Reuters has launched Multex On-Demand, a next generation platform designed to provide investment bankers, corporate executives and corporate librarians with a single source for in-depth, global investment research from over 900 of the world’s leading brokerage firms, investment banks, market research houses and independent research providers. The system utilizes ‘Intelligent Features’ according to Reuters, which including: Intelligent Categorization; Intelligent Symbology – a document retrieval feature; extensive indexing; and saved searches. According to the company, Multex On-Demand has enhanced its productivity and expense management capabilities by adding a shopping cart which allows information professionals to collect documents from a repository and assign billing codes to transactions for expense tracking.
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