Announcing Article Galaxy+, Including Springer Nature Full-Text Content
At Research Solutions / Reprints Desk, we’ve always strived to help our customers accelerate their research by streamlining access to scientific literature. We’re taking that a big step further for small and medium-sized (SMB) research organizations with the launch of Article Galaxy+. With Article Galaxy+, customers will have access to 35% of the world’s scientific literature preloaded on the platform, at no additional cost. Through this new offering, SMB customers will gain immediate access to all Nature research journals and Springer journals and book chapters (now known as Springer Nature)—in addition to seamless access to 20 million Open Access articles. A powerful boost to the information toolkit of any research organization, Article Galaxy+ takes the best of Article Galaxy, the best of Springer Nature content, as well as Open Access literature—and puts it all in one package.
Historically, only the largest R&D organizations and universities were able to afford subscriptions to a large collection of high-impact journal content, let alone have the required staff to organize and manage an internal library. With this groundbreaking initiative, we’re bringing these same “big company” capabilities to small and medium-sized enterprises. This is a massive democratization of a key part of the world’s scientific literature. When it comes to Springer Nature content, there’s no more need to quietly borrow friends’ ever-changing passwords at universities or worry about the legality of accessing articles from dubious (or even illegal) sources. Additionally, all of this access will be fully integrated with Article Galaxy’s corporate-friendly workflow environment, in addition to being available on Springer Nature’s website.
This is exciting stuff and it couldn’t have been done without that high-level “triangle of trust” that exists between our customers, our publisher partners and Article Galaxy.
I hope our customers, prospects, and partners take the time to learn more at: info.reprintsdesk.com/springernature