Nstein's primary business partners: Clients
Nstein's clients are primarily business partners. We are proud of the valuable strategic relationships we've forged with some of the world's leading information-rich organizations. See below some of our key clients from various industries.
ALM, an integrated media company, is a leading provider of specialized business news and information, focused primarily on the legal and commercial real estate sectors. ALM serves its customers through the quality of their content, ongoing product innovation, dedication to customer service and a commitment to providing unique insight and analysis across these industries.
American Psychological Association
Founded in 1862, The American Psychological Association (APA) is the largest association of psychologists worldwide. The Washington DC-based association boasts some 150,000 members, making it the largest association of psychologists worldwide. The APA seeks to advance psychology as a science and encourage mental well-being among the general population. The APA produces nearly 675,000 abstracts annually.
The Bonnier Group is one of the oldest and largest privately-held media conglomerates in the world. It operates over 40 special-interest magazines and related multimedia projects. The American division, Bonnier Corporation, was formed in 2007 after purchasing 18 magazines from Time Inc., which was then combined with its existing US publications. Bonnier Corp. employs 1100 people and earns over $350 million in annual revenue.
A pioneer in digital news aggregation, CEDROM SNi compiles tens of thousands of documents daily making it a major player in electronic information distribution. In addition to working with major media and communication groups, CEDROM SNi also works with the Quebec and Canadian governments and a number of publishers to manage and distribute content in digital format.
Chronicle of Higher Education
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the major news service in the United States academic world. Its publishes The Chronicle, a weekly online and print newspapers, and also The Chronicle of Philanthropy, a newspaper for the nonprofit world; The Chronicle Guide to Grants, an electronic database of corporate and foundation grants; and the Web portal Arts & Letters Daily.
Cognos (formerly Cognos Incorporated, now part of IBM) is an Ottawa, Ontario based company which makes business intelligence (BI) and performance management software. Recently, Cognos has been named to the InformationWeek 500, chosen as one of START-IT Magazine's "Hottest Companies of 2006" and won "Best of Information On Demand Showcase" as part of the IBM Information Management Awards.
From Vogue to Vanity Fair, Condé Nast's list of magazine properties boasts some iconic names. From prestige magazines like The New Yorker to avant-garde publications like Wired, Condé Nast has remained at the forefront of specialty-magazine publishing since its founding in 1909. Its holdings include digital-only offerings as well, including Epicurious.com, Reddit.com and Arstechnica.com.
With annual revenues exceeding $17 billion dollars, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is one of the largest Information Technology firms in the world. Employing nearly 100,000 people in over 90 countries worldwide, CSC handles some of the largest contracts in the IT sector. The Institute of Education Sciences (IES), managed by US Department of Education, contracted CSC to develop the Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), a massive digital resource library of education resources and information.
D.C. Thomson & Co
D.C. Thomson & Co, a century-old company, publishes Scottish newspapers The Courier, The Evening Telegraph, and The Sunday Post. Overall, the company produces more than 200 million magazines, newspapers and comics each year. Publishers of some periodicals and magazines, other operations include printing and book publishing. The company, founded and owned by the Thomson family, also holds stakes in other media.
With over two and a half decades of experience covering education, Diverse is the only newsmagazine focusing exclusively on matters of access and opportunity for all in higher education. Launched in 1984, the magazine focuses on the role and issues of African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans in higher education. Their website translates their flagship brand, Diverse, into a digital medium so that advertisers can extend their print messages online and engage and interact with the Diverse audience.
evolve24 is a business analytics and research firm specializing in the measurement of perception, reputation and risk. They analyze traditional and social media to determine its clients' overall information landscape and provide quantitative metrics that let clients measure and report the value of their marketing and communication efforts. They are then able to identify on-going topics and risks that could become issues, or opportunities if approached correctly.
Rivaled only by The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times has been lauded by business people and thinkers alike, with Noam Chomsky going so far as to describe it as "the only paper that tells the truth". The much-respected stalwart, founded in 1888 is read in over 140 countries by over 1.6 million people. Back in 1995, The Financial Times was quick to jump on the online channel, launching FT.com, and it remains one of the few successful subscription-based Websites in the United Kingdom.
Gesca Ltée, a subsidiary company of Power Corporation of Canada, is a pioneer in French language news in Quebec. The company's holdings include seven major French language newspapers, television programming, specialy magazines and books, and the largest Francophone virtual newsroom in North America, cyberpresse.ca.
With a growing archive of over 70 million still images and 30,000 hours of stock footage, Getty Images is easily positioned as one of the largest stock photography houses in the world. The company's website gettyimages.com serves an average of 3.2 billion thumbnails, 7.3 million visits and 4 million unique users in addition to an average of 175 million page views each month. Nearly 100 percent of the company's visual content is delivered digitally.
What began in 1903 as a simple public works journal has since grown into a large information and service provider for the construction and public association industries. With over 200 million euros ($258 million) in annual revenues, over 30 publications, 30 Web sites and many other digital properties, Groupe Moniteur has certainly come a long way since its humble beginnings over a century ago. Groupe Moniteur focuses on three primary services: Publishing, Specialized Services and Analytical Services. Its annual revenues exceed 200M Euros annually.
Hearst Newspapers is part of The Hearst Corporation, one of the largest diversified publishers in the world. Its major interests include 16 daily and 49 weekly newspapers, including the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle and Albany Times Union. Hearst Newspapers traces its history back over a century.
ImpreMedia is the first and foremost provider of Spanish language news and informative content in the United States. Catering primarily to the growing Hispanic market, ImpreMedia's holdings include print, web, mobile and video properties. Thirty-five percent of all Hispanic Americans use at least one of ImpreMedia's 28 distinct products. The www.impre.com portal consolidates the company's holdings and attracts millions of viewers monthly.
Independent News and Media
Independent News & Media plc (INM) is a media organization based in Dublin, Ireland with interests in 22 countries on 4 continents worldwide. The company owns over 200 print titles, more than 130 radio stations, over 100 commercial Web sites and many billboard locations, and is a leading press player in five countries.The group owns a number of national newspapers and regional newspapers in the UK and Ireland.
La Dépêche du Midi
La Dépêche du Midi is a regional daily newspaper published in Toulouse in south-west France, with 17 editions for different areas of the Midi-Pyrénées region. The paper traces its history back to 1870, when it was known as La Dépêche de Toulouse. The paper is the pride of the region and boasts a circulation of roughly 200,000 copies daily.
The Lagardère Group is a large French conglomerate with holdings in the publishing, retail, media, and aerospace sectors. The Lagardère Group traces its history to humble beginnings as a bookstore founded by Louis Hachette in 1826. Hachette went on to found one of France's first entertainment magazines. The rest is, as they say, history. The Lagardère Group has a significant market presence in Europe and North American, with its core market remaining France. Its book publishing brand, Hachette Livre, is the second largest in the world.
Le Nouvel Observateur
Le Nouvel Observateur (often shorten to Le NouvelObs) is a weekly French newsmagazine. It is the most prominent French general information magazine based in Paris in terms of audience and circulation (currently at 538,200). Since 1964, it has covered political, business and economic news. It features extensive coverage of European, Middle Eastern and African political, commercial and cultural issues. Its strongest areas are political and literary matters. It is noted for its in-depth treatment of the main issues of the day. It has been described as "the French intellectuals' parish magazine".
Commonly known as 'Libé', the French daily Libération was founded in 1973 by existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre, and is recognized for its progressive viewpoints. Positioned at the forefront of France's high quality dailies, Libé's website, www.liberation.fr, was France's first newspaper online ? and is one of France's most popular sites, attracting more than 10 million readers each month. Under new management, Libération designed a second generation website that will expand and strengthen the paper's relationship with its audience by offering a vehicle for intellectual discourse which is a key part of its SEO (Search Engine Optimization) strategy for increasing online visibility.
Medecins sans Frontieres
Médecins Sans Frontières, or Doctors Without Borders, is a secular humanitarian-aid non-governmental organization best known for its projects in war-torn regions and developing countries facing endemic disease. In order to accurately report the conditions of a humanitarian emergency to the rest of the world and to governing bodies, data on a number of factors are collected during each field mission. By compiling data on the frequency of diseases in hospitals, MSF can track the occurrence and location of epidemic increases (or "seasons") and stockpile vaccines and other drugs.
National Assembly of Québec
National Assembly of Quebec parliament is one of the oldest Parliaments in the world. The first sitting of the first Parliament was held in 1792. The objective of the site is to provide information on parliamentary proceedings to raise interest in public affairs and enhance public awareness of parliamentary activity. Since true representative democracy depends on informed public opinion and the active and constructive participation of citizens, it is of paramount importance to pursue efforts to increase the influence of the Assembly as an institution.
News International Ltd is a large British newspaper publisher owned by Rupert Murdoch's mega-conglomerate News Corporation. The company owns the publishers of four of the UK's top national newspapers, namely, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun and News of the World. It also publishes thelondonpaper, an evening freesheet. The company employs over 4000 people and prints at the largest printing facility in the world. The company publishes more than 175 different newspapers, employing approximately 15,000 people worldwide and printing more than 40 million papers a week.
ProQuest creates specialized information resources and technologies that propel successful research, discovery, and lifelong learning. A global leader in serving libraries of all types, its total content holdings exceed 125 billion pages. ProQuest is an information partner, creating indispensable research solutions that connect people and information.
Public Health Agency of Canada
The Global Public Health Intelligence Network (GPHIN), developed by Public Health Agency of Canada in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), is a secure, Internet-based, multilingual "early warning" application which uses Nstein's TME (Text Mining Engine) to assign relevancy scores to numerous articles coming from worldwide sources, and assigns a relevancy score to each article. TME also de-dupes redundant news articles. The system helps analysts count and track instances of possible threats. It is precisely this monitoring by organizations like GPHIN that triggers responses - such as WHO declaring H1N1 a geographic pandemic, which in turn hurries the development of vaccines.
Reader's Digest Association
Reader's Digest Association has the largest circulation of any magazine in the United States. Its American readership alone is thought to total nearly 40 million people. Its international editions reach an additional 40 million people. The magazine also has the highest circulation amongst households with incomes exceeding $100,000. Reader's digest boasts over 60 years of vast archives, a tremendous asset for the company that is described as "America in your pocket". The company is also a major content provider with its 20,000 plus soundtracks and thousands of exclusive video products.
Reed Business Information
Reed Business Information is the largest business-to-business publisher in the United States. It offers professionals in the media, manufacturing, electronics, construction and retail industries more than 80 market-leading B2B publications, 55 webzines, numerous web portals, custom publishing initiatives, various directories and direct-marketing lists. Reed Business Information is the business division of Reed Elsevier Group PLC, a leading publisher and information provider, worldwide.
Scripps Networks Interactive is an offshoot of the E.W. Scripps Company. Scripps Networks Interactive is prominent in lifestyle media, developing content for television, the Internet and satellite radio, in books and magazines, and on today's emerging media platforms. Scripps Networks Interactive comprises the lifestyle brands HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network and FINE LIVING TV Network as well as the country music network Great American Country (GAC).
Founded in 1976, SOQUIJ publishes decisions from the judicial and administrative tribunals of the province of Quebec. Its high value-added publications are produced in paper and electronic format for the legal, business and labor communities. Reporting to the Ministère de la Justice du Québec, SOQUIJ is a self-financing organization whose revenues are generated by the sale of its products and services.
Telegraph Media Group
The Daily Telegraph is a British broadsheet newspaper, founded in 1855. Aside from the Financial Times and The Herald (Glasgow), the Telegraph is the only remaining national daily newspaper printed on traditional newsprint in the broadsheet format in the United Kingdom, as most other broadsheet publications have converted to the smaller tabloid/compact or Berliner formats. In January 2009, the Telegraph was the highest selling British 'quality' paper, with a certified average daily circulation of 842,912.November 15, 2004 saw the 10th anniversary of the launch of the Telegraph's Web site Electronic Telegraph. Now re-launched as telegraph.co.uk, the Web site was the UK's first national newspaper online.
The Economist is an English-language weekly news and international affairs publication owned by The Economist Newspaper Ltd. and edited in London. Continuous publication began under founder James Wilson in September 1843. While The Economist calls itself a "newspaper", each issue appears on glossy paper, like a newsmagazine. In 2007, it reported an average circulation of just over 1.3 million copies per issue, about half of which are sold in North America. It is arguably one of the most respected news magazines in existence.
Time Inc. is a major subsidiary of the media conglomerate Time Warner, the company formed by the 1990 merger of Time Inc. and Warner Communications. It publishes 130 magazines, most notably its namesake, Time. Other magazines include Sports Illustrated, Fortune, People, Essence. It also owns the UK magazine house IPC Media, whose major titles include What's On TV, NME, Country Life, Marie Claire and Nuts.
The fourth-largest print media group in Canada, with more than 3000 employees and annual revenues of $630 million in 2008, Transcontinental Media is the country’s leading publisher of consumer magazines and French-language educational resources as well as the largest publisher of community newspapers in Eastern Canada. Transcontinental Media is a subsidiary of Transcontinental Inc. (TSX: TCL.A, TCL.B), which has more than 14,500 employees in Canada, the United States and Mexico and reported revenues of C$2.4 billion in 2008. Nstein’s solutions are already powering Transcontinental’s Canadian Living Website as well as Elle Québec & Canada, and, soon, the Websites of more than 100 dailies and weeklies throughout Canada.
Canadian Living - http://www.canadianliving.ca
Le Bel Age - http://www.lebelage.ca
Recipe Feast - http://www.recipefeast.com
Canadian gardening - http://www.canadiangardening.com
Style at Home - http://www.more.ca
More.com - http://www.more.com
Elle Canada - http://www.ellecanada.com
Elle Quebec - http://www.ellequebec.com
Trinity Mirror plc is a large British newspaper and magazine publisher. It is Britain's biggest newspaper group, publishing 240 regional papers as well as the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, People, Sunday Mail and Daily Record. Its headquarters are at Canary Wharf in London.
Spanish-speaking Americans have a singular vision when it comes to watching TV -- Univision Communications. The company is the leading Spanish-language broadcaster in the US with a portfolio of television and radio operations. Its runs the top-rated Univision network, carried by nearly 1,800 broadcast and cable affiliates, as well as sister networks TeleFutura and Galavisión. The company also owns and operates nearly 50 full-power TV stations and more than 20 low-power stations. Its Univision Radio division boasts about 70 stations.