The Repository solution enables researchers to easily deposit the outcome of their research into their institutional repositories to enable the research to be found and hopefully re-used, adding to the sum of human knowledge. It’s packed with tools to make it easier for repository managers to prepare the outputs for deposit – supporting embargoes, access requests to restricted files, and applying open access and re-use licences. One thing we’re particularly good at is enabling researchers with non-text based outputs to easily share their research – repositories traditionally haven’t supported materials such as film, sound recordings, and artifacts very well – but Haplo can do this because of the flexibility in being able to richly represent the details of anything.
As you look to the year ahead, what makes you and the Haplo team most excited about being part of the Cayuse family?
Joining the Cayuse family provides the Haplo team with the opportunity to see Haplo’s products benefiting researchers in institutions across the globe.
We also chatted briefly about the underlying philosophies of the two companies being so similar, in that both companies were founded on the idea of reducing burden throughout the research process.