Learn to Deliver Easy-to-Consume, Customized Information Solutions at SLA 2014!

In today’s fast-paced global economy, clients value information that is not only easy to access, but also easy to consume.

To help boost your ability to deliver customized, easy-to-consume research solutions, we invite you to attend Developing Technology-Enabled Custom Research Solutions, scheduled for Sunday, 8 June, at 1:30 p.m.

In this Hot Topic Session presented by Evalueserve, Patrick Tobin and Itty Gupta will be sharing examples of how to set up DIY research portals that not only allow easy access to the right information, but also offer customizable data elements based on a wide variety of user preferences.

For a new, actionable approach to delivering best in-class information solutions, don’t miss Developing Technology-Enabled Custom Research Solutions at SLA 2014 Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO, and be sure to mark your interest in the SLA 2014 Online Planner!

About the Sponsor:

Evalueserve is a global specialist in knowledge processes with a team of more than 2,700 professionals worldwide. As a trusted partner, Evalueserve analyzes, improves and executes knowledge-intensive processes and leverages its proprietary technology to increase efficiency and effectiveness. We have dedicated on-site teams and scalable global knowledge centers in Chile, China, India, Romania, the UAE, and the US, which provide multi-time zone and multi-lingual services.

Evalueserve’s knowledge solutions include customized research and analytics services for leading-edge companies worldwide. By partnering with us, clients benefit from higher productivity, improved quality, and freed-up management time. We provide our clients with better access to knowledge and information across all parts of their organization, thereby adding to their capabilities. To learn more, visit http://www.evalueserve.com/.

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