Many vendors offer built-in support for ORCID in their current research information (CRIS), funding, repository, and publishing platforms. These systems enable your organization to collect authenticated ORCID iDs and in some cases, synchronize data between your system and ORCID records in ORCID’s registry. Supported ORCID features and configuration steps vary by system, and ORCID membership is required in order to use ORCID features.
The following chart outlines the details of current ORCID-enabled systems.
This list is based on information collected through our member community and/or public information. Though we strive to provide an accurate and up to date listing of systems and capabilities, we cannot guarantee this list to be 100% accurate. Please check with your system provider of choice for confirmation of ORCID enabled services.
|Organization: System Name||Category||Certified Service Provider||Can Use with Public API||Collect Authenticated |
|Read from Records||Add Affiliations||Add works||Add Funding||Add Peer Review||Add Biographical Data|
|Royal Society Te Apārangi: NZ ORCID Hub||Association|
|Digital Science: CC Grant Tracker||Funder|
|eJournal Press: EJPress||Publisher|
|Elsevier: Editorial Manager||Publisher|
|F1000: F1000 Open Research||Publisher|
|Fluent Technology: FlexiGrant||Funder|
|InfoEd Global: InfoEd||CRIS|
|River Valley Technology: ReView||Publisher|
|University of Southampton/Co-Sector: EPrints||Repo|
|University Office: IRMA||CRIS|
|Watermark: Digital Measures||CRIS|
|University of Antwerp: Brocade Library Services||Repository|