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10.18.2023 | Member News & Releases

PSI and LibLynx Announce the Launch of Touchstone, a Unified Usage Analytics Solution

Alexandria, VA – Touchstone powers publishing models by providing publishers with unique, granular insights into their audiences and demonstrating the value of their content.

This new partnership between PSI and LibLynx gives publishers exclusive access to PSI’s unique dataset, a powerful suite of data that will engage and empower publishing staff.

Designed for automation and customisation at scale, Touchstone supports a wide variety of interactive and automated workflows, including embeddable reports, API interrogation, and bulk exports.

“We are really excited to be launching this new service,” said Tim Lloyd, CEO of LibLynx. “We know from conversations with our publisher partners that there’s a need for unified analytics solutions across both open and paywalled access models.”

Andrew Pitts, CEO and co-founder of PSI, said “Publishers have been petitioning us for access to the data they need to inform business decisions and communicate success to their stakeholders. We are delighted that working in partnership with LibLynx allows us to provide this data in a wonderfully accessible and usable format.”

More information  on Touchstone can be found here.

About LibLynx (www.liblynx.com)
LibLynx provides flexible Identity, Access Management, and Analytics solutions to online resource providers and libraries. We make identity & access as simple as possible and as secure as necessary and deliver insightful analytics that are on-demand and in real time. We mitigate the risks of fraud and managing personal data. Our cloud native applications are technology and platform independent, with an architecture designed to simplify integration and facilitate customization.

About PSI (www.PSIregistry.org)
PSI is an independent company and is the brainchild of two veterans of the publishing world who, between them, hold over 50 years of STM publishing experience. It was while working for major publishers that they recognised a number of problems facing the industry that could only be overcome through communication, collaboration and innovation. PSI now finds itself in a unique position to facilitate cooperation among the various stakeholders of the academic library and publishing world for the benefit of the whole community.

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