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IHS was founded in 1959 by Richard O'Brien as a provider of product catalog databases on microfilm for aerospace engineers.
The history of IHS shows the growth from an aerospace engineering solution to a global information company with world-class experts in pivotal areas shaping today's business landscape: energy, economics, geopolitical risk, sustainability and supply chain management.
IHS celebrates 50 year anniversary
45 years strong, IHS Inc. is a leading worldwide provider of information products, solutions and services, incorporating technical standards, regulations, parts and design guides
IHS becomes a publicly traded company (NYSE: IHS)
IHS builds on the heritage of information to integrate critical information and intuitive software and analysis
Information Handling Services becomes IHS, Inc.
Information Handling Services acquires
Information Handling Services acquires Petroleum Data Services Division and Accumap Enerdata from QC Data
IHS formed as holding company for new subsidiaries
IHS expands into other markets, including regulatory and international
Information Handling Services acquires:
Information Handling Services acquires:
Information Handling Services launches Engineering Resource Center, introducing several engineering databases in one centralized location online, paving the way to develop the majority of its products as online solutions
Information Handling Services acquires Petroconsultants S.A.
Petroleum Information (PI) and Dwights LLC. Merge
IHS begins marketing online versions of its information databases, making products easily accessible and easily update-able
Information Handling Services produces nearly three million feet of microfilm and is recognized as the world’s largest commercial producer of microfilm products
Flagship VSMF continues to grow
Information Handling Services begins producing engineering information databases in electronic format, responding to need for faster delivery as PCs become standard
Information Handling Services produces a full text CD-ROM database
Information Handling Services acquires Global Engineering Documents
Information Handling Services acquires Technical Indexes Ltd.
Information Handling Services moves to Englewood, Colorado
Information Handling Services becomes part of the Indian Head Company, founded in 1953, a broadly diversified company in metal and automotive products, producing glass containers, information technology systems and a wide variety of specialty textiles.
Information Handling Services was founded by Richard O'Brien as a provider of product catalog databases on microfilm for aerospace engineers
Flagship product VSMF (Vendor Specs Microfilm File) indexed to locate information quickly and produced on microfilm to conserve space that was generally occupied by libraries of hard documents
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