Free Webinar: Better Decisions Faster with Single Source Reference

Engineers, scientists, researchers and other technical professionals need quick, easy access to comprehensive reference content to accelerate their research and problem-solving. Typically, however, they must consult more than a dozen data sources to get the information they need to address each engineering challenge.

The good news is that today a new breed of technical knowledge-management solutions is available to help these professionals brain mechanismsignificantly accelerate problem-solving by reducing the amount of time they spend searching for information.

Attend this complimentary 45-minute webcast to learn how you can help your technical staff make better decisions faster by providing single-point access to an extensive library of technical reference content, combined with patented question-answer search technology and powerful problem-solving tools. By empowering engineers, scientists and researchers with the knowledge they require to make better decisions faster, you can help your organization accelerate design cycles, reduce costs, and lower risks. 

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 When: Tuesday, 3 June, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT (04:30 p.m. – 05:30 p.m.  UTC)
Cost: Free to SLA Members. Not a member? Join today!
Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/694730977

Sponsored by: IHS

Speakers:

Raj Radhakrishnan, Sr. Product Manager, Product Design, IHS
Andy Reese, Sr. Manager, Product Design, IHS

This SLA PartnerTalk is free for SLA members thanks to our sponsor, IHS.

This SLA PartnerTalk is free for SLA members thanks to our sponsor, IHS.

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