Jenny Robertson

Jenny Robertson is a Librarian specialising in corporate and public sector information. Based in Manchester, Jenny recently finished a contract at Rochdale MBC in Public Library Services. Prior to this she was the Technical Services Librarian at Booz & Company, a strategic consultancy in London. She was responsible for the library infrastructure, procurement and resource management as well as delivering end-user training on information tools, and supporting research enquiries.

Jenny started her library career in Scotland, working for, among others, the Scottish Science Library, Standard Life and Scottish Enterprise. A Chartered member of CILIP, she has been experimenting with social media and recently started a blog at

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VIP Reviews's Profound
Wednesday, 20th June 2012

The June issue of VIP features a product review of Profound, the web-based market research procurement platform available by subscription.

Executive summary of product review of Profound
Tuesday, 19th June 2012

Profound is a web-based market research procurement service which aggregates research reports from nearly 200 publishers. Owned by, the product is accessed by pre-pay subscription and subscribers have the option to download individual tables, sections and chapters as well as full reports.

Product Review of Profound
Tuesday, 19th June 2012

Aimed at corporate subscribers,’s Profound is a subscription-based market research procurement service, aggregating information from a large number of market research publishers and across more than 700 industry segments worldwide.

Capital gains: Standard & Poor's Capital IQ
Monday, 23rd April 2012

The April issue of VIP features a product review of Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ, a web-based research platform for global public and private capital markets.

Executive summary of product review of S&P Capital IQ
Thursday, 19th April 2012

S&P Capital IQ is a web-based research platform that delivers information on global public and private capital markets. Designed with finance and business professionals in mind it allows users to monitor markets and their client relationships, and analyse investment opportunities and risk using a range of information in one interface.

Update: A new review of this product is available here »