In the information age, media monitoring and content management have become success factors more than ever before. With the tools we provide in Canada and France, we continuously monitor in a 360° vision tool hundreds of thousands of articles, transcripts and columns from all forms of media.
« I highly recommend Eureka for its very wide range of content and its consulting services representatives. They have far surpassed the competition in their desire and ability to meet our needs. »
Malcolm Bernard, Director of Communications
Canadian Nuclear Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
« Newscan.com service for public and academic libraries breathes new life into information published in the papers. »
École de technologie supérieure, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Our mission is to provide the best analytical tool for monitoring news in all forms of media to benefit documentation, communications and marketing professionals.
To do so, we focus on core values that guide our actions:
Our success also depends on an efficient structure, a professional way of doing business and solid expertise. Many of our employees have been with us from the beginning, and new talent is constantly enriching our company's know-how.
Since 1998, we've conducted an annual fundraising campaign to benefit Centraide. During these campaigns, our employees try to outdo one another in creativity, enthusiasm and generosity.
We've taken part in several editions of the 48-HOUR RIDE organized by Make-a-Wish® Québec. Our goal? To fulfill the wishes of seriously ill children.
With the advent of microcomputing, the CD-ROM and the Internet, a group of young entrepreneurs decide to develop a technology that allows the distribution of large volumes of information to personal computers.
CEDROM-SNi convinces publishers in Quebec to entrust the company with the organization, enrichment and archiving of their content on CD-ROM. Libraries become the first clients for these products, which are updated monthly.
With the growth of the Internet and the migration of applications to the Web, Eureka is born. This subscription-based tool lets users access nearly 15 years of newspaper achives and their updates in real time. It also provides access to individual articles via payment by credit card, making it one of the first e-commerce sites in Canada.
CEDROM-SNi partners with TC Transcontinental, a leader in printing, media solutions and marketing activation in Canada.
CEDROM-SNi launches the English version of Eureka. The tool now provides access to newspaper content in both French and English.
After laying the groundwork in France by publishing the archives of the newspaper Le Monde on CD-ROM, CEDROM-SNi creates Europresse, the European counterpart of Eureka.
CEDROM-SNi further extends its press coverage by adding specialized titles from around the world. Consistent with this strategy, it acquires the publisher of the online service DIVA, dedicated to economic and financial information.
The acquisition of the technology assets of GutenbergPresse allows the company to launch Scoop, a sophisticated layout module for news monitoring.
The company becomes interested in capturing radio and television content, be it information or advertising. To strengthen its product offering in this area, it acquires Eloda's assets, which developed a tool to monitor the broadcasting of advertising content.
Given the impact of social networks on the media landscape, CEDROM-SNi creates a module to monitor key social media sites.
The time that people spend reading is becoming increasingly limited. Consequently, CEDROM-SNi adds the Analytik module to its arsenal of monitoring tools to produce advanced analyses that assist in decision making.
Every member of our management team has extensive experience in the industry. Enthusiasm, professionalism and strategic thinking govern the agenda!