Portland, OR, and Oslo, Norway – January 20, 2023. The Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) has selected TIND Institutional Repository and TIND Digital Archive as new repository systems. By moving both systems to a single platform, OHSU can streamline access and workflows for all their digital holdings. OHSU is migrating from Samvera.
Evansville, IN, and Oslo, Norway – December 16, 2022. The University of Southern Indiana (USI) has selected TIND IR, migrating from DSpace. USI has been running TIND ILS for two years and will integrate TIND IR into their existing ILS install. They are looking forward to streamlining access and workflows by moving both IR and ILS into a single platform. “We're excited to follow the continued development of both systems and look forward to further collaboration with TIND," says Becca Neel, Asst. Director for Resource Management & User Experience.
London, UK and Oslo, Norway – November 24, 2022. The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has successfully migrated to the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). “Working with TIND to develop our new and refreshed Library has been really simple and a very positive experience. Their dedicated staff were only too eager to help us understand the details of the project and they made sure any and all queries we had were answered carefully”, says Harry Williams, Content & Communications Executive at IMarEST.
London, UK and Oslo, Norway – March 11, 2022. The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST) has selected the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). IMarEST will utilize the TIND platform to provide web-based repository access for its global membership to over 130 years published research across disciplines of marine engineering, science and technology. In addition, it will publish new content to TIND created by its membership for wider audiences and public benefit.
Boston, MA and Oslo, Norway - November 23, 2021 - TIND, a spin off from CERN specializing in innovative library software solutions, announced today that Matt Hall has joined their expanding team as VP of Business Development. In this role, Hall will be responsible for building out TIND’s global sales program and team.
Boston, MA and Oslo, Norway - June 15, 2021. TIND, a spin off from CERN specializing in library software solutions, today announced that it is continuing to expand its team with the appointment of Andrew French as VP Product Management. French brings more than a decade of library technology and archive experience since graduating from the Simmons College Library and Information Science & Archives Management Program.
St. Louis, MO and Oslo, Norway – December 11, 2020. The Materials Technology Institute (MTI) has selected the TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Digital Archive (TIND DA). MTI is migrating from an existing repository provided by Global Village Publishing (GVPi), a Sage Publishing product. MTI will utilize the TIND platform to provide web-based repository access to over four decades of not-for-profit research and resources to its member companies and engineers.
Santa Cruz, CA and Oslo, Norway - October 29, 2020. TIND, a spin off from CERN specializing in library software solutions, today announced that industry leader Kari Paulson has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer and member of the board.
Colorado Springs, CO and Oslo, Norway – July 31, 2020. Colorado College will migrate to a combined TIND IR and TIND DA instance for their newly branded digitalCC multi-media repository, providing archival preservation, curation, and discovery of scholarly publications and digitized special collections. The college migrates to TIND from a locally hosted Fedora Commons datastore.
Chicago, IL and Oslo, Norway – November 28, 2018. TIND was selected by the University of Chicago to provide their cloud-based TIND Institutional Repository (TIND IR) and TIND Research Data Management (TIND RDM). TIND's systems were chosen in order to better meet growing needs and interests around data sharing and preservation, open access, and reproducible research results. UChicago is migrating its existing research output from DSpace Direct. TIND IR and TIND RDM will be implemented as a single, unified solution for managing, disseminating and preserving all research output and research datasets.