Scholarly iQ provides trusted, industry compliant reporting to COUNTER Release 5, the latest code of practice approved by the Project COUNTER group (www.projectcounter.org). We help publishers make the change to Release 5 as smooth as possible including establishing new data schemas and new, flexible reporting interfaces. All COUNTER compliant data processes and reporting follow defined standards to deliver to your subscribers the most timely and accurate reports in the industry.
Contributions to the development of this latest release have come from COUNTER’s library, vendor and content provider members including Scholarly iQ. Release 5 is designed to be internally consistent, unambiguous, and flexible, so that it will be easier for publishers to continue to be compliant and so that the Code of Practice can be adapted and extended as digital publishing continues to change.
COUNTER For Publishers
SiQ sets the standard for fully independent, client-focused solutions to dramatically increase the quality, insight and value of an academic publisher’s data assets. Our usage data and analytics solutions provide truly trusted and actionable key performance indicators which fully integrate trusted COUNTER usage and offline data.
We will identify, select and implement the best technology for you based on our years of experience working with publishers of all sizes.
COUNTER For Librarians
Scholarly iQ has developed a tried and tested SUSHI web reporting service that is well used by librarians for harvesting usage reports from publishers. Scholarly iQ’s SUSHI Web Service provides a one-stop-shop, intuitive web portal for librarians to access COUNTER and non-COUNTER reports as well as harvest reports from multiple publishers in one place.
Scholarly iQ provides access to COUNTER compliant reports through the Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI) protocol.