Jisc, the UK’s research and education not-for-profit negotiating licences and digital content agreements on behalf of UK universities, has introduced a new Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the UK research sector. Within the framework, Jisc has listed MyScienceWork as one of the official suppliers of Research Outputs Repository Systems Purchasing Service with its next generation repository solution Polaris OS.
Following the feedback from the UK research sector, notably the difficulties of procuring repository services, a Research Outputs Repository Systems Purchasing Service was created by Jisc Services Ltd (JSL). This DPS contains both new and established entrants to the Repository market enlisted following numerous financial and technical entry requirement evaluations.
Polaris OS powered by MyScienceWork is a completely new repository approach that allows users to create high-quality, robust and scalable repositories supporting complex functions with little to no programming skills. With an advanced yet predominantly user centric approach, the AI-driven digital asset management solution is a major technological breakthrough to map internal research, manage scholarly communication storage, analyse research impact, and better user experience. The Open Source solution Polaris OS is able to manage all types of research outputs in one platform.
Members of higher education purchasing consortia may obtain further information on the new DPS from the buyer portal websites below and benefit from sector standards compliant services that are electronic, transparent, efficient and effective.
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