Tuesday, 6th September 2016
Jinfo has teamed with Acquire Media, the technology company behind NewsEdge, to offer a free evaluation session using CONVINCE to explore what happens to cost, duplication and relevance of content coverage when different content bundles are combined.
Jinfo has teamed with Acquire Media to offer a free evaluation session using CONVINCE to explore what happens to cost, duplication and relevance of content coverage when different content bundles are combined.
The offer includes a short consultation with Acquire Media to get the information needed to produce a customised CONVINCE content optimisation report. There is no charge for this service. To take up the offer, log on at: http://info.acquiremedia.com/convince-consultation-jinfo
The right sources aren't always the most expensive
The company behind the NewsEdge news aggregation and delivery tool, Acquire Media provides syndication and delivery services to corporate, financial services and publishers including The New York Times Syndicate, Dow Jones, and PR Newswire. The company's CONVINCE tool enables information managers to explore the services they use and can drive efficiency by reducing duplication of content.
For a full overview Jinfo Subscribers can log in to Robin Neidorf's article "Content efficiency for current awareness - a data science approach". Robin argues that CONVINCE can prove the point that less is more - making sure you have the right licensed sources is more important than having lots of different sources at your disposal.
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CONVINCE can assemble different bundles; calculate annual licensing fees for each bundle and run any sample queries provided by an information manager.
Why not take up Jinfo and Acquire Media's offer of a free consultation and evaluation to see how CONVINCE could help you to be more efficient with content management. To do, so log on at: http://info.acquiremedia.com/convince-consultation-jinfo
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