Using NationBuilder for Diaspora community outreach


NamSor is unique in its capability to map Diasporas, expatriate networks. We help provide an answer to the perennial question every country asks about its diaspora: who are they, where are they, what are they doing?

The business case for building efficient diaspora communities is strong :

  • Ireland has harnessed the goodwill of the significant Irish diaspora to assist in identifying FDI investment opportunities
  • France has received $24.6 billion in remittances, making it the 5th largest recipient of remittances after India, China, Philippines, Mexico (World Bank’s Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016)
  • Diasporas are major contributors to development, as discussed at a recent US AID conference in Washington, but also in Dublin and Bordeaux

We have integrated NamSor with NationBuilder, to help with:

  • advocating for a diaspora community
  • raising money for a cause, to “give back” at home
  • growing and mobilizing a diaspora network

What makes NationBuilder incredibly efficient for diaspora outreach is the integration within ONE system of four components : a content management system (CMS) to build the web site; a customer relationship management system (CRM) to manage people engagement; a mailing and social media outreach system to communicate with Diaspora members and influencers; the ability to integrate with PayPal and Stripe to manage payments, fundraising, club memberships etc.

What NamSor brings to NationBuilder is the ability to target community influencers for expatriate engagement with ethnic and gender data appends.

If you are already a NationBuilder admin, just sign-in and authorize NamSor on your Nation or register to use NamSor API, then follow the tutorial below:

As a result, your Nation CRM will have a finer-grained segmentation, so you will better target your communication, for example:

  • who among the Diaspora influencers is already following my Twitter account?
  • who are the best ‘ambassadors’ helping grow the network most?
  • who among Diaspora members can I reach via email, but is not following us on Twitter or Facebook?
  • is there a gender bias in the Diaspora community?
  • who are the Diaspora women with more that 1000 followers?

Image credits: UNCTAD WIF 2016 Diaspora Investing for Sustainability

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Diaspora investing for sustainability?

Picture credits: UNCTAD.

The UNCTAD World Investment Forum is taking place in Nairobi, Kenya – gathering about 6000 trade and investment professionals from both private and public sectors.

For many countries, diaspora and expatriate networks are essential. This is not just the case for developing countries. Did you know that France, for example, is a top-5 recipient of remittances (with India, China, Philippines, Mexico) ? France receives more money transfers from its expatriates and migrants, than its total outflow of remittances plus its international aid for Africa together. Remittances have become as essential to the French State budget as they are for many countries of the South.

However, for developing countries, the diaspora is not just essential but often vital: remittances fuel consumption, but also contribute to education and health. What about productive investments and funding for infrastructure projects ? What about startups financing ?

We’ve asked #WIF2016 #UNCTAD14 participants on Twitter their view on how best  diasporas could invest in their home country to contribute to sustainable development goals (SDGs). Those are the results:


Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) comes first.

How easy is it for a country to attract Foreign Direct Investment from (or via) its diaspora? Well, it’s not easy.

But we’ve thought it through and made it easier for Investment Promotion Agencies to reach out to their diaspora and expatriate networks.We use the ‘big data’ to map international business networks and we design targeted approach to diaspora engagement (by geography, by sector), combining real world events and digital communication.

Please, inquire if you think this could useful for your country, your region or your city.

About NamSor

NamSor™ Applied Onomastics is a European vendor of sociolinguistics software (NamSor sorts names). NamSor mission is to help understand international flows of money, ideas and people.
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FDI Magnet is NamSor™ offering for Investment Promotion. We use our unique data mining software to offer differentiated Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) services.
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#GlobalDiasporaDay – looking back at EMM4Dublin and JNDA2016

Today 23rd of June is #GlobalDiasporaDay.

If you follow the link above, you will reach a collection of 14 diaspora conversations, featuring our contribution at EMM4Dublin – the conference organized by ICMPD which took place in Dublin in May, in collaboration with the Irish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and DiasporaMatters. This is a short summary of our contribution (in English).

Just before, in Bordeaux, took place the Journées Nationales des Diasporas Africaines. This is a short video of our contribution at JNDA2016 (in French).

Both conferences were amazing events offering opportunities to share best practices on Diaspora engagement. In Bordeaux, as well as in Dublin, we could hear practical stories on the benefits of Diasporas for economic development of the home and host countries.

About NamSor

NamSor™ Applied Onomastics is a European vendor of Name Recognition Software (NamSor sorts names). NamSor mission is to help understand international flows of money, ideas and people.
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FDI Magnet is NamSor™ offering for Investment Promotion. We use our unique data mining software to offer differentiated Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) services.
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NamSor at RapidMiner Wisdom NYC 2016

In January this year, NamSor founder Elian CARSENAT was at RapidMiner Wisdom conference in New-York City. Discover theCUBE video.

The Big Apple: the World owns a piece.

We’ve analyzed NYC Open Data on Real Property (ACRIS) using RapidMiner with NamSor customer segmentation tool. Based on the socio-linguistics of personal names, we inferred gender, cultural origin and ethnicity to produce various maps and data visualizations.

It is fascinating how diverse New-York is. Who lives in NYC? Who owns a property? How do people vote?

Check out our presentation to discover some of the findings:

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You can try NamSor API for free. NamSor names processing extension is an open source RapidMiner add-on available for download in RapidMiner MarketPlace.

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Mapping, attracting, engaging Scientific Diasporas

Last week, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada took place CSPC2015 – a  symposium to discuss the topic of diaspora scientists and their potential to strengthen international science and technology collaboration in Canada.

We were invited to share some ideas on how to map, attract and engage Diaspora scientists. You’ll find our presentation below.

About NamSor

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NamSor, onomastics applied to GEOINT

Two weeks ago, we participated to the GEOINT conference organized at the French Geographical Society by ENS/Sorbonne. You will find our presentation below (all slides from 3 are in English) :

We will pursue our developments further in this field and participate to Esri Startup Program. Esri is an international supplier of Geographic Information System software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications.

[read in French Onomastique et GEOINT à la Société de Géographie]

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AEB celebrates 20 years of FDI in Russia

The Association of European Businesses (AEB) gathers the largest European foreign investors in Russia and celebrates its 20 years of existence on Thursday 24th September. The AEB was established in 1995 […] to represent and promote the interests of European companies conducting business in and with the Russian Federation. It is chaired by Philippe Pegorier, also President of Alstom in Russia.
The AEB is also the source of independent Russia statistics and industry analysis, and the main source for sales statistics of the Russian automotive market.


Ms Lara Kaute used information published by the AEB, among other sources, to write a master thesis about “Perspectives Of Foreign Direct Investments Into The Russian Automotive Sector In The Current Economic And Political Crisis”. We invited Ms Lara Kaute to share some of her work in a guest post.

Perspectives of FDI into the Russian automotive sector

The economic, financial and political crisis that broke out in Russia in 2014 has contradictory impacts on foreign direct investments. On the one hand, the Russian government strengthened its “import substitution” policy, currency risks made imports risky if not unprofitable, and the fall of the ruble made Russian assets and labour force much cheaper. All this should stimulate foreign businesses to localize their Russia-targeted production in Russia, i.e. to increase the inflow of foreign direct investments into Russia. On the other hand, Western sanctions against Russia restrain various kinds of FDI to the Russian market. Western banks strongly limit their Russia-related activities, which in turn limits the inflow of FDI to Russia.

The automotive sector was the most successful in attracting FDI to Russia until 2013 because of a strong growth in consumer demand from the early 2000’s and policies of the Russian government giving strong advantages to foreign carmakers partly localising their production in the country. Nowadays, about 70% of car manufacturing in Russia is done by foreign companies, which makes foreign involvement key to this sector.

But the automotive industry is also the one which suffers most from the current economic and financial crisis in Russia, with sales of some companies like PSA Peugeot Citroën or Ford about 35% lower in 2014 compared to 2013. The devaluation of the ruble lowered the purchasing power of the population and made imports of tier parts to Russia from abroad much more expensive. The increase in interest rates by the Russian central bank in order to stop the fall of the ruble made new consumption credits unaffordable to Russian consumers, it also made refinancing most difficult to car manufacturers and tier parts suppliers, triggering critical financial situations and defaults. The consequence of both the fall of the ruble and the increase in interest rates is that Russian consumers can afford cars only at lower prices, while car manufacturers face a stringent need to increase their prices, which in turn has a very negative impact on sales volumes. According to Association of European Businesses’ prognosis, only 50% of Russian car production capacities will be used in 2015, i.e. around 1.5 million cars will be produced and sold.

Nevertheless, this study shows that only very few foreign car manufacturers decide to leave Russia. It is believed that the crisis will not last longer than 2 to 3 years and that on a longer term perspective the Russian market stays an attractive one. As far as FDI are concerned, the results of the study are as follows:

– An increase of production capacities is very unlikely to happen in the 2-3 coming years, except for Chinese manufacturers who probably bet on an increase in the low-cost part of the Russian car market.

– An increase in localisation of production activities stays a crucial objective for any car manufacturer planning to stay in Russia: it will take place even though it is a very difficult task.

– Financial support to Russian subsidiaries of foreign companies is likely for any OEM staying in Russia.

– A significant decrease of FDI inflows for a given period and temporary stops of production are the fate of most vulnerable OEMs on the Russian market (with the smallest degrees of localization and less adapted marketing strategies).

– Outflows of FDI (i.e. leaving the Russian market) are a strategic decision of very few companies (e.g. GM)

In order to get the full-fledged analysis, please contact Lara Kaute at lara.kaute(a)

About Lara Kaute,

2015_LaraK Lara graduated in June 2015 from a double master’s degree in Sciences Po Paris and in MGIMO University, in Finance & Strategy and International Relations. Lara is fluent in Russian, French, German and English and she also has a bachelor diploma in Natural Sciences focus Chemistry. Lara’s master thesis about “Perspectives Of Foreign Direct Investments To The Russian Automotive Sector In The Current Political And Economic Crisis” was granted the highest mark among her peers by MGIMO University. With a successful working experience in Air Liquide Russia’s business development unit, she would like to dedicate the coming years of her carrier to developing European businesses in Russia. Lara can be reached at lara.kaute(a) or via Lara on LinkedIn.

About FDIMagnet,

FDIMagnet is NamSor™ offering for Investment Promotion. We use our unique data mining software to offer differentiated Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) services:

–   Diaspora Direct Investments (DDI)
–   Smart Investors Targeting & CRM
–   FDI Targeted Communication

We leverage the ‘big data’ and large commercial databases covering all countries/regions, including the Russian Federation. Follow @FDIMagnet, join the LinkedIn group or email us at

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NamSor Extension for RapidMiner 6.5

RapidMiner empowers enterprises to easily mashup data, create predictive models and operationalize predictive analytics within any business process.It is a leading mining tool for the ‘big data’.

At RapidMiner Wisdom 2015, the user conference that took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia – a new release was launched with two forever free editions and one commercial edition of RapidMiner™ Studio 6.5.

We’ve also updated our Names Processing Extension for RapidMiner and it offers all the functions found in NamSor API :

  • Parse a Personal Name
  • Infer Gender from a Personal Name
  • Infer Origin from a Personal Name

It is found in the MarketPlace:

2015_NamSor_Ext_For_RapidMiner_65as well as on github.

Combined with RapidMiner other extensions, it can be used for many different use cases, in academic, public and private sectors, for example:

  • Gender Studies,
  • Migration Research,
  • Travel Industry,
  • ‘Big Data’ and predictive analytics,
  • Segmentation for Sentiment Analysis

You’ll find below our presentation at RapidMiner Wisdom

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[AGENDA] Paris GEOINT Conference

[UPDATE] read NamSor #GEOINT presentation at the French Geographical Society.

On 11/12 September in Paris, an international conference will gather geospatial intelligence professionals at the French Geographical Society (founded in 1827).

The scientific committee includes eminent researchers from Panthéon-Sorbonne University, IFG/Paris8, ENS, Bordeaux University as well as GEOINT professionals from the public and private sector (Ministry of Defense, Airbus Defense and Space).

Elian Carsenat, founder of NamSor, will present several applications of onomastics to mine the ‘big data’, infer valuable intelligence about identity and territories.

Other contributors include speakers from : DRM (French Military Intelligence), MoD, CNES, Magellium, IGN, GEO4I, GEO2012, THALES, Geodec Consult, DGGN (Ministry of Interior Affairs), ONERA, Carmenta, Spallian, ESRI, Luciad.

Please find below, the detailed agenda and location of the event:

Colloque international

Sous la direction de Philippe Boulanger

(Professeur à l’Institut français de géopolitique, Université Paris VIII)

Geospatial Intelligence

Révolution technologique, représentation spatiale et analyse géopolitique

En partenariat avec le département de géographie de l’Ecole normale supérieure-Ulm Airbus Defense and Space


Société de géographie

Grand amphithéâtre

184 bd Saint-Germain (VIe arr.), Paris

Vendredi 11 et samedi 12 septembre 2015

Entrée libre et sans réservation


Colonel Philippe Arnaud (directeur, BGHOM, Ministère de la Défense), Pr Pierre Beckouche (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne), Renaud Bellais (Direction des affaires publiques, Airbus Group), Pr Philippe Boulanger (Président, Institut français de géopolitique, Université Paris VIII), Pr Emmanuèle Cunningham-Sabot (Directrice du département de géographie de l’Ecole normale supérieure de Paris), Col. Gilles Darricau (EMA, Ministère de la Défense), Pr Sébastien Laurent (Université de Bordeaux), Pr Barbara Loyer (Directrice de l’Institut français de géopolitique, Université Paris VIII), Myriam Fargues (Maître de conférences, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne), Alexandre Papaemmanuel (Grand Compte, Fonction Renseignement, Airbus Defense and Space), Pr Yann Richard (Directeur UFR de géographie, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne)

Vendredi 11 septembre

9h00 : Ouverture

Séance 1 : Le Geoint en appui des opérations

Président : Pr Philippe Boulanger (Institut français de géopolitique, Université Paris VIII)

9h15-9h45 : « Le centre Geoint des armées françaises: un centre d’excellence à la Direction du renseignement militaire, en appui des opérations » par le Général Christophe Gomart (Directeur du Renseignement militaire)

9h45-10h15 : « Observation spatiale militaire : enjeux et perspectives » par le Général Jean- Daniel Testé (Directeur du Commandement interarmées de l’espace)

10h15-10h30 : Discussion 10h30-11h00 : Pause

Séance 2 : Le Geoint : nouveaux enjeux, nouveaux équilibres
Président : Alexandre Papaemmanuel (Grand Compte, Fonction Renseignement, Airbus Defense and Space) ou autre responsable Airbus

11h00-11h20 : « Développement des applications spatiales, Quand les activités de Prospective et de Veille dans les autres pays alimentent un nouvel axe de Geoint » par Murielle Lafaye (CNES) et Thierry Rousselin (Magellium).

11h20-11h40 : « La géovisualisation, outil d’analyse Geoint » par Vincent Caillard (IGN).

11h40-12h00 : « Le tournant de la géographie descriptive et géométrique vers le raisonnement géospatial intégré ».par Alain Zumsteeg (Délégation générale de l’armement, Département géographie physique).

12h00-12h15 : Discussion
Séance 3 : Le Geoint : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles réflexions Président : Pr Yann Richard (Université Panthéon-Sorbonne)

14h00-14h20 : « Les enjeux sociétaux de la géolocalisation : Geoint et analyse géopolitique » par Eric Morel (Directeur Défense et sécurité, Geospatial, Airbus Defense and Space) et Philippe Boulanger (IFG-Université Paris VIII)

14h20-14h40 : « Le Geoint, un outil d’action au service de la sécurité » par Jean-Philippe Morisseau et Lionel Kerrello (GEO4I)

14h40-15h00 : « Réflexions et propositions pour les minimiser dans le monde du Geoint » par Nicolas Saporiti (Geo2012)

15h00-15h20 : « Les outils d’aujourd’hui au service du Geoint de demain : analyse prédictive et incursion sur le big data » par Philippe Larde (Thalès Communications-Security)

15h20-15h40 : « Du « Geoint », slogan percutant mais réducteur d’une agence américaine…à la maîtrise de l’aide à la décision, véritable enjeu mondial d’influence et de gouvernance ! » par Jean-Armel Hubault (Geodec Consult)

15h40-16h00 : « Vers un cadre juridique pour le développement du Geoint : point de rencontre ou synthèse des droits ? » par Numa Isnard (IDEST – Université Paris Sud)

16h00-16h15 : Discussion 16h15-16h45 : Pause
Séance 4 : Table ronde Formations au Geoint et perspectives (16h45-18h30) Président : Pr Sébastien Laurent (Université de Bordeaux)

« L’information géospatiale produite à des fins de sécurité civile et son intérêt pour l’analyse géopolitique (Réflexions autour d’une expérience d’enseignement) » par Myriam Fargues

(Université Panthéon-Sorbonne)

« Réflexions sur un curriculum Geoint pour futurs managers sur la base des expériences 1999-2015 de Mines ParisTech et NTNU Trondheim » par Thierry Rousselin (Responsable du cours MP18 « Geointelligence for Natural Resource Evaluation and Sustainable Management », Honorary Professor Monget Jean Marie, créateur et animateur du cours de 1999 à 2006), Prof Emeritus Sinding Larsen Richard (créateur et animateur du cours NTNU1

« Geointelligence for Natural Resource Evaluation and Sustainable Management » de 1999 à 2010), Karine Guérin (chargée de cours MP18 à Mines ParisTech)

« Formation géopolitique et Geoint » par Barbara Loyer (Professeur et directrice de l’Institut français de géopolitique, Université Paris VIII)

« Quelle formation pour le renseignement géospatial? » par Bernard Kientz (Airbus Defence and Space)

Samedi 12 septembre
Séance 5 : Les outils du Geoint, l’analyse prédictive et la sécurité
Président : Renaud Bellais (Direction des affaires publiques, Airbus Group)

9h00-9h20 : « Un outil prototype de Geoint en gendarmerie : le SC2 ou la cartographie de l’éphémère pour la gestion de crise » par LcL Thibault Lucazeau et Cen (TA) Christophe Blanc (Direction des opérations, DGGN, Ministère de l’Intérieur).

9h20-9h40 : « Comment le ROIM peut-il contribuer au Geoint ? Quelques éléments de réponse »

Par Alain Michel (ONERA)

9h40-10h00 : « Les réalités du Geoint dans le cadre d’opérations extérieures (OPEX) à caractère multinational » par Marie Laboureix et Mans Beckman (Carmenta)
10h00-10h15 : Discussion 10h15-10h45 : Pause

Séance 6 : Les outils du Geoint et la gestion des données

Président : Jean Gusinel (journaliste spécialisé sur les questions de défense et de sécurité, Le Point)

10h45-11h05 : « Cartographier la Big Data ou comment ancrer l’intelligence économique dans le XXIe siècle » par Guillaume Farde (Spallian)

11h05-11h25 : « Le SIG une plateforme centrale pour le Geoint » par Jérémie Majerowicz (ESRI)

11h25-11h45 : « L’onomastique appliquée au décryptage des enjeux identitaires et de territoire » par Elian Carsenat (

11h45-12h05 : « Luciad et le Geoint » par Jérôme Lutz (Luciad)

12h15-Conclusion du colloque

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RussoScopie becomes NamSor for Russia

We’ve now integrated RussoScopie – a service to monitor the Russian Media and access valuable databases about the businesses in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan – into NamSor list of valuable data sources, for

– risk management,

– social sciences (migration studies, geography, geopolitics) and international affairs,

– competitive analysis, specially in the industrial and energy sector,

– compliance / KYC, specially in the banking sector.

NamSor, combined with RussoScopie/INTEGRUM, provides a unique capability to analyze the position of the international business community and the current status of Foreign Direct Investments in Russia.

Russian Media Monitor

RussoScopie provides access to INTEGRUM, the  leading  electronic collection of Russian and CIS mass media – with exclusive distribution rights in the French speaking countries and non-exclusive distribution rights elsewhere (in collaboration with Integrum WW).

INTEGRUM professional databases cover Russian newspapers, magazines, teletypes of information agencies, analytical and statistical bulletins, texts of laws, decrees, blogs etc. 

INTEGRUM offers a unified search engine, automatic translation to English, topics monitoring, text analytics, RSS feeds and much more.

We can help you build your own business case : revenues growth, risk management, PR monitoring, B2C brand management, B2B customer relationship, compliance / KYC, competitive intelligence, …

INTEGRUM aggregates more than 10,000 data sources:

Data Source Type Count
Media: Russian Central Press 545
Media: Russian Information agencies 144
Media: Russian Regional press 1521
Media: Russian Regional news agencies 111
Media: Russian The foreign press 38
Media: Russian Foreign news agencies 21
Media: Russian Press CIS 132
Media: Russian News agencies of the CIS 52
Media: Russian Central online edition 1088
Media: Russian Regional Internet publications 833
Media: Russian Foreign Internet publications 229
Media: Russian Corporate publications online 70
Media: Russian Central TV and Radio 7
Media: Russian Central TV and Radio online 38
Media: Russian Regional TV and Radio 79
Media: Russian Regional TV and Radio online 122
Media: Russian International TV and radio 2
Media: Russian International TV and Radio online 4
Russian Official information agencies 382
Russian Blogs – 2M number of communities 10
Russian Archives. national media 1437
Russian Archives. regional media 1603
Russian Archives. foreign media 314
Integrum newspaper 1
Russian Financial and stock news 33
Russian Address-reference database 154
Russian Business information / Analysis 184
Russian Legislation 156
Russian Online library 57
Russian Directory of industrial products 72
Russian Personalities 33
Russian Statistical informations 141
Russian Regional geography 13
Russian Photo Archive 7
Business security / compliance / KYC 73
Russian Library of World Literature 601
Russian Libraries 134

This includes Russian media published in different countries, such as: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, United Kingdom, Germany, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, China, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, USA, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Sweden, Estonia.

Combining INTEGRUM with NamSor can generate unique insights into what’s on top of the agenda in Russia -as reflected by traditional and social media- across all industries, in a specific sectors, as well as in external affairs.


Russian Business Databases

We provide financial institutions, corporate clients, governmental bodies and consultants with databases, innovative tools and robust integration patterns to implement an effective business intelligence strategy focused on the Russian market.


INTEGRUM COMPANIES is a new analytical service offering official information on more than 8 million Russian and foreign companies as well as private entrepreneurs in Russia. INTEGRUM offers both depth and breadth of business information, across all industry sectors: legal and financial data, directors and key decision makers, RFPs, licences, patents, contracts …

MULTILINGUAL MULTI-SOURCE INTEGRATIONFor global players with needs to cross-check information accross different languages, different data sources (such as ISI Emerging Markets, Ruslana Bureau Van Dijk, CEDROM-SNi, Factiva Dow Jones, LexisNexis, fDi Markets, Thomson Reuters or Bloomberg, etc.) we offer :

– integration patterns to filter, aggregate, validate, route information to the right person,
– automatic translation, combined with selective manual translation (in-house or outsourced),
– text and data analytics to support a particular decision making process.


We help you leverage your existing contacts, professional databases, social networks, consultants. We use tools such as sociolinguistics and graph theory to help you reach your objectives and get access to the right people at the right time.


Russian Scientific Databases

We’ve also integrated the leading Russian scientific databases in our bibliometrics offering that was presented during IREG international conference on academic excellence.  Read our brochure (PDF) 201505_NamSor_For_Sciences_v3.00

About NamSor

NamSor™ Applied Onomastics is a European vendor of Name Recognition Software (NamSor sorts names). NamSor mission is to help understand international flows of money, ideas and people.

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