From the Wires
Knovel Selected for 2012-2013 EContent 100
Recognized by EContent as a Leader in the Digital Content Industry for the Seventh Time
By: Marketwired .
Dec. 5, 2012 03:00 PM
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/05/12 -- Knovel, the leading provider of a Web-based application integrating technical information with analytical and search tools, today announced it has been named to the 2012-2013 EContent 100. The 2012-2013 EContent 100 list identifies the top 100 companies in the digital content industry. Companies are selected by a panel of eight judges. This is the third consecutive year Knovel has been selected for this list, totaling seven appearances since 2003.
"The econtent industry changes from day to day. From one year to the next, it's hardly recognizable, but there are some companies that manage to change with the industry, earning a spot on the EContent 100 year after year," said EContent Magazine Editor, Theresa Cramer. "And then there are the upstarts -- the companies that see a need within the industry and work to fill it. Our judges strive to recognize companies all along that spectrum, curating a truly representative list of companies making an impact on the digital content industry."
Knovel offers an unmatched depth and breadth of validated engineering content, as well as optimized search and data analysis tools, giving engineers convenient access and the ability to analyze, document and incorporate data into their everyday work.
"At Knovel, we strive to provide engineers with a single place to answer questions; one that also easily integrates analytical tools and trusted content into engineers' workflows," said Chris Forbes, CEO and co-founder of Knovel. "Workflow integration is the key to profitable use of digital content, and we are honored to be named to the EContent 100 again this year."
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