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Infotrieve Ranked by Outsell as Number One in Document Delivery Services

Infotrieve, Inc. (www.infotrieve.com), the leader in global-enterprise SaaS software and business services for scientific, technical and medical (“STM”) published content access and management, today announced that Outsell, Inc. has recognized the company and its award winning Mobile Library cloud-based e-content access and management software as number one in their most recent Document Delivery Services product ranking report. Infotrieve lead all reviewed providers in terms of both Product Quality and Performance. Noted in the June 2014 report are Infotrieve’s particular strengths in offering the best breadth and depth of content coverage, and document quality of any supplier, as well as its focus on continued technology development. Access the full Outsell report, Document Delivery Services by visiting http://go.infotrieve.com/outselljun14

According to Outsell, "The Mobile Library platform which fronts Infotrieve's service is built upon a robust core: the widest range of direct relationships with publishers, a large searchable citation database, access to a sizeable print collection, and an infrastructure of runners and library partnerships to deliver "hard-to-get" documents. It combined this with useful tools for customers and administrators, including its collaborative environment (Shared Libraries), new user metrics Dashboard and its Bookmarklet to enable end-user ordering in discovery environments."

“We are continuously hard at work evolving our products and services to meet and ultimately exceed the needs of our clients, and are pleased that the significant customer focused enhancements we’ve made to Mobile Library over the last 12 months have been recognized by our clients and Outsell," said Ken Benvenuto, President and Chief Executive Officer of Infotrieve.

This acknowledgement comes on the heels of Infotrieve's launch of its Executive Dashboard, which provides clients sophisticated content usage analytics to help optimize the content licensing process, as well as the recently publicized partnership with EBSCO Information Services, announcing the integration of the powerful search and extensive metadata available via EBSCO Discovery ServiceTM within Mobile Library.

The Mobile Library offers solutions to serve a variety of customer needs. From expedient, high quality and cost effective document delivery supported by the world’s largest collection of published STM research, to comprehensive rights management and sophisticated usage analytics built to help global enterprises optimize the content licensing process, Mobile Library provides a secure and flexible e-content management solution. The integrated content management offering built into Mobile Library offers cloud-based access to an organization’s full suite of information assets maximizing access to electronic subscriptions, databases, research literature, enterprise repositories and personal files all while enabling secure collaboration.

About Infotrieve, Inc.

Infotrieve is the global leader in cloud-based e-content access, management and sharing. Our award winning Mobile Library platform maximizes access to databases, research literature, corporate repositories and personal files while reducing the costs of managing and hosting these information resources. The company also provides sophisticated usage analytics to help optimize the content licensing process. Our content management services – content usage analysis, license administration and budget creation and management – help clients make strategic usage-based licensing decisions through unparalleled usage analytics and unrivaled industry expertise. Infotrieve has over 8,500 clients and more than half a million users in 113 countries, including over 45% of the Global Fortune 500 R&D, and 80% of the world’s largest pharmaceutical firms. As a full service information management company our experience includes people, process and technology solutions that help clients drive their business forward through the efficient use of information. Learn more at www.infotrieve.com.

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