Open Repository joins DuraSpace Registered Service Provider program

Open Repository is pleased to announce we are now a DuraSpace Registered Service Provider. DuraSpace is a not-for-profit organization that aims to establish partnerships with companies that provide support services to institutions using DSpace and Fedora digital repository software. Open Repository shares their commitment to ensure that current and future generations have access to our digital heritage.

Being a Registered Service Provider reflects Open Repository’s position as an active participant in the DSpace open source software community, and our commitment to providing expertise and technical consulting to enable customers to achieve their open access goals by providing digital repositories.

Bryan Vickery, COO of BioMed Central says, “BioMed Central, through its Open Repository service, has been an active member of the DSpace development community for many years. By becoming a Registered Service Provider in the DuraSpace program, we further emphasize our commitment to DSpace, which underpins Open Repository, and demonstrate our important role in the future development and direction of the platform."

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