection features high quality PDF delivery within minutes for each request that Reprints Desk receives. The service is available to academic research institutions for a low transactional service fee plus a special academic copyright royalty charge that can be as low as fifteen U.S. dollars.

Academic institutions, corporations, and government organisations use document delivery as a legal method for retrieving single copies of full-text papers from scholarly peer-reviewed journals when subscription access does not exist. Reprints Desk has held lone honors as the top-rated document delivery supplier in every document delivery market research survey conducted by information analyst and advisory firm Outsell, Inc., since 2008.

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Cornell University Emerging Markets Institute selects Reprints Desk to provide document delivery retrieval services
- 20 Feb 2014

Reprints Desk, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Research Solutions, Inc. (RSSS), has been selected to provide document delivery retrieval services for a newly launched research portal from Emerging Markets Institute at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Reprints Desk's services will be delivered through its Article Galaxy platform and will enable the Institute's corporate partners to order articles from a database of emerging markets research, powered by Thomson Reuters Web of Science.

Established in 2010, the Emerging Markets Institute was founded at Cornell University's Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management to promote the research and study of emerging economies. The Institute provides a private forum for lively exchange among corporate leaders from emerging and developed markets and leading researchers.

Corporations, academic institutions, and government organisations worldwide rely on Reprints Desk and its Article Galaxy online platform for single article document delivery research retrieval as a method for obtaining copyrighted journal content that complies with applicable copyright laws when subscriptions do not exist. Reprints Desk has held lone honours as the top-rated document supplier in every document delivery market research survey conducted by information analyst and advisory firm Outsell, Inc., since 2008.

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Reprints Desk tops 20,000 journal titles in Academic Document Delivery Service with new publisher additions
- 06 Sep 2013

Reprints Desk, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Research Solutions, Inc. (RSSS), has announced that the company had exceeded 20,000 publications and book chapters from more than 100,000 titles in its new academic document delivery retrieval service for scholarly research articles.

Reprints Desk achieved this milestone for it's A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection through recent agreements with publishers such as Elsevier, Massachusetts Medical Society, American Society for Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), and Society for Leukocyte Biology.

A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection features high quality PDF delivery within minutes for each request that Reprints Desk receives. The service is available to academic research institutions for a low transactional service fee plus a special academic copyright royalty charge that can be as low as fifteen U.S. dollars.

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Reprints Desk’s A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection now available to over 200 member institutions of CSU’s RapidILL system
- 05 Sep 2013

Reprints Desk, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Research Solutions, Inc. (RSSS), has announced that its A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection for full-text retrieval of scholarly research papers will soon be available to over 200 academic institutions that are members of the Colorado State University's (CSU) RapidILL system.

RapidILL members will benefit from another cost-effective content acquisition option that features fast delivery of journal article PDFs with coverage across nearly 20,000 journal publications and special copyright royalty rates and delivery fees.

RapidILL is a library resource sharing system created by the interlibrary loan staff at Colorado State in 1997 to improve literature borrowing, and lending. Member libraries are able to request content that is automatically checked against a database of records to identify and initiate acquisition sourcing based on a number of business rules. Reprints Desk joins existing document suppliers Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI), Linda Hall Library, and the Center for Research Libraries.

Reprints Desk's A-Z Academic Document Delivery Collection comprises content from leading scholarly publishers, including Elsevier, John Wiley & Sons, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Springer Verlag, Massachusetts Medical Society and dozens of others. Reprints Desk provides a high quality PDF within minutes for each document delivery request that the company receives and makes the service available for a low transactional service fee plus a special academic copyright royalty charge that can be as low as fifteen U.S. dollars.

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Information specialists from science and business would recommend FIZ AutoDoc, confirms new US market survey
- 24 Jul 2013

FIZ Karlsruhe – Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure has announced that its FIZ AutoDoc service has been ranked among the best in almost all categories in the current market survey conducted by Outsell, a US-based research and advisory firm.

Document delivery services are gaining more and more importance in the information sector. The (global) library system (infrastructure) is undergoing fundamental changes that are driven, among other things, by Open Access, new user requirements, the increasing frequency and number of publications, and decreasing budgets.

Document delivery services like FIZ AutoDoc offer an important service - digital or printed articles or patents can be delivered just in time or on demand. FIZ AutoDoc as a full-text broker service partners with renowned scientific libraries, aggregators and publishing houses and can therefore access to comprehensive stocks from various subject areas. FIZ AutoDoc can be easily integrated into existing business processes, infrastructures and intranets through various interfaces.

FIZ AutoDoc is part of the STN Full-text solution and provides convenient document ordering from retrieved online results. Especially scientific and corporate libraries benefit from this easy integration. The usually automatic ordering process allows for a much easier and faster handling of user requests. More than 80 percent of the ordered documents are available in digital form at one of the partnering publishers and therefore can be downloaded immediately, usually in high quality and full colour.

In the current market survey conducted by Outsell, many renowned document delivery services were examined with respect to relevant market and customer criteria. The respondents came from the corporate sector as well as from government, education and healthcare in the USA. Although tested for the first time, FIZ AutoDoc ranked among the best in almost all categories. FIZ Karlsruhe's service ranked second out of nine in the category Overall Satisfaction.' FIZ AutoDoc also ranked second and third in 'Depth and Breadth of Coverage'; 'Ease of Doing Business'; and ‘Would Recommend'.

Other document delivery services tested in the Outsell survey were the FIZ AutoDoc partners Reprints Desk, British Library Document Supply Service (BLDSS), Infotrieve, the Document Solution of Thomson Reuters IP & Science, Linda Hall Library, IE Online, ingentaconnect, and The Research Investment.

Infotrieve in deal with publishers and content aggregators for document delivery
- 09 Sep 2010

Information management company Infotrieve, Inc., US, has entered into agreements with six leading publishers and content aggregators. With this move, the company seeks to further expand the depth of content available from Infotrieve in the global scientific, technical and medical marketplace.

Infotrieve currently has partnerships with more than 140 publishers around the world and provides fast and cost effective copyright compliant delivery of their content to clients globally. New agreements with East View, Medknow and World Scientific expand Infotrieve's ability to deliver content published in China and India. Agreements with SPIE, Smithers Rapra and ACM add important content in the technical documents specialty segment.

In addition to the collections managed by each of these organisations, Infotrieve client's ordering via Virtual Library 2.0, Virtual Library 2.0+ and Content SCM platforms have access to more than 50 million citations within Infotrieve's proprietary database and its unique STM Library of managed print collections, including the NRC-CISTI Canadian national science library collection. More than 70 percent of client orders are delivered electronically, typically within five minutes or less.

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OUP e-journal articles made available via FIZ AutoDoc with pay-per-view option
- 26 Jul 2010

Scientific information services provider FIZ Karlsruhe, Germany, has announced that Oxford University Press (OUP) is now available as a new FIZ AutoDoc document supplier for the pay-per-view option. Articles from over 200 e-journals of OUP can now be ordered and downloaded immediately via FIZ AutoDoc.

If an ordered document is electronically available on OUP's server, the corresponding link is generated. In this case, the original document may be purchased directly from OUP in plain PDF-format using the 'Purchase Now' button. Benefits of FIZ AutoDoc's pay-per-view option reportedly include immediate availability of the document; best publisher quality; plain PDF format; and lower price than via classic document suppliers.

FIZ AutoDoc claims to be the document delivery system of choice for many of Europe's largest corporations, supporting unmediated and mediated ordering for single journal articles, patent documents, reports, conference papers, proceedings or other publications. It currently provides immediate download options for journal articles from more than 4,500 e-journals. Apart from OUP, other scientific publishers for which journal articles are offered via the FIZ AutoDoc pay-per-view option are ACS, Elsevier, Future Science Group, Karger, Springer and Thieme.

OUP, a department of the University of Oxford, claims to be the world's largest international university press. Oxford Journals, a division of OUP, publishes over 230 journals covering a broad range of subject areas, two-thirds of which are published in collaboration with learned societies and other international organisations. The collection titles include Nucleic Acids Research, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Brain, Human Reproduction, English Historical Review and the Review of Financial Studies.

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Thieme ties up with subito to deliver content from e-books
- 18 Feb 2010

STM publisher Thieme Publishing Group, Germany, and library services firm subito, Germany, have initiated a project to jointly develop a document delivery system for e-books. subito offers users copies of articles from periodicals and supports the lending of books.

With the latest alliance, university libraries can make digital book content from Thieme available on reading terminals, and personnel from universities and research institutions can integrate it into their intranets and learning platforms. subito has made its infrastructure available for delivering book content direct from the publisher.

In 2009, more than 40,000 active customers reportedly used subito's document delivery service for journal articles. Service subscribers can now expect to get content from books, published by Thieme, delivered to their computers either page by page or in their entirety. Complete books or select content can thus be licensed, allowing for use that is in accordance with legal requirements.

All available content will be enhanced with extensive metadata, which enables fast and specifically targeted searches for users. The content will be available as high resolution PDF files, thereby eliminating scanning cost for libraries. Ordering and delivery as well as billing will be processed by subito.

The pilot project between subito and Thieme reportedly has clearly defined conditions of use. Within the framework of the collaboration a flexible and unitised pricing system will be developed that is based on groups of users, duration of use and volume of content accessed.

The collaboration to deliver journal articles has now been expanded to include medical and scientific books from Thieme Publishing Group. Both partners will continuously evaluate the project and further develop it in accordance with user needs. The subito service is also available to other publishers.

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