Dagbladet Børsen offers handbooks on management, personnel, finance sale and marketing and IT. Much of the success is due to the editors who write updates online. All editors are carefully selected for their competence in each specific area using their network of specialists and experts. The handbooks have been re-launched in April as online web-sites, supplemented by an annual book and offers for seminars and webinars.
Äripäev publishes around 25 practical handbooks targeted at business executives and top professionals, several of them both in Estonian and Russian languages. The highly specialised handbooks have a loyal customer base of around 8,000 subscribers. Äripäev’s Book Publishing provides decision-makers with the best business and management literature available in Estonia, publishing nearly 25 books a year by both Estonian and international authors. There are about 4,000 members in the Book Club.
Expert information for managers and leaders with responsibility in the areas of leadership, finance, sales and marketing, personnel and IT.
Gesinform is the publisher of Deximed, a medical reference source for doctors and patients, launched in 2017. Deximed is the comprehensive online platform for German-speaking medical professionals, especially in primary care, and is recommended by several general practitioners’ associations. Deximed is completely paid-content and provides up-to-date information based on international evidence and national guidelines.
UAB Lexnet is the provider of Infolex, a leading legal information system for Lithuanian lawyers professionals. Infolex is the best known and most commonly used system among legal practitioners. Extensive legislation data, case law and a wide variety of auxiliary tools enable legal professionals to get and process the relevant information from one source.
Norsk Elektronisk Legehåndbok
Norsk Helseinformatikk (NHI) is the publisher of Norsk Elektronisk Legehåndbok (NEL), a medical reference source for doctors, health care workers and patients. NEL was launched in 1999. It is a multimedia product which contains a total of about 10 000 text articles, illustrations, photographs, animations, videos.
More than 90 per cent of the general practitioners in Norway are paying subscribers to the product. Also, one-third of the hospitals and a substantial number of municipalities are subscribers. Besides general practitioners, NEL is used by hospital doctors, nurses and other health professions in hospitals and in the community. NEL is “the 20 seconds approach”, tailored to busy clinicians – knowledge is found and read in seconds. Included in NEL is 4000 pieces of patient information which makes it easy for the health care worker to provide the patient with handouts with relevant information.
In 2011 NEL was segmented into two additional products: Physiotherapy-NEL and Community-NEL. These two products are developed for physiotherapists and community-based health care workers, respectively.