By using SciRef you can automatically download pdf-files from the supported services, link local files to citation record in SciRef, export pdf files from local storage to external drives or folders, automatically import RIS files with related pdfs, view pdf directly in SciRef window.
It is user friendly and I like the interface they use. It is pretty much similar to other reference managers. I also like that you can see the PDFs right on their window, and that they let you get organized by groups. It takes a while to add everything though.
What do you dislike?
They do not have many templates for citation styles as Mendeley or EndNote, but you can add your own. I actually prefer Mendeley since its free and it has a good web version. It took me a while to export all my references to SciRef, and although I have SciRef, I still use Mendeley preferably.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
It is good for organizing your literature and it is a must if your writing papers or anything that needs a bibliography.
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