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The final part of Jinfo's product review of XPansion XMon, a fully managed platform that addresses usage, compliance and data operation challenges faced by financial institutions, looks at the value offered by the product, and the help and training available to users. It also considers the competitor landscape with direct competition from Easyfeed, product development plans, and pricing.
Note: Full review in Subscription Report (PDF)
The third part of Jinfo's product review of XPansion XMon, a fully managed platform that addresses usage, compliance and data operation challenges faced by financial institutions, looks at the technology used within the platform, in particular the many ways users can connect their data. We also explore the many reports available to enable subscribers to review their consumption of market data across multiple systems as well as the wide range of APIs that are available.
The second part of Jinfo's product review of XPansion XMon, a fully managed platform that addresses usage, compliance and data operation challenges faced by financial institutions, we look at how users can connect any provider of reference financial market data, both internal or external, as well as data contracts.
Xpansion XMon is a fully managed platform that addresses usage, compliance and data operation challenges faced by financial institutions, helping them to manage data from external providers and internal data consumers. In the first part of Jinfo's product review, we take a closer look at the company behind the product as well as typical users and some of its key advantages. We also take a look at anticipated product enhancements and some of the challenges the existing product helps to overcome.
When quoting from other people's copyright material, permission isn't always needed. You can often rely on copyright exceptions which allow you to use short extracts, and in this article we look at some of the situations where you can do this, specifically in relation to text-based "literary" works which are protected by copyright.
RightFind Navigate is a new product in the portfolio of the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) which promises to break down information and data silos within organisations, enabling a more effective generation of insights through personalised user views and by revealing undiscovered connections across different information assets. This mini review looks at the company and product and finds out who uses it and how it's used as well as exploring the competitive environment.
Information professionals are constantly asking how value can be measured but when it comes to licensing external data, this can become an even more arduous task. This article looks at how you can develop data-driven approaches to measuring value and return on investment.
In the final part of our product review of TRG Screen's ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool, we take a look at the help and training that's available within the product, including a detailed and comprehensive overview of videos, articles and webinars. We also highlight its direct competitors, including Onelog from ITS and LookUp Precision from Lucidea, product development plans, and pricing options.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3289
In the third part of our product review of TRG Screen's ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool, we explore the technology in greater detail, including the RMWeb client, the product's web interface, including analytics, resources, the various reports available, contracts and its administrative features.
TRG Screen's ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool, has thousands of sites and resources already built-in and in the second part of our product review, we take a detailed look at the range of sources it manages and how you can find, add, configure and monitor them.
If your organisation subscribes to multiple resources, the need to manage access to them and monitor their usage is essential. One such tool that can do this is ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool. In the first part of our product review, we take a look at the product and its new owner, TRG Screen, as well as some of its key advantages, who its competitors are and what development plans are in the pipeline.
There are many divergent views on how information and data can be used, including the level of ownership, and if users exceed the terms and conditions set by the data supplier it can have serious implications for an organisation. This article looks at common misconceptions in relation to the use of data, the different rules that apply when sourcing it, as well the restricted usage rights that may exist in relation to content. It also offers some practical next steps to ensure compliance with the supplier's guidelines.
Factiva from Dow Jones and Nexis from LexisNexis are the dominant players in the current awareness and intelligence markets, positions they have held for a long time. In this special survey, Jinfo seeks to establish what each product's users like and don't like about the services provided.
Jinfo last reviewed the InfoDesk product suite in September 2017. Two years on, the data services provider has added new features and enhanced the capabilities of existing services. In this must-read mini review, Chris Porter examines the key changes and describes what they mean for customers.
This article looks at auto-summarisation and web scraping technologies, explaining what they are and how they came about, and highlights specific use-cases. We also look at some of the key players in this area, including Moreover, which forms the basis of the LexisNexis news monitoring product, Newsdesk, Ozmosys, M-Brain's Opoint, Wide Narrow, and InfoNgen, as well as a number of free tools that can be used for these tasks.
As part of our survey results looking at customer preferences in relation to news aggregation services and current awareness, we wanted to get a clearer view of how the provision of current awareness is changing and what respondents and their stakeholders want to get out of it. In this final part, we take a closer look at which activities they engage in with regard to the provision of current awareness and intelligence, how they track to measure the reach and value of current awareness, and its perceived importance within the organisation.
In addition to gathering information about how information teams think about current awareness overall, we use our annual survey to gauge satisfaction with primary suppliers. In the third part of our survey results looking at customer preferences in relation to news aggregation services and current awareness, we look at customer satisfaction with primary suppliers of current awareness solutions such as Nexis.com and Dow Jones' Factiva.
In the second part of our survey results looking at customer preferences in relation to news aggregation services and current awareness, we look at which components are part of the provision of current awareness to an organisation and any premium products licensed for current awareness. In addition, we examine no-cost sources used, such as competitor websites and social media, as well as content aggregation platforms.
Jinfo has been surveying its customers about their preferences in relation to news aggregation services and current awareness since 2007 and our latest research brings a fresh perspective to this area. In this first part, we look at some of the organisations who took part in the survey, where and how current awareness and intelligence systems are managed and deployed throughout the organisation, and how much time is taken up with providing this service.
Interest in the adoption of intelligence platforms is growing, with organisations using them to manage multiple content streams and to enable workflow collaboration around the discovery and insights generated from the analysis of the combined datasets. Jinfo takes a look at the use of APIs within intelligent systems and at some of the vendors in this area, along with their offerings.
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