infomediary

infomediary

(INFOrmation interMEDIARY) An information provider that gathers content from several sources and functions as a data aggregator for a target audience.
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Whether or not they've ever heard of Hagel and Singer or an Infomediary, savvy newsmedia organizations are migrating their models of content and communication toward that described in the book--an information intermediary providing credible, valuable and timely information between commercial enterprises and consumers through a channel most likely to generate response.
A major segment of this revenue is likely to be claimed not by end suppliers of products and services but by a new breed of company--the information intermediary, or infomediary.
The eXchange Holdings Plc, a UK online personal financial services infomediary, has reached agreements with two new European partners to set up online financial services operations in Germany and Spain.
There's also a new form of business intermediary that supports digital value networks - an infomediary.
PrivaSeek Inc, the first company to launch itself as a privacy infomediary, has formed an ad-hoc grouping of Java developers to attempt to drive the development of APIs and specifications for privacy applications.
We anticipate, however, that a new breed of infomediary will emerge that is distinguished by its overt allegiance to customers rather than vendors.
Intuit could become an infomediary not only because its software captures a broad range of financial data about its user base, but also because the company has developed a unique brand franchise with a specific audience and long-standing relationships with customers who trust and are loyal to Intuit.