Nerac.com to deliver newswire feed twice daily

May 05, 2004

Nerac, a leading information provider for researchers in science and technology, has recently inked a deal with ProQuest Information and Learning to offer a custom-built database of eight international news feeds through one resource. Offered as Newswire Feed, Nerac clients can receive business news information two times per day from around the world.

With Newswire Feed, Nerac clients receive daily coverage of business news from the following publishing sources: US Newswire, PR Newswire, Businesswire, Canada Newswire, Jiji Press English News Service (Japan), Xinhua News Agency (Asia), Access Czech Republic Business Bulletin and Info-Prod Research (Middle East).

Custom built for Nerac, the Newswire Feed database provides coverage of business news from around the world. The feeds from international sources will help clients uncover today's global information before it becomes yesterday's news.

"Through Newspaper Abstracts, ProQuest always delivered a top-notch product. Now with Newswire Feed, Nerac can offer a custom-built resource for our clients that is business targeted and provides international coverage. Processed from a continuous feed, this new resource allows us to deliver the most current updates possible to our clients," said Nerac's President Kevin Bouley.

Newswire Feed's eight sources are each delivered as a continuous feed to Nerac. This data is then processed twice daily for delivery to clients at 7AM and 1PM (US Eastern Time). In conjunction with Newswire Feed, Nerac also offers four other ProQuest databases: ABI/INFORM®, ABI/INFORM DatelineTM, Dissertation Abstracts and ProQuest Newspaper Abstracts.
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About Nerac
For nearly four decades, Nerac has been delivering customized technical information to companies that conduct research and development in all industries. With a powerful search engine and access to nearly every journal article and conference paper published in the last 37 years, Nerac's Information Specialists bring human intelligence to the search process and work one-on-one with clients to retrieve information from international engineering, scientific, patent and business resources. Based in Tolland, Connecticut, Nerac provides information services globally via the web at http://www.nerac.com>. Contact: Suzi Craig-Edwards, Nerac.com, 860-872-7000.

About ProQuest Information and Learning
ProQuest Information and Learning is a world leader in collecting, organizing, and publishing information worldwide for researchers, faculty, and students in libraries and schools. Known widely for its strength in business and economics, general reference, humanities, social sciences, and STM content, the company develops premium databases comprising periodicals, newspapers, dissertations, out-of-print books, and other scholarly information from more than 8,500 publishers worldwide. Users access the information through the ProQuest® Web-based online information system, Chadwyck-HealeyTM electronic and microform resources, UMI® microform and print reference products, eLibraryTM and SIRS® educational resources, and XanEduTM online faculty and student resources. For more information about ProQuest Information and Learning, visit http://www.il.proquest.com.

Nerac, Inc.

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