No bundle, you only pay for what you choose.
High level of service:
- - 99,5 % guaranteed uptime,
- - active citation linking,
- - custom research environment (feeds, saved content...),
- - delivery of paper issues.
Added features for institutions
- - only one subscription for all the users, no restriction, no added cost,
- - seamless integration of the internet platform on most library portals and standard usage statistics,
- - local and remote accesses managed by the administrator (usually the head librarian).
- - for research and academic organisations in developping countries,
- - back issues of journals hosted on Persée.
Price benchmark 2009
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On average, a subscription to an academinc journal similar to those published by NecPlus is 1 118€ for 7 isues, which represents an index of 635€ for 4 issues. This index is affected by the discipline (STM : 701€ | 649€ : HSS) and the type of publisher (ED - commercial : 662€ | 310€ : PU - press).
NecPlus institutional rate (208€ HT) is significantly lower than the average (ED : 580€ | 245€ : PU) based on a sample of 3 247 journals in related fields; on average it is 15% cheaper than those of the 427 journals published by university presses (see detail below).
| ||Sc. hum cultelles||Histoire||Et. rég & géo||Sc. sociales||Lang & com||Sc. po & RI||Eco & mgt||Sc. cog, psy||Cumul|
|Index||200 €||257 €||207 €||242 €||245 €||276 €||402 €||407 €||245 €|
Survey of a sample of 7 742 institutional journal catalog rates 2009 [electronic + paper + postage]:
- a) 12 publishers and publishing groups: Brill, Walter de Gruyter, Elsevier, Emerald, Inderscience, Nature, Palgrave, Sage, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Wiley Blackwell , WorldScientific.
- b) over 17 university presses : Arizona, Brookings Institution, Cambridge, Hawai, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oxford, Penn State, Purdue, Texas, Texas Tech, Wayne State, West Virginia...