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Will Schweitzer

Chief Product & Customer Success Officer
Will is Silverchair’s Chief Product and Customer Success Officer. In these roles he looks after the core Silverchair Platform and Silverchair’s growing client community. He guides our product, marketing, client services, and customer success teams. He has a deep knowledge of scholarly publishing, having worked in the industry for over 18 years in product and publisher roles for leading commercial and society houses including, most recently, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (Science Magazine), SAGE Publications, the American Psychological Association, and Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.
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Scholarly publishers are sitting on a wealth of content and user data. Relative to some analytics and information markets, our data is laying fallow. How should we be thinking about our data and creating data partnerships or products? We’ll cover theory to practice in a moderated discussion with industry experts.
Every publisher is grappling with transformative deals, Plan S, and what surely is a more open future. Join Alison Mudditt, CEO, PLOS, and Will Schweitzer, Silverchair’s SVP for Product Management and former Director of Product for the Science family of journals, as they share their perspective on the infrastructure, technology, strategies, and relationships needed to adapt to open access market changes successfully.
Silverchair Webinars

Opening Content for COVID_July 1, 2020

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To enable researchers, students, and faculty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many publishers removed paywalls from their content. As those free access periods are set to expire, how are publishers handling the reinstitution of paywalls, both logistically and from a messaging standpoint? How has this period changed customer relationships and how will it change future sales approaches? And how has the race to open content affected intellectual property protections and guarding against cyber criminals like SciHub? A panel of publishers and service partners who are working through these challenges share their approaches.