Zapnito is more than just a tech provider to us at Springer Nature. The team have become valued contributors to our product innovation thinking and continue to find exciting new ways for us to deploy their products to better serve our customers and meet our business goals.
Chief Publishing Officer and Board Member at Springer Nature
Springer Nature is a leading academic and educational publisher serving the needs of researchers, students, teachers and professionals around the world. Its mission is to help the community to discover, learn and achieve more.
They have worked with Zapnito to create thirty active communities. These range from subject-focused research communities, to online training products.
An expert community of researchers sharing insights and ideas into the latest discoveries in ecology and evolution.
It helps them promote their research, connects them to both their peers and Nature editors, and fosters collaboration.
For Springer Nature, the community drives journal submissions and subscriptions and increases brand loyalty.
A private community of editorial board members, which provides all the information they need to be an effective board member and to benefit from the connection the role brings to the BMC team and fellow editors.
For Springer Nature, it enables efficient group communication, adds prestige to the role of board member to aid recruitment, and helps get more value from the editorial board.
Supported by leading pharmaceutical company F. Hoffman-La Roche, the site is based around a research paper published in Nature. The pharma sponsor wanted to bring the paper to a wider audience, in particular by inviting researchers’ participation with an interactive figure.
Springer Nature were able to provide a creative content marketing solution to the client, fast, with the site set up in just a few weeks.
Zapnito has given us a platform for community discussion around our journals, with little development time needed from us, helping to raise our visibility and strengthen our relationship with the research community. I would highly recommend them.
Head of Communities and Engagement at Nature Research