Techstreet History

Techstreet™ is part of Clarivate Analytics. Clarivate Analytics accelerates the pace of innovation by providing trusted insights and analytics to customers around the world, enabling them to discover, protect and commercialize new ideas, faster.

2019

Partners with Standards Australia (AS) to deliver greater access and choice for users of Australian Standards®. Partners with Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) to offer electronics manufacturing standards through Techstreet Enterprise. Launches a completely new brand identity, including an upgraded look and feel for the Techstreet Enterprise platform and Techstreet e-commerce superstore.

2017

Expands licensed content through new partnerships with over a dozen Standards Developing Organizations and private label stores.

2016

The Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters (which includes Techstreet) is divested to form a new and independent company called Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation. Launches a new Usage Reporting Dashboard in Techstreet Enterprise, providing the most powerful standards reporting in the industry. Celebrates its 20-year anniversary.

2014

Launches an e-commerce engine built into Techstreet Enterprise. Launches National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) store to become the official distributor of NEMA publications.

2013

Launches new state-of-the-art e-commerce platform, Techstreet.com, offering new premium formats such as multi-user PDFs and Print + PDF value bundles.

2012

Launches updated Subscription platform titled Techstreet Enterprise for enterprise access to industry codes and standards. Launches American Petroleum Institute (API) store to become the official distributor of API publications.

2011

Introduces Techstreet Redlines, showing all changes between the active standard and the previous version to save users hours of search time. Launches IEEE store to become the official distributor of IEEE publications.

2010

Launches new Techstreet ASME BPVC Plus to provide single users with online access to the 2010 ASME BPVC in electronic PDF format. Launches ASHRAE store to become the official distributor of ASHRAE publications.

2009

Launches new enterprise search technology for faster, more accurate search results.

2008

The Thomson Corporation and Reuters Group PLC combine to form Thomson Reuters. Introduces Techstreet BuildingBlocks, the first and only build-as-you-go solution for enterprise access to industry codes and standards as part of Techstreet Subscriptions platform.

2007

Receives Model of Excellence Award from Info Commerce Group for Techstreet Subscriptions web-based enterprise solution.

2006

The only standards provider to offer on-demand Desktop Usage Tracking for COUNTER-compliance as part of online usage reports in Techstreet Subscriptions.

2005

The first standards provider to incorporate Web 2.0 technology into an online subscription service.

2003

Techstreet is bought by the Thomson Corporation, a global leader in providing integrated information solutions to business and professional customers.

2003

Introduces the first web-based standards subscription service that allows users to build their own custom packages from dozens of standards collections.

2003

Develops Digital Rights Management system for copyright protection of downloaded PDF documents in web-based, multi-user delivery systems.

2002

In partnership with CASTI Publishing, Techstreet develops the first and still the only online database of interpretations to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, a life-saving international code.

2001

Develops the first unlimited Standards Tracking service to help users monitor changing standards.

2000

Launches first-ever searchable database of industry standards and technical books combined.

1999

Implements Techpoints frequent buyer program that rewards customers for online purchases.

1998

Becomes the first standards provider to offer documents in downloadable PDF format, nearly 12 months before any other standards reseller.

1996

Techstreet (formerly CSSINFO) launches the first-ever website for searching and ordering industry codes and standards online.