Morehead, KY, May 14, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- DATA180 has been selected by Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics to provide its FACULTY180 activity reporting system to administrators and researchers. Perimeter Institute will be using the FACULTY180 system to integrate with various research repositories and import scientific scholarly works into FACULTY180. In turn, administrators and researchers will be able to manage their research data from one location and generate biosketches utilizing this data.
“We are excited to partner with DATA180 to improve the management of our scientific publications and activity data. Perimeter plans to leverage FACULTY180'S flexible online environment to integrate its data with external repositories and services, such as the arXiv.org and ORCID, to reduce data management efforts enhance data quality,” states Ben Davies, Chief Information Officer, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics.
“We are very excited to partner with Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, one of the leading centers for research, training, and educational outreach in theoretical physics. This partnership will allow the Institute to manage research data more efficiently and effectively, and will provide DATA180 the opportunity to significantly extend the bounds of researcher activity data management – both at the individual and institutional levels. We have great expectations about the benefits that will result from this collaboration,” says L. K. Williams, President of DATA180.
FACULTY180 delivers state-of-the-art efficiencies for colleges and universities throughout the faculty information chain, from accreditation reporting to self-service analytics, evaluation processing to standardized workflow processes.
DATA180 is a software company that develops web-based solutions for colleges and universities, including faculty activity reporting and evaluations, program assessment and e-portfolios, and co-curricular transcripts and activity tracking. To learn more about DATA180’s solutions for colleges and universities, please visit www.data180.com.
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