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Elsevier and InfoDesk collaborate to co-develop federated drug pipeline intelligence solution
Date:6/7/2010

New York, 7 June 2010 Elsevier, a world-leading healthcare and scientific publisher, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Tarrytown, New York based InfoDesk to co-develop a federated drug pipeline intelligence solution for pharmaceutical and life science companies. The combination of Elsevier's business intelligence expertise and InfoDesk's technological know-how paves the way for the development of a powerful search and delivery tool that will increase productivity and improve the quality of results, securely inside or outside of a customer's firewall.

"We chose InfoDesk as our partner because they are content neutral and excellent at supporting many diverse publishers, an essential capability given our goal of developing a tool that can search multiple content sources. They know how to take large feeds of data to help their clients deliver information to their users," explains Gerry Stoia, President of Elsevier Business Intelligence. "We're the content experts and they're the technology experts so it makes for a good marriage. We're in this together and we're very excited about working with the InfoDesk team."

In a competitive market where 'go, no go' decisions have enormous financial implications, accurate, reliable data is mission critical. Building on the sophisticated synonym index developed as part of the Universal Integrator project initiated by Elsevier in 2007, InfoDesk will apply their knowledge and experience to develop the new search tool. They anticipate the first release will be available in the second half of 2010.

"We've noticed our pharmaceutical customers are frustrated with the way drug pipeline data is presented," observes Sterling Stites, President and CEO of InfoDesk. "There are many robust databases on the market, but with the possible exception of a few information specialists, nobody actually likes the process of using databases. Consequently, database usage stats are often disappointing
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Contact: Sean Smith
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202-365-6832
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