Thomson Reuters Techstreet Announces New Standards Store Partnership with the National Electrical Manufacturers Association

NEMA selects Techstreet to operate its online standards publication store

ANN ARBOR, MI, June 6, 2014 -€“ Techstreet, part of the Intellectual Property & Science business of Thomson Reuters and one of the world’s leading providers of industry codes and standards, announced today its partnership with NEMA, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, with the launch of a new online marketplace for electrical engineering professionals at designed, built and is hosting the online store, which offers over 600 NEMA standards and publications.

Engineering and technical professionals who need access to a diverse set of standards used in the generation, transmission, distribution and end use of electricity as well as medical diagnostic imaging, can now efficiently access the entire NEMA standards and publications collection using state-of-the-art search engine technology for fast, accurate results. The online store includes intuitive e-commerce functionality for easy online purchasing, time saving and self-serve account management tools, a standards document tracking alert service, a customer rewards program and exceptional customer service. Users can order print copies or download digital editions of standards and publications in PDF format with full copyright protection.

“€œCombining our expertise together with Techstreet’€™s, robust e-commerce solutions for standards sales and fulfillment truly opens new doors for engineering and technical professionals who need reliable and easy access to safe and effective design, installation and use of electrical products,” said Paul Molitor, assistant vice president at NEMA. “€œThe ability to efficiently find a specific document among hundreds, and to be assured that it is accurate and current, not only saves time but improves quality and speeds product time to market.”

“The advantage Techstreet offers its partners is truly unique, and we are thrilled to be chosen by NEMA to power their online store,”€ said Todd Fegan, vice president of Techstreet Operations. “€œNot only do we provide and successfully deploy cutting-edge web and e-commerce technologies, but every partnership is tailored to the specific needs of the organization. We work collaboratively to understand their strategic direction and develop solutions that will grow with them into the future.”€

About Techstreet
Techstreet, a Thomson Reuters business, uses advanced web technologies to speed delivery of industry codes and standards to engineers and technical professionals worldwide. Anyone can freely and easily search an online database of over 500,000 codes, standards and technical books aggregated from the world’€™s leading authorities. Techstreet has distribution agreements with over 250 standards authorities and operates online stores for API, ASHRAE, IEEE, AGA, CIE, NSF to name a few. Standards are available for individual purchase in a variety of digital and printed formats, or as an enterprise license through Techstreet Subscriptions, a web-based information portal. For more information visit

About the National Electrical Manufacturers Association
NEMA is the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers, founded in 1926 and headquartered in Rosslyn, Virginia. Its 400-plus member companies manufacture a diverse set of products including power transmission and distribution equipment, lighting systems, factory automation and control systems, and medical diagnostic imaging systems. Total U.S. shipments for electro-industry products exceed $100 billion annually.

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