Pro Quest Historical Newspapers is inaugurated with the innovative digitization of The New York Times archive.
Serials Solutions joins Pro Quest Information and Learning. Answering the demand from libraries for a single search box as a gateway to their collections, the Summon®web-scale discovery service debuts. Pro Quest announces Intota™, a new Software-as-a-Service, web-scale collection management solution that will streamline management of library collections and support the entire resource lifecycle for libraries.
Through its affiliate Bowker, Pro Quest acquires SIPX, creator of a digital course materials solution that addresses copyright and costs concerns for universities.
Pro Quest completes the acquisition of Coutts Information Services and Myi Library from Ingram Content Group, setting the stage to streamline print and “e” book workflows.
In that spirit, we present a brief summary of more than a century of Pro Quest milestones. The first edition of Books In Print® is published (in 2002 Barnes & Noble names it the Database of Record).
Bowker Company publishes Periodicals Directory: A Classified Guide to a Selected List of Current Periodicals Foreign and Domestic by Carolyn Ulrich.
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts gets an early license to experiment with CD-ROM technology and partners with the National Library of Medicine to create Medline on disc, ushering in a new era in information accessibility.
The first Internet accessible instance of UMI launches. UMI digitizes Early English Books, enabling libraries to deliver five centuries of world scholarship to the desktops of their users.
Library technology leader Ex Libris joins Pro Quest.
Together, Pro Quest and Ex Libris commit to improve current products such as Alma, Aleph, b X, Intota, Primo, Rosetta, SFX, SIPX, Summon, 360 Link, Voyager, Leganto reading-list solution and campus M mobile campus solution as well as innovate all new solutions.