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Infotrieve maintains the Canadian connection

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Infotrieve is to extend its current partnership with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) to exclusively provide information delivery and library services to the Canadian and international research communities for an additional two years.

Through the relationship, Infotrieve will continue to provide services for NRC, including both library management, and content access via the award winning Mobile Library technology platform.

Mobile Library offers cloud-based access and management of the organisation’s information assets, while simultaneously supporting content usage under Canadian copyright legislation via its rights management engine.

Infotrieve will also continue to leverage the Canadian national science library collection – comprised of more than 56,300 serial titles, 836,000 books and conference proceedings, plus two million technical reports and indexed journals – in managing the world’s largest collection of published STM research, with more than 60 million citations. The collaboration now includes information delivery to more than 25 Canadian federal government departments.
'We are proud of the unique public-private partnership we've been able to form with NRC over the past five years,' said Ken Benvenuto, president and chief executive officer of Infotrieve. 'We look forward to continuing to cost-effectively provide scientific researchers and knowledge workers across Canada with access to the wealth of information they need to drive cutting-edge advancements.'