Clients


We work with a wide range of clients, collaborators and partners, including the following: Association of Commonwealth Universities, Maverick Publishing Specialists, the Sloan Foundation, Bodleian Libraries, FORCE11, Crimson Enago, Profeza, Elsevier, Jisc, COPDESS, Chichester District Council and Institute of Physics. Please see below for some recent testimonials.

Fiona Murphy works at the scientifically critical interface of intelligent open data, open science and publishing. She understands the revolution which is taking place at this nexus, and is a significant part of making sense of the changes being wrought. She is carrying out significant research to help publishers and others, and has organised very thoughtful and enjoyable meetings to bring scientists and publishers together. She has an enviable network of contacts, and I can recommend her wholeheartedly.
— Professor Robert Gurney OBE, Co-chair, Belmont Forum e-I&DM project and University of Reading
Fiona and I were colleagues at Wiley for several years where, although we worked in quite different parts of the business, we shared a common passion for the importance of research data in scholarly communications. While my conviction about this was initially more conceptual, Fiona’s has always been grounded in a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities afforded by data “publishing” in all its forms and a commitment to driving change. This has earned her the respect and affection of the research data community, in which she is fantastically well networked. As a result she is my go-to person whenever I’m asked about potential speakers, authors, or collaborators for research data-related activities. If she’s not available or not the right fit herself, you can be sure she will find someone who is! I have personally learned a huge amount from Fiona, especially as co-chair with her of Wiley’s first internal research data group, and as co-editor of a special issue of Learned Publishing.
— Alice Meadows, Director of Community Engagement & Support, ORCID