Dialog Accepts Transfer of Thomson Intelligence Data, Seeks Applicants for Summit Scholarships

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Dialog Accepts Transfer of Thomson Intelligence Data, Seeks Applicants for Summit Scholarships


Dialog Corp. has announced that it has accepted the transfer of the Thomson Intelligence Data business. Formerly managed by Thomson's Financial group, Intelligence Data expands Dialog's reach further into the corporate marketplace's strategic intelligence, competitive intelligence, and marketing departments. Dialog has also announced that it is seeking applicants from North America for the first of its Roger K. Summit Scholarships.

Intelligence Data

The Intelligence Data product line includes IntraScope; InSite; First Call's morning meeting note content; and Intelliscope, the flagship product featuring Investext's broker research. IntraScope offers this content directly to business intranets while InSite delivers Gale Group (also a Thomson business) trade journals and company profile data.

"The Intelligence Data business is complementary to Dialog, and its addition to the Dialog portfolio supports our goal to provide the broadest and most powerful e-information solutions to our customers worldwide," said Dialog president and CEO Roy M. Martin Jr. "It enhances the array of content, products, and services solutions we are able to offer our customers, much like the 2001 addition of NewsEdge business and products to Dialog's portfolio.

"Dialog and NewsEdge are well-established with market-leading positions in the corporate sector," he said. "Combining Intelligence Data's expertise with that of Dialog and NewsEdge will more strategically position the combined organization to serve the corporate market space globally."

All Intelligence Data employees, the majority of whom are based in Boston, will remain with the organization. The rest of the staff operates in offices in San Francisco and throughout Europe.

Summit Scholarships

Dialog said it will award a $5,000 scholarship to a North American graduate student enrolled in an accredited library or information science program. The presentation will be made in June at the SLA annual conference in Los Angeles. Later this year, the company will be accepting applications for two additional scholarships for students attending programs in Europe and in Australia and New Zealand. …

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