SALT LAKE CITY, UT - August 14, 2003 - MuseGlobal, Inc. announced today that Emily Fayen has joined the company as Vice President for Digital Content and Access. Before joining MuseGlobal, she was the Product Manager for Information Quest, RoweCom/divine's very large online database of scientific, technical, and medical journal literature. At the same time, she also managed publisher relations for nearly 100 electronic publishers.
Ms. Fayen earned a B.S. in Math and Physics from the University of Maryland, and received a Master's degree in Information Science from American University.
"We are very pleased to add someone with Ms. Fayen's extensive background in digital content to the MuseGlobal senior management team," commented MuseGlobal CEO Kate Noerr. "Throughout her career, she has focused on developing innovative systems for accessing electronic resources. Her appointment underscores the emphasis we are placing on tight linkage with content providers."
MuseGlobal is taking these technologies to new levels to provide vastly improved information discovery-to-retrieval solutions. Commenting on MuseGlobal and the MuseSearch federated search product, Ms. Fayen remarked "The ability to perform high-quality, customized metasearching is revolutionizing the way people expect to get information. They no longer need to remember multiple user IDs and passwords, URLs and search protocols. MuseSearch keeps track of digital access rights, manages authentication, and presents a single, de-duped and ranked list of results. What could be easier and more user friendly than that?"
Ms. Fayen will focus on developing relationships with publishers and providers of digital content. She also serves as liaison between MuseGlobal and the many providers to ensure continued high-quality connections and efficient access to thousands of information resources for MuseGlobal's many partners and clients.