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When delivering electricity and natural gas to millions of consumers, this American utility company enabled its engineers to find specific industry standards information 5-20 minutes faster – saving 2-3 days each week across 50 engineers – and reduced the hours that the corporate librarian spent assisting with searches.Learn more about our client’s successes
One of the UK's largest construction companies is building stellar quality into its projects by increasing its leverage of construction industry standards information -- positive results range from reassuring a customer about a pipe-fitting solution to resolving a subcontractor dispute and saving £35,000.Learn more about our client’s successes
This worldwide provider of networking/communications equipment achieved a 90%+ success rate for validating compliance with European environmental regulations while remaining on schedule for all deliveries and establishing infrastructure to ensure compliance in the other international markets it serves.Learn more about our client’s successes
This US-based engineering and architectural firm provides its team of experts with immediate access to the world’s most comprehensive databank of standards documents in the course of their daily workflow – as well as automated alerts regarding updates – even when they are on location at project sites.Learn more about our client’s successes
What thoughts do you have on the passing of John Glenn? Not an engineer, but certainly an iconic figure who rode into space on the accomplishments of engineers.
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On December 8, 2001, Betty Holberton died in Rockville, Maryland. Holberton, born Francis Elizabeth “Betty” Snyder, is most widely known for her role as one of the ENIAC’s six programmers. The ENIAC was the first all-electronic digital computer, “a huge machine of forty blac