Entries by Kim Grant

TRG Screen enhances FITS index capabilities with index catalog tracking

It’s essential for firms with index data licenses to understand if they are getting the most from their subscriptions. Understanding
whether index license deals are right-sized, identifying overlapping subscriptions, justifying renewal deals, and identifying index data
points which are critical to a firm’s funds, are all of crucial importance but are challenging without appropriate tools.

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TRG at AALL18 – Booth #732 (Research Monitor, Quest)

TRG (Research Monitor, Quest) is a proud supporter of the American Association of Law Libraries, and we will be exhibiting at the annual conference in Baltimore July 14th-16th. We hope you will stop by and check out Quest, a product designed specifically for information professionals for reference request management, and Research Monitor, a suite of products to help you track, manage, and enhance access to web-based subscriptions and other services.

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Quest New Secure Workstreams

Quest v16 introduces the concept of secure workstreams allowing configuration of which librarians may access which workstreams. This is useful for restricting access to workstreams containing sensitive information, such as requests from senior partners or a workstream created to track requests for a specific project or matter.

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New and improved Index Management module for FITS

FITS is renaming its Index Commission Management module to the new and improved Index Management module. A range of new features will be added to better help track your index-to-index family catalogue and subscriptions.

A user will be able to upload and maintain which indexes are part of which families. This information will also allow users to track which users of index families are using specific indexes in the inventory.

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New Time Management Module for Quest

Do your team members have different working hours? Or different working days? Do you have some days where your Library works late? Do you have to manage your Librarians’ absences? Ever have a request that turns up every month, regular as clockwork? Have you ever under-recorded time spent working on a request?

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