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IET partners with Molecular Connections for developing INSPEC Analytics

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The Institute of Engineering and Technology (The IET) has chosen Molecular Connections as its preferred partner to offer strategic insights and direction to support the development of its INSPEC database. The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with more than 168,000 members in 150 countries. 

INSPEC Analytics builds on INSPEC’s A&I discovery service and, with the application of semantic tagging and AI to INSPEC’s vast and highly curated data repository, creates a decision support tool to use big data technologies and enable users to make informed decisions.

Stephen Hawthorne, director of knowledge at IET, commented: 'We chose Molecular Connections for the current project for its expertise in rapid prototyping and large-scale data visualisation. The organisation has a proven track record in managing large data sets and has an excellent understanding of content from a domain perspective. We have been impressed by how quickly Molecular Connections has been able to grasp our requirements and deliver a solution to our specifications. We look forward to continuing our partnership as INSPEC Analytics evolves.'

Jignesh Bhate, CEO of Molecular Connections, added: 'Our thorough understanding of IET’s content and its customer needs makes Molecular Connections the preferred partner to provide strategic insights in modelling & developing INSPEC Analytics. We are privileged to work with IET in redefining the A&I industry together.'

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