Upgrade for Research Institutions
With the REF and its international equivalents, being able to fully measure and report impact across all the research carried out by your organisation is now critical. Researchfish enables understanding and impact reporting on over 100K research awards giving a true representation of the value of your organisation. Ensure compliance with your funders’ requests, report to donors and governors, and attract prospective students.
Many research institutions are adopting Researchfish to enable analysis and reporting across a wide dataset of outputs reported by their researchers, giving the variety of evidence needed to build case studies of impact for the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
An upgrade enables Research Institutions to view all awards held by their researchers and gives the same visibility as funders to monitor required submissions by researchers at their organisation as well as:
Reducing the burden on researchers by using our bulk publications uploader (taking publications from CRIS systems) and other automated interoperability features.
Viewing, analysing and reporting on the research data and information submitted by researchers to the funders at your organisation and run automated reporting.
Collecting data related to KEF reporting, including Knowledge Transfer and Exchange activities; IP & Licensing; New products (e.g. medical, software, artistic); Spin-Outs, Policy Engagements and Outreach activities.
Maximising the value of your data with assistance from our in-house data analysts and impact experts to help you to interpret your data.
The upgrade is currently £3075 per annum/organisation - if you would like upgrade and/or to have an online demo of the extra capabilities please contact us.
“Impact has really grown in the last few years, largely driven by the requirement to demonstrate impact through the REF, and often goes beyond the length of a grant and/or project. Impact can take many forms, not just in terms of money, it can be time saved, change of policy for example. We need to understand the world around us and others who may be interested in our research,” Steven Hardy, Head of Research Outcomes, University of Nottingham