Computer Review Launches New and Expanded 2014 Database Tracking Digital Economy Opportunities

Computer Review now includes an 850-page, 2-volume Selection Chart indexing 30,000 companies and technologies in 120 countries.

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Computer Review Knowledge EconomyMarket Technology Database and Index
Computer Review 2014 expands to 850 pages jam packed with brilliantly indexed information.

Gloucester, MA (PRWEB) January 22, 2014

Computer Review, the comprehensive, one-stop resource of the knowledge economy, today launched the new 2014 edition of The Knowledge Economy Market and Technology Database. The new product is now much bigger, incorporates a new user-friendly Selection Chart and engages over 30,000 companies tracked throughout 120 countries. “The service and book have been expanded and vastly improved,” a representative said. “We also offer information throughout social media sites for those on the go.

Computer Review now supplies the most crucial, up-to-date information database available online, covering today’s vital fields of interest, including communications, digital media, biotechnology, energy, the Internet and more. Today, their customer list includes universities, business and government libraries, and company marketing teams.

“Our new print product is now two volumes up from one book, over 850 pages, up from approximately 550”, the representative said. It allows users to easily identify companies and their sectors with our new incorporated selection chart.”

The new, improved database provides comprehensive information in rapidly growing markets and follows the groups and individuals that are important in their field. Computer Review monitors companies and countries in multiple sectors, including medical and health care, science parks, digital currency, online social networking and much more.

The new, expanded database supplies more corporate news stories, blogs and original source documents: Information from exciting fields like electronic payment processing, digital imaging and video, knowledge management, wireless applications, security, Internet search engines, electronic publishing, satellite technology and many more. Computer Review offers in-depth information about superior innovations, technical achievements, knowledge advances, product inventions and must-see marketplace news.

The new Technology Database launch offers the opportunity for individuals and institutions to combine their knowledge with up-to-the-minute advances to realize even greater profits. With this information, they can expand their businesses or pursue start-up opportunities that were unheard of yesterday. The new and innovative index and Create, the Computer Review Smartphone application, keeps people ahead of advances and changes in the marketplace that occur every day in the global knowledge economy.

The information found in the Computer Review’s Knowledge Economy Market and Technology Database supplies corporate announcements that are indispensable in developing sales leads. It uncovers vital company profiles with full contact information, knowledge that has proved to be tremendous for tracking and promoting products. Executive information and news about management teams provides valuable information on job trends and exciting career prospects. The new, expanded database supplies company job listings, blogs about the market changes and insights form insiders. It also offers world-monitoring capabilities helpful in watching international businesses develop.

About Computer Review
To save people even more time and money, Computer Review updates their new and expanded database continuously. Computer Review’s vastly improved index reflects the latest knowledge economy shifts and presents the information in a convenient and easy to use format. Computer Review monitors and tracks more private and public companies than ever before. It features ActiveTrak™, a unique intelligent service that uses smart-bots technology in their monitoring efforts. With the new, expanded database, Computer Review monitors more public and private companies at one time in real time than ever before.


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