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Elsevier acquires life-sciences content-management business

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Elsevier has bought QUOSA, a content management and workflow productivity solutions provider for researchers and information managers.

QUOSA’s current solutions and platform, including its Information Manager and Virtual Library, will continue to be supported, says Elsevier. In addition, QUOSA’s technological capabilities will be developed into Elsevier-branded solutions, which is expected to raise the efficiency of the search and discovery process. They should also allow researchers and information professionals to manage information more efficiently at the various stages of the research workflow including organizing, archiving and sharing. 

Elsevier and QUOSA have collaborated since 2007 when the QUOSA’s PDF Download Manager was incorporated into SciVerse Scopus.