Inforonics Provides Technology and Services for Wiley Catalog

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Inforonics Provides Technology and Services for Wiley Catalog


Hane, Paula J., Information Today


Inforonics, Inc. has announced the launch of John Wiley & Sons' complete General Catalog on the World Wide Web. The new site contains over 11,OOO active titles and includes Quick and Advanced Search options, full subject and series browsing, and links to Wiley publishing news and electronic products.

Inforonics, Inc. is a database, electronic publishing, and Internet delivery services company serving the needs of the information industry, including publishers, associations, libraries, museums, and corporate information centers. Wiley's new Web Catalog uses Inforonics' Blue Sky database technology, which includes a unique tool set for rapid Web-site development.

Inforonics' Web database software delivers fast search results using a set of powerful database processing tools to manage large volumes of content and to provide a variety of searchable, indexed formats. Blue Sky handles complex database structures in a flexible, dynamic architecture, allowing the rapid integration of the latest Internet technologies.

Wiley's titles are searchable by 560 subject terms made accessible via an "exploding" subject navigation bar that allows users to search hierarchical category levels. Users can also search for a product by author, title, ISBN, publication date, and keyword with exact or partial matching. A choice of quick and advanced search options offer Boolean or literal syntax for searching Wiley's 11,000 titles. …

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