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Springer-Verlag, Infotrieve Announce Agreement

Springer-Verlag, a scientific publisher (http://www.springer-ny.com), has established an agreement with Infotrieve, a provider of document delivery and Web research services, to distribute articles published in its journals. Additionally, Springer-Verlag will provide a license to Infotrieve for inclusion of its citation and abstract data in Infotrieve's Article Finder, a free current-awareness database.

According to the announcement, the alliance with Springer-Verlag furthers Infotrieve's aggressive strategy of signing content-distribution agreements directly with leading publishers worldwide. Infotrieve currently works with hundreds of publishers and expects to add many more in upcoming months.

Jan Peterson, Infotrieve vice president of content development, said: "Infotrieve promotes a revolutionary, free-to-search database of citations and abstracts which provides a win-win situation for both the searcher and the publisher. We offer an extremely large universe of end-users and greater exposure for essential content from Springer-Verlag and our many other publishing partners."

Article requesters supply initial bibliographic information to Infotrieve via the Web (http://www.infotrieve.com), fax, phone, mail, or other sources. Fulfilled articles are sent back to users by mail, courier, or fax. Document orders can also be placed through Article Finder.

Source: Infotrieve



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