Structure and connect your scholarly information to reduce administrative burden, derive powerful new insights, and showcase the real-world impact of your research.
Promote relevant funding opportunities, support researchers during the proposal development phase, streamline internal reviews and approvals, and manage post-award activities and reporting.
Streamline the management and administration of grant-making and ensure that your grant funding is strategic and impactful.
Over 20 years, Symplectic has proved its worth to its customers around the world in some of the most prestigious institutions:
- Thirteen of the Top 25 universities in the world, and 25 of the Top 100 (Times Higher Education rankings)
- Nine Russell Group universities in the UK
- Three Ivy League universities in the US
- Three Group of Eight universities in Australia
- Leading long-term clients such as the University of Oxford, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Auckland, and the National History Museum (UK)
- Research funding and philanthropic clients such as The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Macmillan Cancer Support, and Worldwide Cancer Research.
Learn more about how Symplectic has served the research community for the last two decades.
Discover the last two decades of research change with our Symplectic time capsule.
Find out more about events during our 20th anniversary year and how you can get involved.
Our first in a series of client spotlights celebrating our anniversary year, with Oklahoma State.
We ranked first in client satisfaction
in a 2018 OCLC Global Survey & Report
“Good support, responsive to client feedback. [The Symplectic team] focuses on researcher engagement, standards and automation and is clearly passionate about the sector.”
Software built by a team of research information specialists.
At Symplectic, our products and services have been developed in close collaboration with our international client base for more than 15 years. Collectively, our team have decades of experience and specialist knowledge in the capture and management of scholarly information.