February 26th, 2019
Anatomical Atlas Publisher IMAIOS gets Improved Picture of Usage with COUNTER R5 Reporting and PSI Metrics for Identifying Denials
Scholarly iQ today announced that IMAIOS’s January – March 2020 usage statistics for its human anatomy interactive atlas, e-Anatomy and its veterinary anatomy atlas, vet-Anatomy are now available using the latest COUNTER Release 5 (R5) standards at www.imaios.com. These standards are the latest version of the agreed international set of standards and protocols governing the recording and exchange of such online usage data, which are used to ensure trusted, transparent and independent reporting of publishers’ usage statistics to libraries. Scholarly iQ are to provide reporting and data management services for IMAIOS.
In addition, IMAIOS usage data will be integrated with PSI Metrics to allow IMAIOS to lookup usage events and turnaways against a database of over 1.5 Billion fully vetted and verified IP addresses for over 72,000 libraries. The service will allow IMAIOS to attribute usage to institutions. Along with COUNTER compliant metrics and the content titles, items, DOIs, authors, etc that are requested by users this provides quantifiable, in-depth information as to which IMAIOS content new prospective accounts are most interested.
“We’re very pleased to have concluded this partnership which allows us to bring a total transparency to our customers with the COUNTER standard. We chose ScholarlyiQ for its reliability and efficiency. IMAIOS’ e-Anatomy and vet-Anatomy atlases of anatomy are reference databases used worldwide for healthcare professional’s education and scientific research. University libraries provide these databases to their students and teachers, and will benefit COUNTER 5 reports to assess the use of IMAIOS’s products.” Denis HOA, CEO, IMAIOS.
“Through many years of working closely with libraries, publishers and membership societies we have been able to develop a unique and powerful database. We are delighted that this valuable source of data is being leveraged to provide authors, libraries and publishers with data that will nurture a deeper understanding of organisational readership.” Andrew Pitts, CEO and Co-founder, PSI Ltd
Founded in 2008, IMAIOS is an innovative company in the medical imaging and e-learning field.
The cofounders Denis Hoa and Antoine Michaeu, both medical doctors and radiologists, have been recognized as experts in the use of web and mobile software to provide new tools to help healthcare professionals in their daily practice. They received numerous design and scientific awards from the RSNA, the ECR and the SFR.
Expanding from its interactive atlas of anatomy e-Anatomy, and e-MRI course, IMAIOS is also developing a veterinary atlas of anatomy, exam prep tools for ABR Core exam or ECNi, healthcare related serious games, and fully featured managed e-learning platform that is accredited for CME in France.
About Scholarly iQ
Scholarly iQ provides independent, trusted eBusiness solutions to the academic publishing market. Leaders in usage reporting since 2002, SiQ services integrate and deliver meaningful data accurately and on time for better business decisions.
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