As issues of our EContent magazine arrived on subscribers’ desks back in the States, news spread through the hall at the London Online Information exhibit today about who the winners were in our editors’ annual selection of the top 100 companies in the e-content “space.”
As the show prepared to open for its last day (Thursday, 4 December), I caught staff from Ektron, one of the winners, checking to see if the issue was live online—sorry, not until next month, when the EContent 100 issue will be available for free as an electronic flip-book (using eBook Systems’ platform) from our Web site. http:www.econtentmag.com
I did a quick comparison with the list of exhibitors. And assuming I wasn’t too bleary-eyed that early this morning, I observed that of the 100 companies on the EContent 100 list this year, 30% are exhibiting at the London show.
In addition to Ektron, the others exhibiting in London are Alacra, Arbortext, British Library, Cambridge Information Group (CSA), Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), Convera, Documentum, EBSCO Publishing, Elsevier Science, eMeta, Factiva, Fast Search and Transfer, FatWire Software, Gale, HighWire Press, Hoover’s, IBM, Infotrieve, Knovel, NextPage, Nstein Technologies, OCLC, Ovid, ProQuest, QuestelOrbit, Stellant, Swets, Thomson Dialog and Thomson Scientific.
Congratulations to all the companies, selected by the EContent editors, to be in this year’s EContent 100.
V.P. Content, Information Today, Inc.