Oslo, Norway – October 20, 2023. TIND is pleased to announce the launch of Author Profiles as the highlight of the 1.19 release. Author Profiles showcases the works of local authors in a dedicated author page and elevates the institutional repository's visibility with customizable branding. Authors create and manage their own profiles, supported, if needed, by local administration. The result is a uniform and easily navigable directory of local scholars. Author Profiles blends seamlessly into TIND’s submission dashboard workflow, providing a comprehensive tool for managing institutional content from submission to discovery.
St. Louis, MO, and Oslo, Norway - May 5, 20023. Washington University in St. Louis has gone live on TIND RDM. WashU Research Data (WURD) is an improved and upgraded data repository to better support the research mission of Washington University, replacing their previous BePress installation. Jennifer Moore, Head of Data Services, says that the new repository is a turning point for the organization: “We were able to incorporate key standards, such as DataCite metadata, persistent identifiers such as DOI, ORCIDid, ROR, integrate our local and the Data Curation Network’s quality review workflows, GitHub integration, and evaluation for FAIRness, and provide for long-term access and preservation. The stellar implementation team at TIND supported our customizations and data migration and was so responsive and easy to work with. We are delighted.”
St. Louis, MO, and Oslo, Norway – February 10, 2023. Washington University in St. Louis has selected TIND RDM as its new research data repository, migrating from Digital Commons. TIND RDM will be used to share and publish datasets and supplemental files, including spreadsheets, protocols, field sheets, analysis scripts, and images. Supporting FAIR principles, integrating with DataCite, and offering a data curation workflow, TIND RDM offers WashU a strong foundation for sharing and publishing research data for long-term access and future use.
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.
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.
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.
Oslo, Norway – August 31, 2018. TIND has released version 1.6 to all customers. Major highlights include the deployment of acquisitions and serials functionality to all TIND ILS customers. TIND 1.6 also includes Elasticsearch as the default search engine, allowing for fast and scalable search across tens of millions of records and files.
Pasadena, CA and Geneva, Switzerland – June 2, 2017. The Caltech Research Data Repository (CaltechDATA) was created by Caltech and TIND, a spin-off of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The platform has now officially launched as a service for Caltech faculty, staff, students, and research collaborations.