Better ONIX fragments

There’s a new way of seeing your previous ONIX in Bibliocloud. It’s called the ONIX fragments page and it looks like this.

Onix fragments  page

What are ONIX fragments?

ONIX fragments are pieces of XML which contain a single product’s data at one particular point in...

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New website

Never ones to rest on our laurels, here’s our new website. In my previous post (originally for our customers’ eyes only, but now public) I promised that, by way of thanks for their helpful feedback, we’d have a new documentation site up and running...

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2018 Customer survey report

This is a long post, so here’s the summary:

* We’re going to work on the things you have told us to work on in 2018

* Skip to the bottom for some exciting news!

Just before Christmas, we once again asked our customers for feedback about Bibliocloud...

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Advanced advance information!

If you are a Bibliocloud client, you have always been able to click a button to download your metadata directly from Bibliocloud into one beautiful PDF layout. You can do that for one, or a thousand, products in one go. It’s a hugely time-saving feature...

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Zed Books

Zed Books had a storming year in 2017. In this post, we explain how Bibliocloud played a part in their success. It’s a great case study and an inspiring example of a publisher really committing to a long-term vision and seeing it through. Here’s how...

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A hidden benefit

I’ve noticed an interesting side-effect to using Bibliocloud. If you use one of the features that presents data in a human-readable way, it completely alters your data-management-motivation levels.

Take websites. Over Christmas, I released the new...

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Schedules page

It’s been a long time coming, but here – just in time for Christmas – is a new Schedules page. Log in to Bibliocloud and go to /schedules, where you can click to preview the new version: Screen shot 2017 12 23 at 20.16.51

You will be able to flick back and forth between the current...

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2017 in review

As is traditional at this time of year, we’re looking back over 2017. It does give me a more than mild sense of vertigo to think about how much we’ve done. And whilst, at times, the tumultuous happenings in the wider world have felt overwhelming,

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IOP Publishing

We were extremely excited to hear from IOP Publishing. Science publishers do vital and inspiring work, and, at Bibliocloud HQ, we get a real kick out of supporting them. We embarked on the RFP process with enthusiasm.

Why IOP Publishing chose Bibliocloud

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