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Cool – who’s going to pay for that?. ORCID BWG (Business Working Group) Outreach Meeting, September 16 th , 2011. BWG – who are we?. Gregg Gordon, SSRN Karen Hunter, Elsevier Dave Kochalko , Thomson Reuters Salvatore Mele , CERN Ed Pentz, CrossRef, co-Chair

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cool who s going to pay for that

Cool – who’s going to pay for that?

ORCID BWG (Business Working Group)

Outreach Meeting, September 16th, 2011

bwg who are we
BWG – who are we?
  • Gregg Gordon, SSRN
  • Karen Hunter, Elsevier
  • Dave Kochalko, Thomson Reuters
  • Salvatore Mele, CERN
  • Ed Pentz, CrossRef, co-Chair
  • Lisa Schiff, California Digital Library
  • MacKenzieSmith, MIT
  • Craig Van Dyck, Wiley, co-Chair
bwg remit
BWG Remit
  • …responsible for developing a business plan, including funding options, and membership and affiliate policies for Board approval.
  • …will coordinate its work with the TAG and the OWG.
business plan for a sustainable organization
Business Plan - for a sustainable organization
  • BWG sub-groups developed initial proposals on what fees could be charged (mid-2010)
    • Membership fees; transaction fees; fee-for-service (real-time access, alerts, bulk querying, disambiguation)
  • ORCID Survey (late 2010) asked about
    • Willingess to pay
    • Ideas for ways to fund ORCID
  • Mellon grant to fund business model feasibility study
orcid funding so far
ORCID funding so far….
  • In kind (2010) – staff time; board, working groups, technical and legal
  • Sponsorship 1 (early 2011) - $244,000 in donations from Founding Sponsors
  • Small grants (mid-2011) – Mellon ($49,000); VIVO ($25,000)
  • Sponsorship 2 (late 2011) – announced in August to get additional $250,000
  • Major loans and grants (late 2011/early 2012) - Mellon funded feasibility paper and more detailed business plan
business model feasibility study
Business Model Feasibility Study
  • $49,000 grant to fund consultant Raym Crow
  • PIs from MIT, Harvard, and Cornell – MacKenzie Smith taking the lead for ORCID
  • Report on sustainable business model for ORCID - focus on academic institutions; also publishers, funding agencies, other stakeholders
  • Mainly U.S., but considering international interests
  • Will inform decisions about ORCID business models with October 2010 Participant survey
orcid sustainability framework
ORCID Sustainability Framework
  • Framework for modeling scenarios
  • Baseline scenario that can be adjusted
  • What drives the model: development and operating costs; market sizing; price points, adoption curve
who s the market
Who’s the market?
  • Universities and research institutes
  • Government and private funders
  • For profit publishers
  • Non-profit publishers
what are fees
What are fees?
  • Initially tiered annual membership fees
  • One time capitalization fee (JSTOR, ARTstor)
investment capital
Investment Capital
  • Donations
  • Grants
  • Loans
next steps
Next Steps
  • Refine cost assumptions
  • Revise market sizing, pricing and adoption curve assumptions
  • Update cost and revenue projections
  • Recalculate investment capital required
  • Get loan commitments
  • Pursue grants