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For more than 40 years, this firm has provided research on global macroeconomic trends that helps financial institutions make informed investment decisions.
The ﬁrm’s vast portfolio of valuable economic and investment data was stored in static PDF reports that could not be easily manipulated or collectively searched for identifying trends. A client survey revealed requests for several enhancements, including the ability to:
Since 1984, the IT industry has looked to Cisco for technology innovation. The company continues to transform the ways people collaborate, communicate, and connect.
Printing and shipping product training manuals to a global customer base had become costly and time-consuming.
Cisco printed roughly two training manuals per customer per year, spending nearly $700,000 annually just to print updates. Meanwhile, more and more customers were requesting digital documentation.
Wiley-Blackwell is the world’s largest global society publisher and one of the foremost academic and professional publishers, producing more than 1,500 scholarly peer-reviewed journals and 1,500+ new books annually, in print and online, as well as databases, major reference works and laboratory protocols.
The world of journal publishing is competitive. Wiley-Blackwell vies for authors for whom speed of publication is critical and who find strong temptation among new digital publishing alternatives.
Before library patrons immerse themselves in peer-reviewed academic journals or scholarly monographs, they often turn to Paratext’s reference collection for solid grounding in their topic.
Paratext specializes in electronic reference publishing for academic, public, and specialty libraries. It publishes bibliographic databases that link to millions of full-text scholarly documents. Its products increase the usage of existing library holdings across all reference content—electronic and print.
Brokerage firm North American Asset Management (NAAM) serves the real estate and financial service industries. NAAM is known for its document packaging and binder assembly system that accesses and manages the immense volume of print documents required for large real estate and financial deals.
LexisNexis, the largest provider of computer-assisted legal research services, has been publishing directories for attorneys and law firms since 1868. These industry-leading hardbound—and more recently Internet-based—directories have allowed lawyers and consumers of legal services to quickly and easily find the right legal professional to handle any matter.
LexisNexis’s Lawyers.com, a fundamental industry resource, profiles over one million lawyers and law firms.