November 3, 2015
Thomson Reuters ProView™ eReader Integrates with ResearchMonitor from Priory Solutions
NEW YORK – Busy information professionals can now have a better user experience with improved password management for their eLibraries. Thomson Reuters ProView, the leading professional eReader platform, now integrates with ResearchMonitor, Priory Solutions’ leading online resource management software that helps information departments improve management of legal research materials.
The integration of ProView with ResearchMonitor streamlines password management, providing more efficient and secure eLibrary access. Users can use a single log-in to access both their ProView eLibrary content, as well as a host of other online research materials.
Thomson Reuters ProView is the first eReader platform specifically built for professional use, with advanced features such as full-text search, secured notes and highlights, and content updating.
“The integration of ProView and ResearchMonitor improves users’ workflow while enhancing online security,” said Helen Elardo, vice president and global head of ProView, Thomson Reuters. “A single log-in can now open a wide range of library research content, placing needed information at a user’s fingertips. This further enhances the versatility of the ProView platform in providing vital information when a user needs it, anywhere, anytime.”
“Integrating ResearchMonitor with the ProView platform improves access to online resources for our shared customers,” said Devin GawneMark, Client Services Director, Priory Solutions. “It facilitates legal research by reducing barriers to information access through smart account and password management. And it enhances library management and security by streamlining access to custom firm-branded library content alongside ProView eLibrary content.”
Thomson Reuters ProView is a first-of-its-kind, professional-grade eBook platform for specialized Thomson Reuters content and productivity tools, including popular legal reference books in the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile, from the Legal business of Thomson Reuters, Sweet & Maxwell, Sweet & Maxwell Asia, Carswell®, Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, Thomson Reuters La Ley, Editora Revista dos Tribunais, Abeledo Perrot, Legal Publishing Chile and Thomson Reuters Legal, Tax & Accounting ANZ. There are also leading reference books from the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. ProView received a top honor at the 2014 British Legal Awards.
In the U.S., ProView currently offers more than 1,000 legal eBooks covering state and federal court rules, statutes, treatises, and more, as well as tax and accounting titles. An additional 200 U.S. titles are scheduled to be added by the end of 2015.
Thomson Reuters ProView is available for iPad® users at the Apple® App Storesm, Android™ tablet users at Google Play™ and the Amazon Appstore for Android, and for Windows® and Mac® users at https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/.
Information on ProView can be found at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/, in Spanish at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/es.html; in Portuguese at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/pt.html; and in French at: https://info.proview.thomsonreuters.com/fr.html.
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