Oable, the innovative open access (OA) workflow management solution developed by Knowledge Unlatched, continues to expand its adoption globally with new customers in North America and Europe. With the University of Bath, Oable has its first customer in the United Kingdom.
In North America, prominent research institutions and their respective libraries like Purdue University Libraries, Rowan University, University of Rochester, and Brandeis University will also use Oable to better streamline their OA workflows for both transformative agreements and single Article Processing Charges (APC).
Oable supports libraries in managing their OA activities across publishers, including for different types of commercial agreements and products. It is fully interoperable with other systems, integrating several metadata feeds to provide a seamless end-to-end solution for OA management. Specifically, Oable focuses on supporting librarians as they manage workflows across publishers.Click here to read the original press release.