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Nstein Provides Taxonomy Builder for ASP Licensing

Nstein Technologies, Inc. (, a provider of software solutions to the e-publishing industry, has announced a software licensing sale that will allow small and medium-sized e-publishing enterprises to automatically index documents using Nstein's Computer-Aided Indexing (CAI) tools. MEI, a California company that provides services and software development to publishers, has purchased a software license for Nstein's Nserver Suite and Taxonomy Builder, a new product that MEI will use to custom-build taxonomies for its customer base. Taxonomy Builder is available to other third-party service providers in the e-publishing industry, as well as to Nstein's customers and prospects in the e-publishing, government, and corporate spaces.

"This agreement will expose our high-performance, automated indexing tools to e-publishers that to date have not had the document volumes to justify purchasing their own licenses," said Randall Marcinko, president of Nstein. "Through an ASP (application service provider) like MEI, smaller e-publishers can now receive the high-quality, high-precision indexing that in the past were only available to larger organizations. This lets customers use Computer-Aided Indexing within a ‘pay-as-you-go' business model, removing the barrier of initial capital expenditures, and allowing Nstein to serve the entire spectrum of e-publishers."

Marcinko was the founder and former owner of Marcinko Enterprises, Inc., now known as MEI. The company was sold to former partner and now president Bob Nelson.

Source: Nstein Technologies, Inc.

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