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  • By Nermeen Ragab Data Entry Specialist
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ DEFINITION  Ringgold provides the institutional identifier which enables publishers and intermediaries to connect their data and strengthen the links throughout the supply chain.   (Ringgold Data base)A rich database of over 350,000 records, the universe of institutions from a publisher's point of view.
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ Ringgold's unique subject classification system has been designed specifically for the publishing industry. Ringgold is currently in the process of reclassifying its institutional database, Identify, which holds over 350,000 institutional entities, using a new faceted classification system. Ringgold Subjects are currently being considered for adoption by COUNTER for the classification of journals in the Journal Usage Factor. The subjects and the wider facet schema was developed via detailed research and a lengthy consultation process with Ringgold’s customers. Ringgold Subjects have been designed to meet publisher’s needs in mapping their content to the interests of institutions.
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ History of Ringgold &Institutional Identification
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ SOME CLIENTS
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ BENEFITS Ringgold’s Auditing service enables clients to benefit in the following way: * Disambiguation of customer accounts. By using the unique Ringgold institutional identifier, duplicate accounts and holdings are easily identified, and consolidated. * Multi-faceted profiling of customer base. Auditing returns metadata specific to each institutional record including location, type, tiers, size and other associated metadata. From the files Ringgold supplies, clients analyze their subscriber base in terms of industry sector, geographic region, and more. * Accurately managing customers’ renewals: Audits ensure that renewals and non-renewals are accurately identified. Run more effective renewal campaigns by concentrating only on true lapses or cancellations.
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ EXPLORING THE MARKET *Clients of Ringgold’s Auditing service may also compare their customers to the larger market, by having Ringgold host their audited customer files, using the database internally: 1.Matching the customers against the database and eliminating duplicate accounts. 2.Seeing both customers and non-customers in any Identify search, including consortia holdings 3.Filtering searches by product. 4.Generating gap analysis and market penetration reports in order to identify your true prospects.
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ OBTAINING RINGGOLD ID  Validate enables Ringgold's Identify customers to obtain Ringgold IDs for institutions which are not currently held in the Identify database with immediate effect. The advantages are numerous: researcher’s will be able to obtain a new Ringgold number for addition into multiple internal system and to use that number to link systems together.
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ HOW VALIDATE WORKS
  • http://www.ringgold.com/ RINGGOLD TODAY   Ringgold has three Directors and 18 members of staff. Ringgold’s staff are augmented by a team of 40 international researchers, who build the Identify database and audit clients' data. The creation and maintenance of database records requires both country knowledge and language skill, encompassing 40 different languages, ensuring that, for example, records for Chinese and Japanese subscribing organizations are processed by personnel with these respective language skills, cultural awareness, and understanding of the local library and information landscape.