As an active advocate of both Open Source software and the Open Access movement, Atmire has been a loyal sponsor of the Open Repositories conference since 2009.
The company is a registered DSpace Service Provider that provides DSpace services and Add-on modules to enable online open access to digital content including scholarly publications, research datasets, online courses, and audiovisual multimedia.
Atmire also offers Add-on modules to extend the functionality of DSpace. The offering includes modules for streaming documents, images or audiovisual content, but also for visualizing statistics, for creating reports and metadata batch editing and duplicate detection.
Meet Atmire at the conference
You can get in touch with Atmire by swinging by the conference booth, or by tapping one of the people below on the shoulder. Want to make sure you have enough time to discuss your topic with Atmire? Send a message to schedule a conversation.
Bram Luyten is one of Atmire’s founders. He is a DSpace committer, winner of the Open Repositories 2015 Ideas challenge and co-chairs the DSpace community advisory group. Talk to him about engaging with the DSpace community and your Open Access goals.
Art Lowel is Atmire’s Research & Development manager. He was the driving force behind the Mirage 1 and 2 themes, and is currently leading the DSpace 7 Angular UI developments. He’s keen on discussing new technology trends.
Ignace Deroost is Atmire’s Sales & Marketing associate and product expert. He has a wide range of experience with integrated streaming and usage statistics. Get in touch with him for all your DSpace and Open Repository questions.
Atmire offers a full range of DSpace services to establish a repository meeting specific needs. These services range from basic DSpace installations over to developing elaborate customizations to DSpace.
Atmire offers remote maintenance and support services providing assistance within a 48h time frame. This service is based on an on demand principle to ensure the client remains in control of all expenses.
Institutions can choose to host their repository in-house, or on Atmire’s managed hosting. As a registered consulting partner, Atmire provisions hosting infrastructure through Amazon Web Services (AWS). With a mature range of flexible IT resources available globally and at low cost, AWS is providing greater business agility and significant cost savings across virtually every industry. Institutions from California State University to the World Bank are taking advantage of the AWS services for their Institutional Repository.
Need a ready-togo repository which does not require any technological knowledge from your end? Open Repository offers a hosted & maintained repository platform provided at a fixed annual price. Find out more at the Open Repository website.