Corporate Edition allows companies of all sizes and from every industry to choose from the widest possible range of content. It ensures that your organization gets the most complete picture of today's research, stays current on critical developments, and gets innovations to market faster.
Benefits of Corporate Edition
ScienceDirect Corporate Edition features content from 26 disciplines and over 2,500 Elsevier journals. It is designed to:
- Support your organization's strategic research priorities with access to the latest information
- Improve researcher productivity with tools that make finding the most relevant content fast and easy
- Assist in evidence-based decisions through robust and reliable access to trusted peer-reviewed content
- Help gain insights into user behavior through analyzing COUNTER-compliant usage reports
Companies of any size
Over 2,500 journals published by Elsevier since 1995.
Additional Content Options
Corporate Edition Backfiles
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Download full-text articles and selected book chapters (PDF or HTML) as covered by your subscription.
View abstracts in references of HTML articles/chapters where available.
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Post-termination Access Rights
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Calendar year and multi-year subscriptions are available
Based on the total number of researchers* and anticipated number of downloaded articles** per user per year.
We offer tailored subscriptions to meet your organization's needs.
Eligibility & Purchasing
*Minimum of 50 users who are involved, either directly or indirectly, in the research and development (R&D) efforts of a company. Ask your Account Manager for details about eligibility requirements.
**ScienceDirect tracks the number of articles downloaded each month by users at any given company to determine the reasonable number of articles required and that is most appropriate for an organization. Based on usage trends within a given year, combined with the total number of users during the same year, the price level may be adjusted for the following year.