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The Toronto Stock Exchange Implements the Decisia-Qweri Bridge for its Issuer Resources

In a recent post we highlighted the improved integration between Lexum’s products that we have been working on over the last few months.  The implementation of one of Lexum’s latest client, TMX Group, illustrates how Decisia and Qweri now seamlessly blend together. TMX implemented Decisia to improve access to a wide range of rules and […] Read more

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Additional Features for Lexum’s Annotated Legislation Websites

Lexum’s latest version of Qweri includes many new features impacting the freely accessible annotated legislation websites operated by Lexum. Overall these new features are designed to facilitate the navigation and the printing of annotations. In addition to what we already announced for Qweri 3.3, here’s what’s specific to our annotated legislation websites: Our annotations provide users [&hellip... Read more

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Better Integration for Lexum’s Products

Over the last few months, Lexum’s product teams have been focused on making it easier to integrate our solutions with each other, as well as with our clients’ architecture.  Thanks to these efforts clients of both Decisia and Qweri can now benefit from the following additional services. Contact us to discuss how any of them could facilitate […] Read more

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The Harvard Library Innovation Lab Highlights Decisia as a Solution for its CAP for Courts Project

Lexum is pleased to announce it has been identified by Harvard’s CAP for Courts project as a solution provider for digital-first case publishing for U.S Courts. The Caselaw Access Project (CAP) expands public access to U.S. law. Its mission is to broaden public accessibility to U.S law online, notably by providing free access to all […] Read more