Researchers produce thousands of achievements and publications. To manage these
achievements, institutions and universities have developed institutional repositories, providing it as a service to their users. However, these institutional repositories are limited in their ability to spread the news of the university’s accomplishments. Furthermore, they are commonly not used for evaluations and assessments within an institution. After much consideration, the KAIST library, wanting to increase the satisfaction of professors, students and administration staff, decided to add diverse functions such as Journal Impact Factor (JIF), citation, ResearcherID etc. to their new research management system. This paper introduces the KAIST library as case study of efficiently managing research achievements. This paper suggests that other libraries
have the opportunity to raise their competitiveness through similar techniques.