Techstreet from Thomson Reuters Helps Speed Innovation and Ensure Compliance With New IEEE Standards Store
Better search and easier access to technical standards provides electrical and electronics engineers with improved online experience
New York, NY May 4, 2011 – Techstreet, a Thomson Reuters business, announced today a new online marketplace for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Standards Association, to help speed innovation and ensure compliance by providing a central location for critical industry standards for engineering professionals. Techstreet created the architecture and is hosting the global online store for the IEEE Standards Association at http://standards.ieee.org/store.
Technical professionals who need access to computing, electrical engineering and electronic standards can now efficiently search the entire IEEE standards collection using state-of-the-art search engine technology for fast, accurate results. The online store includes intuitive e-commerce functionality for easy online purchasing, time-saving account management tools, a standards tracking alert service and other features to effectively manage standards information. Users can order print copies or download digital editions with full copyright protection.
“Working with Techstreet is a major step forward,” said Karen McCabe, staff director, strategic marketing and product management, IEEE Standards Association. “Techstreet provides a state-of-the-art system for managing our standards information and gives our customers a convenient, reliable means to access industry critical IEEE standards products.”
“The IEEE Standards Association is an essential part of the global technical community. This partnership fortifies our strategy to continue our leadership position as a reliable and efficient resource for industry codes and standards,” said Andrew Bank, director of business development, Techstreet. “We will continue to work closely with IEEE to develop solutions to help foster innovation for customers of both organizations today and into the future.”
To view a video highlighting the new features and benefits of the new Techstreet IEEE Standards Store, visit
Techstreet uses advanced Web technologies to speed delivery of industry codes and standards to engineers and technical professionals worldwide. Anyone can freely and easily search an online database of 500,000 codes, standards and technical books aggregated from over 350 of the world’s leading authorities, including, ASHRAE, ANSI, ASTM, API, ASME, BSI, IEC, CSA, DIN, IEEE, ISO, NFPA, and others. Standards are available for individual purchase in PDF and print, or as an enterprise license through Techstreet Subscriptions, a Web-based information portal. Techstreet is a Thomson Reuters business. For more information visit www.techstreet.com.
About the IEEE Standards Association
The IEEE Standards Association, a globally recognized standards-setting body within the IEEE, develops consensus standards through an open process that engages industry and brings together a broad stakeholder community. IEEE standards set specifications and best practices based on current scientific and technological knowledge. The IEEE-SA has a portfolio of over 900 active standards and more than 500 standards under development. For information on the IEEE-SA, see: http://standards.ieee.org
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