At Thomson Reuters, we strive to help our customers improve their productivity and enable them to deliver better client service. Over the past several months, we have advanced this objective by introducing and updating numerous mobile products and apps so our clients can access their legal information and tools anytime, anywhere.
As legal professionals’ workflow becomes increasingly mobile, it is important that we are able to provide our customers with best-in-class platforms that enable seamless computing regardless of whether they are in their office or on a portable device. (more…)
We are proud to announce that last week Elite, Westlaw and WestlawNext were awarded top honors in the 2012 Best of The National Law Journal. Leading the group was WestlawNext, which won three major categories, while Westlaw and Elite won two each.
The votes were tallied from survey of The National Law Journal readership, with 5,000 votes coming in from readers for 65 different categories. Many votes came from our clientele, a fact noticed by Colin Mackay, vice president of Marketing. He said, “We are honored by this recognition because it comes from the very people who use our products – our customers”, exemplifying the wonderful relationship our company has with its clients.
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Congratulations to our winners of 5 Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) Best in Business awards for 2010!
These wins demonstrate the success of our efforts in multimedia, commentary and enterprise reporting.
We had two winners in the category of Creative Use of Multiple Platform: The Frontier Markets web site (John Meehan, Claudia Parsons, Manuela Badawy, Danial Clark, Jeff Chen and the global team) won for the combined use of video, text, graphics and data to tell the story of countries with rapidly developing economies. The second was the iPad Teardown package (Gabriel Madway, Molly Riley, Greg Savoy, Richard Baum, Deborah Lutterbeck) won for its investigative reporting, live blog and visuals that peeled apart the iPad launch and identified its components
Breakingviews (team) won in the Opinion/Column category for its punchy and agenda-setting commentary sampling that looked at looked at economies, markets and companies. And, Scott McCleskey of Complinet, now part of Thomson Reuters Professional (Legal division), also won an award in this category for his column for its penetrating and original analysis of the Dodd Frank Act, the flash crash, and other issues in financial regulation. (more…)