Technical University Delft Library Selects Collexis Basic Search Software

October 8, 2007

COLUMBIA, SC -October 8, 2007 – Collexis (OTCBB: CLXS), a leading developer of High Definition Search and Discovery software, is pleased to announce that the Delft University of Technology Library, The Netherlands, selected Collexis Basic Search software to empower its TUlib Instruction program.  Karin Clavel, Product Researcher, explained, “TU Delft Library is using the Collexis software because of the significant added value it offers to library users.  Specifically, the added value encompasses two factors: one, it makes it easier to enter into searches and two, it helps the user find pertinent information in a more efficient manner.”

Bill Kirkland, Collexis CEO stated, Adding TU Delft Library to our growing list of global academic customers is very exciting.  TU Delft Library lines up with Erasmus University Library and Wageningen Universiteit Library in Europe, along with the Mayo Clinic Libraries and Johns Hopkins in the U.S.  This TU Delft Library implementation proves the advanced technology of Collexis can be utilized in a structured environment, while still gaining the benefit of validated information and high end content abstraction from unstructured information.

The TUlib Instruction program needed to improve its library search software in terms of user friendliness and productivity.  The implementation of the Collexis software provides these benefits to the user community by guiding users to the appropriate “entrance/path” either by clicking on relevant words or entering a question into a search box, whereupon an appropriate entry is suggested.  If the results are not specific enough, additional search suggestions are offered.  The TUlib Instruction program teaches the visitor:

*           How to set up a literature search.

*           Which sources of information are best to use.

*           Different search methods to find information.

*           How to evaluate retrieved information.

*           Where and how to obtain information.

*           How to manage and use the literature references.

*           How to maintain your subject knowledge in your discipline.

Yuri de Lugt, Collexis Project Manager for TU Delft Library stated, “This is another breakthrough step for Collexis in the academic library environment.  After successfully implementing Collexis-based solutions at Wageningen Universiteit Library and Erasmus University Library, adding TU Delft to this list makes us very proud.  It proves Collexis-based solutions can be used in a great variety of applications including expert retrieval, educational support and now improved library content accessibility.”

Collexis Holdings, Inc.

Collexis Holdings, Inc., a global knowledge discovery company since 1999, is headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina (USA) with two subsidiaries; Collexis Inc. in Columbia, South Carolina, USA and Collexis, B.V. in Geldermalsen, The Netherlands.  Collexis patented technology builds conceptual profiles of text, called Fingerprints, from documents, websites, e-mails and other digitized content and matches them with a comprehensive list of pre-defined “fingerprinted” concepts to make research results more relevant and efficient.  This matching of concepts eliminates the ambiguity and lack of priority associated with word searches.  The results are often described as “finding needles in many haystacks.”  Through this novel approach, Collexis can build unique applications to search, index and aggregate information as well as prioritize, trend and predict data based on sources in multiple industries without the limitations of language or dialect.  Representative clients include the NIH, Johns Hopkins, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Wellcome Trust, Harvard and the University of South Carolina to name a few.  Collexis shares of common stock are traded under the symbol CLXS on the OTC Bulletin Board (OTC BB).  For more information visit


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