LexisNexis Launches Powerful New Research Tool

May 16, 2023

Nexis® Hub streamlines and accelerates the research process from start to finish.

NEW YORK — Today, LexisNexis® Legal and Professional announced the launch of Nexis® Hub — a new tool that supports and streamlines any research workflow to accelerate time to insight. The innovative new solution, created to meet the needs of today’s busy professionals, integrates with Google Chrome and Microsoft Word to help users streamline the complicated and time-consuming process of collecting research and creating reports.

“Over the past year, we have spoken with hundreds of professionals about their research process, and their overwhelming feedback was that they need help compiling, synthesizing and reporting on insights more quickly and efficiently,” said Dani McCormick, Vice President, Product. “Nexis Hub dramatically simplifies the research workflow, allowing users to more efficiently collect and organize information into accessible, editable reports, so they can spend less time on manual tasks and more time on the data analysis that matters most.”

Nexis Hub empowers today’s busy professionals to collect important information and references — along with corresponding URLs and metadata—from any news source including a variety of Nexis products and across the internet, organize them into collections, and seamlessly integrate findings into reports with the tools they use every day. In fact, Nexis Hub users can see a time savings of up to 50%.

With Nexis Hub, users can:

  • Accelerate the research process from start to finish, and significantly reduce the time spent on low value tasks.
  • See the whole picture, faster by easily collecting and organizing research from across numerous sources in a single location, making it easier to notice trends, identify key insights and prioritize information highlights.
  • Reduce information loss by integrating with tools used every day (including Google Chrome and Microsoft Word) into a central “hub” so researchers never need to worry about losing critical information.