New Providence, NJ – February 7, 2012 - This has been a year in the making, so we hope you’ll look around a bit and find some of the new features. We hope this new site connects you more easily with the information and communication tools you are looking for.
Plenty of thought and feedback went into creating this new design. We took your comments into account, so please let us know if there’s anything else you’d like to see here. Some other changes to the page include:
- All Bowker products and services are now in one location. Make the most of your Bowker products by easily accessing information about our Library Services, Identifier Services, Publishing Workflow Solutions, and Data Licensing Services.
- The new navigation allows you multiple starting points, so you can find information by market segment, or link directly to products or services. We’ve also improved the search engine, so you can type in a keyword and find articles about the product.
- Keep up on publishing industry news as well, with our press releases and other highlights in the constantly changing press section. There, you will find information on upcoming webinars, new product releases, announcements and events.
Please report problems, ask questions, or leave us comments, as we will be constantly evolving the site to make it a regular resource for you.
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