Wolper Information Services said it has merged with LM Information Delivery Group of Finland, which services customers in more than 20 countries.
The newly merged firm expects to take advantage of synergies to deliver new innovations and enhanced value to customers in the acquisition and management of content, which Sue Wolper, president of Wolper Information Services, said increasingly means e-resources.
"I think the future of the knowledge industry includes multiple ways for people to access information than they are accustomed to," said Wolper.
She said by merging, the two companies can work together to develop technologies to better serve clients while avoiding redundancies.
"Wolper and LM have complementary strengths, interests and cultures," she said. "I feel this merger is forward thinking to remain vibrant options in the industry."
Wolper will continue to lead the U.S. organization as president and CEO of Wolper Information Services. All North American sales and support functions will continue to be handled through Wolper's headquarters in Easton.