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Jinfo Newsletter 504

11th October

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Robin NeidorfConsider for a minute: what are the odds that your organisation's needs and your stakeholders' expectations around current awareness will be the same in three years as they are today? How similar are they, even, to last year at this time?

That's why, when we kick off our coverage of news and current awareness every October we always find something new and important to share.

You can explore fresh insights on technology, sources and trends now by requesting your free copyof the Insights and Actions report for our new Research Focus, "Intelligence systems - beyond awareness to action".

The entire current awareness landscape is shifting: emerging technology, changing user patterns, new security requirements, increasing demands on your and your team's time. Stay on top of it now, make your necessary course corrections and be prepared to meet that future.

When you request the report (if you have a current Jinfo Subscription, download it now), you'll get our three top insights along with a thematic index to all the articles, reports, reviews and market landscapes in that Research Focus.

Then join us for the webinars and Community sessions taking place through October to December to learn more about what these insights mean for you.

Want to discuss your situation in greater detail? We've helped many information teams rethink their approach to current awareness. Let us help you. Start the conversation today.

Robin Neidorf
Director of Research and Head of Consulting

You can't just keep doing what you're doing for current awareness
and assume it will work 3, 5 or 10 years in the future

The current awareness landscape is shifting, with new technology, new security needs and new user expectations.

Find out how Jinfo Consulting workshops can help you plan and gain clarity on areas including:

  • Future-proofing your information service
  • Managing your content portfolio effectively
  • Increasing productivity and effectiveness.

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"Intelligence systems - beyond awareness to action"
Our Research Focus for October to December

Read about the Research Focus: Intelligence systems - beyond awareness to actionFor over a decade we've researched developments in news and current awareness. This year our focus is on the shift from current awareness to intelligence systems - those which encompass features such as collaborative elements, taxonomy, dashboards and visualisations.

This Research Focus provides tools, research and the original data you need to evaluate your current awareness provision and plot where you are in the movement towards intelligence systems.

Learn more and request a free copy of the Insights and Actions report »

Jinfo Blog


  • My Favourite Tipples from Jinfo's head of commercial development on 10th October
    My Favourite Tipples are shared by Claire Laybats, who has recently joined the Jinfo team as head of commercial development. She shares some of her preferred sources in areas from leadership to technology.

  • Knowledge360 from Cipher Systems - CI with advanced machine learning on 10th October
    Find out why we reviewed Knowledge360 from Cipher Systems, the SCIP-certified end-to-end competitive intelligence platform solution designed to support market analysis, and what makes it so popular.

  • Jinfo for content purchasing on 5th October
    If you're keen to gain a fresh perspective on managing a content portfolio, read our blog from Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf, where she highlights three use-cases that our recent Community sessions can help solve. She also curates Jinfo's most relevant recent articles, reports and reviews for people responsible for buying content and tools.

  • Subscription picks for September on 5th October
    During September we tackled subjects from benchmarking to the evolution of intelligence systems, Jinfo's Head of Product, Catherine Dhanjal, highlights a must-read article, report, webinar and Community session from that month.

  • PharmaCircle Business Class Elite - from commercial insights to clinical trials on 28th September
    How does PharmaCircle Business Class Elite (BCE) fare for those seeking information on companies in the biopharmaceutical space, with its global coverage of business, research, development, regulatory and formulation science? Get a feel for BCE in this blog about our latest review.

  • Wide Narrow - deceptively simple workflow software on 25th September
    Find out why we reviewed workflow and competitive intelligence tool Wide Narrow and whether it can help increase productivity or speed to insight.

  • Research update - new models for successful information services on 20th September
    Find out how Jinfo's models can help you close the gap between today's reality and your desired future for your information centre.

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"Jinfo Consulting was a valued partner and adviser to us as we explored new markets. They understand the needs, pain points and vocabulary of the information professionals who make and influence decisions for our customers and prospects, and they helped us "translate" our features and benefits to the needs of these audiences."
Leigh Walters, Chief Revenue Officer, TRG Screen
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