The Globes Online archive - more useful than ever

A new search engine developed by CDI Systems of Jerusalem produces results faster, with greater precision, and in a much more convenient format.

From now on, readers will find the Globes Online archive even more useful than before. A new search engine produces results faster, with greater precision, and in a much more convenient format. The search engine is based on the NetIS online publishing platform developed by CDI Systems of Jerusalem. It offers users of the Globes Online archive several new features:

  • much faster response times
  • more accurate searching, with new, sophisticated search tools
  • download to palm computer
  • a choice of ways of organizing and viewing search results

All in all, the new archive search is designed to enable you to find the information you need quickly, and to sort and process it easily.

The archive extends back to 1996. It contains over 70,000 articles on Israeli business and the Israeli economy, representing the most important material published by Globes, Israel's only dedicated financial daily. The archive is an invaluable resource for English-speaking business people, technologists, investors, market analysts, and government agencies, as well as for those who simply have a general interest in Israeli news and current affairs.

From August 1, 2005, we will begin to charge for use of the archive. This brings us into line with similar web publications in Israel and around the world. One advantage of the NetIS system is that you will be able to see brief previews of entire articles before you decide whether to buy access rights, so that you can be sure that the information you pay for is exactly what you need.

CDI Systems' NetIS™ integrates DRM, WCM, information retrieval and e-commerce tools into a single, seamless platform for the secure distribution and sale of premium content.

Adv. Hillel Ashkenazy founded CDI Systems, a privately owned software house, in 1992. The CEO is Itzhak Levit. The company's online publishing solutions have been deployed throughout the world as part of interactive legal productions on CD-ROM, dynamic professional databases (on-line and handheld), newspapers, phone directories, electoral rolls and encyclopedias.

The company is the leading e-publisher of legal content in Israel and is a principal technology provider to the legal market in Germany. It has a multitude of applications and customers, such as the Dun and Bradstreet - Market analyzer and IDC Israel - Pay per view site.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - - on July 12, 2005

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