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Nerac rebuilds TOC Journal Watch service with new search engine

TOLLAND, CT March 15, 2004. Nerac, Inc., a leading information services company, is pleased to announce the launch of a sophisticated online search engine for TOC Journal Watch. Clients can quickly search Nerac's database of 21,000+ publications to locate their favorite journals. Delivering the table of contents for new journal issues, TOC Journal Watch provides a one-stop solution to monitoring multiple publications in all areas of science, technology and business.

TOC Journal Watch provides an easy solution to monitoring the world's top publications. Clients can use TOC Journal Watch to save valuable time and expensive subscription costs, keep an eye on industry developments and competitors, quickly scan for articles of interest before locating the full-text or review journals that otherwise would be out of reach. At the time of publication for a journal, clients receive an automatic report that provides the current issue's table of contents and information on the publication.

"TOC Journal Watch is an easy way to help researchers and business professionals stay on top of the latest publications in their industry. Because the online system is so easy to use, clients may uncover journals they didn't even know existed," said Kevin Bouley, Nerac President.

With coverage provided by the British Library, one of the world's leading resources for publications data, clients can search nearly 100 subcategories in the areas of Agriculture, Arts and Humanities, Biology and Biotechnology, Business and Management, Engineering, Industry, Language, Medical and Healthcare, Science and Social Science.

Now upgraded with a sophisticated search engine, TOC Journal Watch provides a new online system for fast and easy set-up. Subscription clients can directly access the online database of 21,000+ journals and several hundred conference proceedings through Nerac's customer-only Website. Advanced searching allows clients to easily target publications by
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Contact: Suzi Craig-Edwards
scraig-edwards@nerac.com
860-872-7000
Nerac, Inc.
15-Mar-2004


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