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2. 2 Thomson KEY FIGURES 2002 Revenues : $ 7,9 billion Headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Global presence in 40 countries 36,000 employees worldwide 4 business units: Financial Business, Legal and Regulatory Scientific and Healthcare Learning

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4. 4 Accurate and Dialog is the broadest and deepest information resource available: Content Overview (Slides 11-15) Slide Objective: (and the next four slides) To reinforce the unequalled range of information available from Dialog and the variety of delivery options available. To emphasis the authoritative quality of what Dialog provides. Key Points: Dialog offers information created for a professional audience from reputable publishers and providers. Notes: The largest Web search engines offer more than 3 billion pages. Much—maybe most—is of questionable value. While there is plenty of good, useful information on the Web, it is not always easy to discern the good from the bad. Nearly all the information from Dialog is copyrighted and not available via the Web for free. Also, according to Internet expert Brewster Kahle, (Internet Archive), the average life span of information on the Web is only 44 days! Content Overview (Slides 11-15) Slide Objective: (and the next four slides) To reinforce the unequalled range of information available from Dialog and the variety of delivery options available. To emphasis the authoritative quality of what Dialog provides. Key Points: Dialog offers information created for a professional audience from reputable publishers and providers. Notes: The largest Web search engines offer more than 3 billion pages. Much—maybe most—is of questionable value. While there is plenty of good, useful information on the Web, it is not always easy to discern the good from the bad. Nearly all the information from Dialog is copyrighted and not available via the Web for free. Also, according to Internet expert Brewster Kahle, (Internet Archive), the average life span of information on the Web is only 44 days!

5. 5 Our 25,000 customers in 103 countries reaching more than 2 million end users 86 of the Fortune 100 companies use Dialog 24 of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies 20 of the top 25 chemical companies 21 of the top 25 law firms 18 of the top 25 consulting firms 22 of the top 25 investment banks Dialog Value Proposition: Content, Tools & Support (Slides 8-10) Slide Objective: To provide a sense of the scope of Dialog information resources by way of a variety of examples. To present Dialog information as solutions to common business tasks, i.e., how using Dialog can help the customer do his/her job better or with less difficulty or hassle. Key Points: Dialog has information on just about every conceivable topic. Notes: It is important to match the prospect’s interests with possible solutions from Dialog. The examples presented here should be supplemented or replaced with ones specific to the prospect. Dialog Value Proposition: Content, Tools & Support (Slides 8-10) Slide Objective: To provide a sense of the scope of Dialog information resources by way of a variety of examples. To present Dialog information as solutions to common business tasks, i.e., how using Dialog can help the customer do his/her job better or with less difficulty or hassle. Key Points: Dialog has information on just about every conceivable topic. Notes: It is important to match the prospect’s interests with possible solutions from Dialog. The examples presented here should be supplemented or replaced with ones specific to the prospect.

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11. 11 NewsEdge – sample topics European Legal Services Overview Major Law Firms Online Legal Issues European Business Litigation Business Litigation European Pharmaceutical Regulatory Financial Services Front Page News Intellectual Property Bioethics Biotechnology Front Page News Natural Disasters Oil & Gas Tankers TV Regulatory Digital Rights ……….

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