Swets Blackwell Launches SwetsWise Online Content

Oct 18, 2002

Swets Blackwell, a subscription and information services company, has unveiled a new addition to SwetsWise, its Web-based service launched in 2001 as an eprocurement solution for journals, magazines, and other periodical literature. With the arrival of SwetsWise online content the service is intended to offer users a single platform for both Web-based management of subscriptions and access to electronic journals. SwetsWise online content is a tool for managing electronic information needs. The service offers users a single point of access to content from publishers, including over 12 million searchable references and links to full-text articles available from such publishers as Elsevier Science, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, OECD, Blackwell Publishing, John Wiley, MIT Press, and Springer-Verlag. SwetsWise online content replaces SwetsnetNavigator, the ejournal gateway service that first appeared in 1997. Customers can use such features as pay-per-view, rights management, and statistic reporting, as well as a revamped interface that provides a more user-friendly and intuitive environment.

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