Microsearch Announces Mobile Device Optimization Features for its Hosted Search and Retrieval Services

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Serving electronic document publishers for over 15 years, Microsearch continues to provide hosted electronic document search & retrieval services, now featuring Mobile Device Optimization helping Mobile Users save time and money.

Mobile users save time and money by extracting just the pages they want from long documents. No waiting, no bandwidth issues."

Microsearch has announced new optimization features to benefit online publishers of electronic documents who want to appeal to mobile device users. These new features make finding and viewing information in long documents faster, easier and cheaper for mobile device users.

"Owners of research content, with documents hundreds of pages long, have a new resource to increase the value of their content," says Chuck Kelly, Microsearch's CEO. "As more and more users across the internet want to access their information on mobile devices - laptops, smart phones, tablets - owners of content want to increase the value of their content by making it fast and easy to access on mobile devices.

As most mobile device users know, some mobile devices simply will not accept long documents when the device is in wireless mode. And when they do, download times can feel long for the user, and bandwidth use can be expensive. Our new Publishers Services are totally optimized for mobile device users, saving time and money.

Our new document search & retrieval optimizations are compatible with all contemporary wireless devices, as well as wired computers. Users can set their own device download preferences on the go. Users download exactly as much of a long document as they want, saving time and costly bandwidth when in wireless mode. Our retrieval process automatically extracts just as many pages of the long document as the user wants."

Founded in 1996 in Boston, Microsearch provides secure search & retrieval services to electronic document publishers such as associations and research organizations, and open and public search and retrieval services to organizations such as libraries and government agencies.

"Our private publisher services use a highly secure web portal allowing only authenticated users,“ Kelly says, "while our publishing service for public libraries features open and user friendly access. Our private services protect Publisher’s rights and allow full subscription management, while our public publishing service gives libraries and governments the ability to present very large collections of very long documents to the public.”

Microsearch is now scheduling free demos of its new Publisher support services. Publishers can see how their long documents perform on mobile devices in wireless mode.

“Research organizations who do not sell access to their content, but simply want to provide their organizations a richer access experience, enjoy additional new features. For instance, we now offer a sticky note feature, so that researchers can add information to the page content on their screen, and the note will be there when they return to the pages. Sticky notes can be either public or private. And our image-over-text document presentation guarantees that even if the OCR process that produced the document information lost something in the process, the image is a perfect replica of the original. Nothing is lost.”

For more information, or to schedule your own demo, contact Chuck by email, or call him directly at 781-231-9994.

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