Three Publishers Choose NextPage's Professional Publishing Solutions

Dec 06, 2002


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NextPage Inc. has announced that Thomson, Reed Elsevier, and Wolters Kluwer have deployed NextPage solutions. More than 500 professional publishers use NextPage products. Numerous subsidiaries of Thomson, Reed Elsevier, and Wolters Kluwer and other companies use NextPage technology, including ABG Professional Information; Aspen Publishing; BNA; Butterworths Tolley; Carswell; CCH Canadian; Editions du Juris Classeur; Facts & Comparisons; LexisNexis; Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins; Martindale-Hubble; Matthew Bender; Practitioners Publishing Company; RIA; Sheshunoff Information Services; Sweet & Maxwell; Thomson Learning; Warren, Gorham & Lamont; and West Group. With NextPage solutions, publishers hope to increase revenue by enabling users to search for and navigate to the right information quickly, easily, and in the way they want via the Internet, intranet, extranet, DVD, or CD-ROM. This flexibility allows publishers to offer and promote new products, services and business models, and cross-market and cross-sell existing content. Publishers can decrease their production and delivery costs by using NextPage solutions. With one solution from NextPage, publishers edit, manage, assemble, and deliver content to the electronic mediums required. The technology includes integration with editorial processes, versioning, workflow, link validation, and rich content delivery. NextPage publishing solutions have been deployed primarily in the financial services, legal, healthcare, insurance, education and science industries.

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