Thomson CompuMark Launches New SAEGIS(TM): Powerful, Online Trademark Screening

Information Technology Press Releases Friday June 1, 2007 02:30
New screening capabilities, global content sources and streamlined design help IP professionals work more effectively and efficiently

Thomson CompuMark, the global leader in trademark research and brand protection solutions and a business of The Thomson Corporation (NYSE: TOC, TSX: TOC), today announced the launch of its new SAEGIS platform for online trademark screening. Built with advanced screening technologies and usability features, the new SAEGIS offers more research power, more workflow efficiency

and more global content than any other screening platform.
SAEGIS was the industry's first Web-based trademark research platform, used by intellectual property (IP) and brand protection professionals around the world for nearly a decade.

The new SAEGIS builds on the success of its predecessor. It has been redesigned from the ground up by linguistics, trademark and usability experts with input from SAEGIS users to help IP professionals get more work done in less time.

-- The new AutoScreen automatically develops sophisticated search
criteria based on key terms - a new level of search intelligence that
delivers precise, reliable results with unparalleled speed and ease.
-- The redesigned Custom Search makes tailored searches easier and more
precise than ever before.
-- New, streamlined interface with consistent appearance and
functionality across all SAEGIS tools. New interface design, available
in six languages, helps users review results faster and more
-- Unmatched global content, with direct access to the industry's most
extensive collection of research databases, covering more than 200
countries and registers - including a new China trademark database
launching later this year.

"The new SAEGIS introduces time-saving new features, like the ability to combine multiple data sources in a single search," said Mike Dammann, Global Head of Trademarks at Syngenta Crop Protection. "This is especially useful for us, as one search can now be conducted of both trademark and domain name registers. This considerably reduces the workload on our busy staff."

"For IP professionals, time is more valuable than ever before," said Christine Moons, Director Systems Development at Thomson CompuMark. "We designed the new SAEGIS to work the way our clients work, delivering the results they need to make informed trademark decisions, faster and more efficiently than ever before. The new SAEGIS is further proof of Thomson

CompuMark's commitment to setting the standard for Web-based trademark research and solutions."
To learn more about the new SAEGIS, please visit or
About Thomson CompuMark

Thomson CompuMark ( ) is the world's leading provider of value-added trademark information and services. The company provides information, tools and services that provide trademark and brand professionals the information needed to protect the value of brands while reducing the time, costs, complexity and risks of managing trademark portfolios. Thomson CompuMark employs more than 600 people worldwide, with operational and sales offices in Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.

About The Thomson Corporation

The Thomson Corporation ( ) is a global leader in providing essential electronic workflow solutions to business and professional customers. With operational headquarters in Stamford, Conn., Thomson provides value-added information, software tools and applications to professionals in the fields of law, tax, accounting, financial services, scientific research and

healthcare. The Corporation's common shares are listed on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges (NYSE: TOC; TSX: TOC).
SOURCE:   Thomson CompuMark
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Communications (Americas),
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Marketing (Asia),
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