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King and Spalding launches Art Collection Online with SydneyPLUS

Press Release: Lucidea [October 23, 2007]

Copyright (c) 2007 Lucidea

Abstract: King and Spalding’s, one of North America’s leading law firms, announces the launch of its new Fine Art asset management system using IM technology from SydneyPLUS International, a leading developer of KM solutions.


Vancouver, Canada – October 23, 2007) King and Spalding’s, one of North America’s leading law firms, announces the launch of its new Fine Art asset management system using IM technology from SydneyPLUS International, a leading developer of KM solutions.

King and Spalding’s Fine Art database originated as a simple MS Access. Seeing a need to provide better access to a priceless collection, Joan Houghton-Theall, Associate Director of Library and Records and her team at King & Spalding – Atlanta rose to the challenge of developing a new system. Working with the SydneyPLUS Implementation team, a system was designed and developed to meet the firm’s current and future KM needs.

The Fine Art asset management project made the following improvements;

  • Deployed the collection through the web to all
  • Improved efficiency by centralizing db management and decentralizing access to the collection
  • Facilitated sharing of available art resources

With paintings from Warhol to Kandinsky the priceless collection can now be valued, viewed and appreciated from any King and Spalding office around the world. Employees can not only search and view the collection by artist, title, year, but also by geographic region, floor, and even biographic sketch.

Established in 1885, King and Spalding represent over half of the Fortune 100 companies with over 800 lawyers, and offices in Atlanta, Charlotte, Dubai, Frankfurt, Houston, London, New York, and Riyadh.

About SydneyPLUS International

As a leading developer of Knowledge Management solutions since 1977, SydneyPLUS has partnered with some of the world’s 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.

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Publication Year:2007
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:October 23, 2007
Publisher:Lucidea
Company: Lucidea
Libraries: King and Spalding’s
Record Number:13053
Last Update:2013-06-10 13:14:22
Date Created:2008-02-07 10:03:34