(Vancouver, Canada December 23, 2007) SydneyPLUS International, a leader in information management solutions, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the United States Mission to the United Nations (USUN), a publicly funded body representing U.S. foreign policy at UN assemblies.
The USUN needed information management software flexible enough to both integrate with internal custom records and provide full-text document searching capabilities. SydneyPLUS provides a web based solution to meets these needs.
The USUN needed a system that let them;
- Build custom databases quickly through KmBuilder a tool that helps administrators create and modify custom databases on the fly to meet the specific and changing needs of their users.
- Store and Search document text with the Digital Media Interface (DMI) a unique module that allows full-text keyword searches on documents of any type.
- Deploy information to users with the .net Web OPAC a web-based interface that lets users connect to information resources anywhere in the world.
Founded in 1947, and located in New York City, this office has a staff of over 100 people who report to Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
About SydneyPLUS International
As a leading developer of Knowledge Management solutions since 1977, SydneyPLUS has partnered with some of the worlds leading businesses including Fortune 1000 companies and law firms to provide increased financial and organizational returns through improved access to information.
Whether the goal is to manage a single database of experts within a pharmaceutical company, the digitized special effects collection of a film production company, or all the corporate libraries within a multinational law firm, any organization will achieve increased benefits from more efficient access to their high-value knowledge assets, while enhancing revenues, dramatically increasing efficiency, and reducing costs. SydneyPLUS International is available online at http://www.sydneyplus.com.