ANN ARBOR — The Ann Arbor information services provider ProQuest has announced a new application programming interface that enables content from its ProQuest Dialog information service to be integrated into organizational workflow tools such as intranets, analysis and visualization programs, and SharePoint sites.
ProQuest said the API gives researchers the ability to retrieve and manipulate select content from leading biomedical, engineering, news and trade, and patents databases in a format that works best for them.
“ProQuest Dialog empowers researchers to search multidisciplinary content in an interface that adapts to the needs of any user,” said Audrey Marcus, ProQuest vice president of product management. “The API takes that to the next level by enabling more flexible information access for customers and their libraries.”
ProQuest Dialog is a professional search tool renowned for its support of precise and comprehensive research in the pharmaceutical, engineering and patents industries. Users of different skill levels – from novice searchers to information professionals – can search premium content collections in a modern, flexible interface. Dialog’s features and collaboration tools enable researchers to put information to work for them – setting alerts, saving searches, downloading results, custom reporting, and more. ProQuest Dialog is available in customized content bundles with flexible pricing plans, including transactional and subscription packages.
Users can access all the necessary API resources and documentation at http://go.proquest.com/pqdAPI.