COUNTER Compliance

Scholarly iQ supports COUNTER Release 5, the latest code of practice by the Project COUNTER group.

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Advanced Usage Analytics and Business Intelligence


SiQ provides data-driven insights & decisions powered by industry leading business intelligence services and solutions.

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Scholarly iQ provides trusted eBusiness solutions to the academic publishing market.

Whether you are a publisher, librarian, consortium member, author, reader or service provider to the academic publishing market, understanding usage of digital content will be critical for you to manage your day and your business.


Data Management

Get true data integration and warehousing, preprocessing for security and integrity, and safe storage and 100% uptime guarantee.

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Strategic Consultancy

We identify, select and implement the best and most suitable technologies, applications and tools for publisher needs to maximise data ROI.

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Over 175,000 librarian reporting users

Over 9,000 SUSHI accounts supported

Over 120 Million Page Views per Month reported

Over 20 Million Visits per Month reported

Scholarly Iq news

August 19th, 2022

Faculti chooses SiQ’s leading reporting and analytics services

SiQ are delighted to announce our latest partnership to provide COUNTER usage reporting and analytics for

The reporting partnership will meet Faculti’s requirements for COUNTER reporting for subscribers and advanced reporting, analytics and best practices for internal publisher reporting by content source and category.



July 30th, 2022

Recap of a Poster Session from the SSP 2022 Annual Meeting

Recently at the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting, KGL PubFactory’s Director of Platform Services, Tom Beyer,together with longtime platform partner, Stuart Maxwell, COO of Scholarly IQ, presented a poster on the advanced analytics available to publishers that many are still not using for their editorial, sales, and Plan S strategies. For those that struggling with analysis paralysis trying to identify Open Access usage or meet reporting requirements for transformative journals, we recap the highlights of the findings and discussion here.