We created a product that is flexible to an enterprise’s needs. Repositories can integrate with the Pubget PaperStore, powered by Reprints Desk, and provides the choice of a centrally managed repository or one that researchers can contribute to.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 24, 2011
Pubget Inc, the search engine for life science pdfs, announced today the availability of its newest search solution, Pubget Repositories. Repositories is the first federated search solution for online and locally stored content, and is built specifically for how life scientists work. This saves corporate R&D departments money and increases the speed of discoveries. It's also the first solution for locally stored content that uses Pubget's patent-pending Path Engine.
The Pubget Path Engine brings together full text access to subscription, open access and local papers in one search platform. This provides R&D departments a copyright-compliant outlet for easily searching and discovering accessible content.
According to Pubget, Repositories will save life science corporations money by eliminating unnecessary document deliver orders for papers they can redistribute. Pubget's figures show that enterprises can save about 20 percent on their document delivery budgets. In addition, this simpler process will save time and administrative work for both researchers and librarians.
The patent-pending Pubget Path Engine, which enables instantaneous location of all accessible documents through federated search, increases productivity of R&D departments, through accelerated document discovery. With Repositories, researchers can find the documents they need in one-step and browse related documents at the same time. Pubget said this provides researchers with more time for working on science, and less time searching for it.
"We've invested hundreds of hours of development time to extend Pubget's Path Engine to locally stored documents," said Ahmed Abdalla, Director of Engineering at Pubget. "This created a product that is flexible to an enterprise's needs. Repositories can integrate with the Pubget PaperStore, powered by Reprints Desk, and provides the choice of a centrally managed repository or one that researchers can contribute to."
Pubget Repositories has been deployed at R&D departments of some of the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. Pubget will soon be announcing the date and time of a webinar, co-sponsored by Reprints Desk and the Copyright Clearance Center, to further educate R&D leaders and information professionals on the benefits of Repositories. To learn more about Repositories, visit: http://corporate.pubget.com/services/premium
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