When the Software & Information Industry Association named the winners of its 2014 CODiE Awards on 30 January, patent powerhouse Innography walked away with two of the coveted trophies.
Named both Best Legal Information Solution and Best Service Using Aggregated Content, the seven-year-old company found its flagship product a finalist in three CODiE categories. Continue reading
Patent powerhouse Innography has been named winner of the 2014 CODiE Award for Best Legal Information Solution by the Software & Information Industry Association. You can read more about the CODiE Awards here.
IBraryGuy’s John DiGilio was an expert reviewer for this year’s awards. You can read about his experiences and the products he reviewed on FreePint here. You must be a FreePint subscriber to access the full articles. Continue reading
Lexis Advance has been named the winner of the 2013 SIIA CODie Award for Best Legal Information Solution. Rising above some stiff competition, the company’s new single search platform was chosen for its “intuitive, visual interface, sophisticated browse-functionality and pre- and post-search filters so that users of all experience levels can easily personalize, analyze and manage their research.”
Earlier this year, iBraryGuy editor John DiGilio was invited by the good folks at FreePint to write a mini-review of the product. Accoding to the FreePint site,
Our reviewer, John DiGilio, calls it, “arguably the most inspired product the company has released since the launch of its original flagship system”. He’s a particular fan of the simplified yet powerful search, topic summaries and straightforward pricing. This new platform for serving up Lexis’ deep and wide legal content deserves a closer look (and FreePint intends to commission a more detailed report later in 2013).
FreePint subscribers can read the full mini-review here. If you are not reading FreePint, check them out today!
iBraryGuy is proud to have served as guest editor and curator of FreePint’s latest report, “Enterprise Collaboration”. The folio consists of a series of four insightful articles from the company’s vast archives. Featuring stand-out works from industry luminaries such as Stuart Barr, Andrew Rieder, Connie Crosby, Joanna Ptolomey and Lauren Currie, as well as editorial remarks and additional resources from iBraryGuy editor, John DiGilio, the report is available for purchase from FreePint.com. Based in the U.K., FreePint publishes practical articles and reports about information practice, content and strategy. If you have not seen their product line, it is definitely worth a look.
Here is an excerpt from DiGilio’s introduction to the July report:
“From coworking to crowdsourcing, collaboration in its many forms and degrees continues to shape and, in some senses, even redefine the way we work. The old adage of two heads being better than one has given way to the even grander concept of something taking a whole village…”
Check it out today!