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ProQuest joins CSA

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Cambridge Information Group (CIG) has acquired ProQuest Information and Learning, which it will combine with its CSA subsidiary. The new, privately-held company will be called ProQuest-CSA.

ProQuest-CSA will provide information resources to a combined customer base of more than 30,000 institutional customers and their users.

CIG president Andrew M. Snyder said, ‘We are excited to welcome the employees and customers of ProQuest Information and Learning. ProQuest-CSA will continue to serve its existing customers and users, and will begin pursuing a combined vision of offering an unparalleled information resource to the community of libraries, researchers, faculty and students.’

Marty Kahn will join ProQuest-CSA as the new CEO. Kahn was the former chairman of business and financial information aggregator OneSource Information Services and before that he served as chairman of Ovid Technologies. The president of the new company is Matt Dunie, who previously served as president of CSA.