Back in the days of command line searching and single line editors people had to work very hard to learn how to get the valuable content they needed. Often, even after learning the syntax and the language and the idiosyncrasies of particular products or services, it was still an expensive prospect to try to retrieve information from one particular vendor or another. In the 30 years since I have been working with information services and products the situation has become much, much better. It no longer takes a PhD to retrieve and use information. Much of the progress has been made because many very smart people made the effort to get you to the content that you need. I help publishers and users get the most from their excursions into the vast sea of information. Whether you want to spend less on buying content or make more from your published content let me show you how you can save money, make money and become a success in the world of information searching and retrieval and I specialize in the design, development, and implementation of products and services that allow businesses to make better decisions.
Industry Expertise (7)
Information Technology and Services
Wright State University: Masters of Science, Applied Economics 1997
Wright State University: Masters in Business Administration (MBA), Market Research 1996
- Association of Independent Information Professionals
- Special Libraries Association
- Strategy and Competitive Intelligence Professionals