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Dialog Launches Dialog for Lotus Notes, Offers Fixed-Price Plan for Frost & Sullivan Reports

Magazine article Information Today

Dialog Launches Dialog for Lotus Notes, Offers Fixed-Price Plan for Frost & Sullivan Reports

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The Dialog Corporation has announced that it has launched Dialog for Lotus Notes, an option for information delivery to corporate desktops. In a separate release, the company announced fixed-price packages of Frost & Sullivan market research.

Dialog for Lotus Notes

Dialog for Lotus Notes integrates key information from Dialog's content collection into companies' existing information environments. The latest offering in the company's suite of enterprise solutions, Dialog for Lotus Notes brings current awareness (Dialog Alert) data and search output from key DIALOG files emphasizing pharmaceutical and intellectual property content to corporate Lotus Notes databases.

Users can search from several thousand sources, with more scheduled to be added in future releases. No additional software is required, and the databases can be installed simply by downloading them from the Dialog Web site and product page at Existing customers do not incur setup or software costs, and pricing is based on the standard Dialog search, Alert, and e-mail delivery pricing plan.

"Dialog for Lotus Notes gives companies a clear competitive advantage by making it easier to keep employees informed of the latest competitor, product, market, and technological news and information," said Jason Molle, executive vice president for the North American operations of The Dialog Corporation. It is therefore an indispensable enterprise solution for Global 2000 companies whose success is dependent on timely and efficient distribution of mission-critical information.

Frost & Sullivan Market Research

The Frost & Sullivan packages are available exclusively to users of the Profound online business intelligence service. Depending on the volume of Frost & Sullivan research purchased, users may benefit from discounts of between 27 percent and 50 percent. The deal applies to both standard Frost & Sullivan market research reports and the Market Engineering Series, which has an entirely new format and contains almost three times the market measures and analysis available in traditional Frost & Sullivan research reports, according to the announcement. …

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