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Suppliers have made great progress in developing their technology over recent years but there are still significant challenges for users and buyers within organisations when faced with creating successful solutions for integrating content. A recent Jinfo webinar explored some of the issues involved and guest panel speakers from Northern Light and Comintelli shared their experiences on some of the challenges they've encountered when implementing content solutions and highlights some of the obstacles information professionals are likely to face.
Find out what this year's research into purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK reveals around defining product value, how content and technology facets are rated, and what additional features or services law firm buyers would want to see in their key products.
Read this year's research on purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK. Find out who's involved in budget setting, product approval, contract negotiation and more.
Now in the eighth iteration of research into purchasing trends and preferences in the UK legal market, this year's results reflect the changes that digital and online sources and trends towards automation are having on the industry. This report: Introduces the findings Reports on...
Setting aside time for strategic planning when projects demand all of your time is challenging. In a recent Jinfo Community session, participants looked at how integrating strategy discussions into stakeholder and team member meetings can help you discover which workflows, products, and services need to be developed or discontinued to align with your future goals, as well as some practical next steps you can follow.
Benchmarking and measuring your information service against others is essential in order to move forwards and progress. The second year of Jinfo's unique benchmarking research examines the key facets which can transform information centres from transactional to strategic and...
This report covers seven of the leading enquiry management tools specifically designed for information services: BLUEcloud LSP from SirsiDynix Enquire from Bailey Solutions Liberty from Softlink LibLime Koha Quest RefTracker from Altarama Soutron LMS. The report...
Comparing our information services to others and looking at how we might improve or alter our services, structure and measures of value are at the heart of our Research Focus, "Benchmark information roles - Jinfo models of excellence". This article highlights some of the articles, interviews, models, webinars and Community sessions within the Research Focus and which organisations can use as fuel for innovation.
In her latest article, Clare Painter, Jinfo's copyright expert, talks about the implications of using "free" online material and how you can identify whether it is protected by copyright. She covers not only textual material and quotations but images, video and TV clips as well as social media and blogs. She also offers some practical steps you can follow to ensure you're not breaching copyright.
InferLink is an R&D company that develops technologies for aggregating, integrating and analysing information from multiple sources. Jinfo recently spoke to Dr Steven Minton, co-founder and president of the company, to find out more about what they do and about its spinoff companies, Evid Science, Cytenna, and Innotrieve. We find out about its unique research and innovation initiatives using AI and statistical inference methods and how information professionals can make the best use of InferLink's products.
Thomson Reuters is a global leader in the provision of legal, business and financial solutions to those in a range of industries. Open Calais uses open source NLP and machine learning algorithms that have been trained using Thomson Reuters' curated content that supports people, places, companies, facts, topics and events. Jinfo recently caught up with Ofer Harari, product expert and engagement manager for Intelligent Tagging at Open Calais to find out more about the product and its underlying technology, which uses natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning algorithms. We also highlight some use-cases and see how it can add value.
As part of Jinfo's Research Focus, "Benchmark information roles - optimise your structure" , we conducted a survey plus in-depth interviews to document how information expertise is applied in different organisations, regardless of the industry, size of the team, or presence of a formal...
Many information professionals struggle to get their project implemented and in this article Martin Murtland explains the product development process and how you can effectively sell your project. He gives an overview of the software development methodologies and some of the drawbacks as well as some practical steps you can take to ensure success.
In the final part of Jinfo's benchmarking research, director of research, Robin Neidorf, analyses how the most successful information teams actively manage and develop their strategy, measurement metrics and budget. She reports on areas such as frequency of strategy updates, measurement of staff time on various activities, use of workflow and other efficiency tools, and breakdown of budget for content licensing.
Despite digital advancements in recent years, there are still very few platforms available that help research or information teams manage their work. Whilst project management tools and intranets have proved to be of some value in supplementing the workflow of research, they require a great deal of time and experimentation to establish. This is where Researchstream, a new web-based collaborative platform from Evalueserve comes into its own. Read Jinfo's product walkthrough to find out how it can help with the challenge of managing a busy research service.
This Jinfo maturity model for value-based operations runs through five facets of a value-based information service and helps you identify where you are in terms of stakeholder relations, and data and processes. Produced by Robin Neidorf
In the third part of Jinfo's benchmarking research we report on questions around how the information team interacts with the business, including customer base, how they work with other departments, comparison of key customer groups by industry, and descriptions of services offered.
Constant change is a fact of life in the information profession today and the pace of change is not slowing down. In a recent webinar, Jinfo's director of research, Robin Neidorf, discussed how team leaders can not only survive, but thrive, at a time when strategy, services and operations are all evolving. She described a structure used by many successful information teams to think about everyday tasks, and three factors that are critical to success in a fast-changing environment.
In the second part of Jinfo's benchmarking research exploring information roles and services, we look at where information expertise lies within an organisation, what the options are for reporting lines and operational structures, and consider the range of services an information team provides, as well as team size. The data will help information teams conduct an initial check against other teams in their industries and highlight how an individual team is resourced in relation to its peers.
There is a growing interest in digital literacy in the workplace to help drive digital transformation. In this article Steve Bynghall looks at what this entails and what opportunities this provides for information professionals to add value and how they should contribute to initiatives and efforts around this subject.
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