Brocade Library Services is a web-based library information management System developed by the University of Antwerp.
Brocade Library Services 5.10 (or later version) allows institutions to collect and display authenticated iDs and push works to ORCID records.
Crossref provides Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) for research output. Crossref works primarily with publishers and it is one of the main metadata sources in ORCID records and, therefore, considered an Open Infrastructure Provider (OIP).
The auto-update functionality developed by Crossref enables, after user authorization, the automatic update of an ORCID record when the content is registered containing the correspondent ORCID iD in the metadata.
DataCite provides Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) for research output. DataCite works primarily with data infrastructures and data repositories, and it is one of the main metadata sources in ORCID records and, therefore, considered an Open Infrastructure Provider (OIP).
The auto-update functionality developed by DataCite enables, after user authorization, the automatic update of an ORCID record when the content is registered containing the correspondent ORCID iD in the metadata and has a DOI.
ORCID members can set up their DSpace-CRIS installation to allow researchers to link or facilitate the creation of a new ORCID iD.
DSpace-CRIS can also be used to update your researchers affiliation and education and add works and funding to their record.
FACTScience is a research information system developed by QLEO. The ORCID integration enables authentication and offers the possibility to add peer-reviewed publications to ORCID records.
Haplo Repository is an open-source repository that enables all research outputs related to a project to be stored together. The ORCID integration enables ORCID authentication and adds both works and affiliations to ORCID records.
The Intembeko ORCID Hub allows South African consortium member institutions to push affiliation, works, and funding data to ORCID records. This integration also allows to pull data from ORCID records to create a researcher CV.
Japan Link Center (JaLc) has been the Registration Agency (RA) in Japan since 2012. Since 2017, JaLc has been primarily focused on encouraging community development. To achieve this goal, they have facilitated easing metadata usage and enhanced the metadata search, including working with other ID services—such as ORCID—for research activities.
The Lens is a project of the global non-profit Cambia, which provides free and open tools to improve the use of science in solving important problems. The Lens serves global patent and scholarly knowledge as a public resource to make science and technology enabled problem solving more effective, efficient and inclusive.
The Lens-ORCID integration is implemented through Lens Profiles, which are composite author/inventor profiles that are auto-generated based on the public ORCID record using the ORCID iD as the linking identifier and enhanced with aggregated data from The Lens. Anyone can create a Lens account and link their ORCID account to create and manage your Lens Profile. Using your Lens profile, you can easily find and claim your scholarly works or patents and sync these with your ORCID Record. See the Lens Profiles support post for more information on linking your ORCID account, claiming and syncing your work to ORCID, and managing your Lens Profile.
OMEGA-PSIR is a free software application combining the functionality of Current Research Information System, Research Profiling System, and Institutional Repository. The application was originally developed by Warsaw University of Technology in 2012 in order to improve visibility of the variety of research outputs and to provide reporting capabilities for internal authorities and funding organizations. Currently, it is used by approximately 40 universities, and this number will be increased in the near future. The OMEGA-PSIR ecosystem is continuously developed by the joined forces of Warsaw University of Technology, Member Universities, and Research Institutions as well as Sages, the company providing commercial software deployment, and subsequently, the support service.
ORCID API integration is provided through a plugin that is developed by Sages and delivered at no cost for registered users of OMEGA-PSIR.
The plugin is used to collect and authenticate researcher iDs, display authenticated ORCID iDs, and synchronize research outputs registered in institutional CRIS powered by OMEGA-PSIR.
OJS is an open source software application for managing and publishing scholarly journals. Originally developed and released by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) in 2001 to improve access to research, it is the most widely used open source journal publishing platform in existence, with over 10,000 journals using it worldwide.
ORCID API integration is provided through a plugin that is freely available in the OJS Plugin Gallery, and which can be used to collect and authenticate ORCID iDs for users and authors; display authenticated ORCID iDs in manuscript records; and (optional) automatically request that contributing authors provide their ORCID iDs. If configured using the ORCID member API, the plugin can also update authors’ ORCID records with published article information. More information on the plugin and how to use it can be found in PKP’s Documentation Hub.
ProposalCentral is a fully-integrated grants management and evaluation solution for research funders offering unparalleled access and visibility into the entire research ecosystem. As a single platform shared by funders, researchers, and research institutions, ProposalCentral enables a seamless, collaborative, and open interactions throughout the research community to accelerate scientific discovery.
ORCID is a powerful enabler within ProposalCentral, simplifying the research application and management process for the researcher and providing a powerful tool for funders to assess their impact.
More about the integration with ORCID here.
ORCID members can configure Elements to allow researchers to link to their ORCID iD and gather persistent identifiers from their ORCID record. Elements can also be used to add works to your researchers’ ORCID records and assert their affiliation with your organization. More details about the integration.
Vidatum Academic provides institutions with a single source of publishable information on researchers, publications, funding, collaboration and national reporting compliance. The ORCID integration enables ORCID authentication to facilitate full synchronization of a Vidatum Profile with an ORCID record.
SmartSimple Cloud for Research Grants Management is a scalable, all-in-one solution that is designed to streamline the complexity of managing foundation, institution, and pharmaceutical research funding.
SmartSimple Cloud comes with robust collaboration, automation, and reporting capabilities to address any complex or unique requirement within research funding processes. Having processed $9B+ in funding in 2020, SmartSimple Software’s trusted platform supports some of the world’s most prominent research institutions, foundations, Fortune 500 brands, and government agencies at all three levels. By enabling ORCID integration, users can seamlessly import their ORCID record into their profile within SmartSimple Cloud. The ORCID integration can also be configured for internal staff to add and update funding records from SmartSimple Cloud on the user’s ORCID record. This functionality will be of particular interest and advantage to researchers and research-based foundations to further simplify their application and management processes.
To learn more about SmartSimple Cloud’s ORCID integration in more detail, visit the SmartSimple Wiki .
The XSEDE Resource Allocation Service (XRAS) is a software-as-a-service platform for managing the submission, panel review and award of research project allocations on high-performance computing resources and other types of systems. XRAS has a wide range of customization options to let client organizations tailor the system to their policies and procedures.ORCID members can configure XRAS to allow researchers to link to their ORCID iDs, and awarded allocations are posted to researchers’ ORCID profiles as an ORCID Research Resources entry.