Saturday, February 6, 2016

Findmypast Announces a Raft of New Partnerships as Part of its U.S. Growth Strategy

I received this press release from Findmypast today:



Salt Lake City: 6 February 2016
Time: 7am MT9am EST2pm GMT

Leading family history site, Findmypast announced today at RootsTech a range of new global partnerships with leading technology providers. This will further strengthen its reach in the U. S. as well as U.K. markets.
The raft of new partnerships include deals with RootsMagic, Legacy Family Tree, FamilySearch, Family-Historian, Puzzilla, Billion Graves and RootsCity. Findmypast will make its vast record collection of more than 8 billion records available to customers via these partners. The rollout of these partnerships will begin in 2016, with exact dates to be detailed later.
Customers using these various family history products will benefit from having Findmypast’s record collection embedded within the actual product in ways that each partner determines will benefit their customers most.  Adding to the excitement, Findmypast also announced that in 2016 it will build on its extensive British and Irish data base by adding hundreds of millions of new U.S. records including the most comprehensive collection of US marriage records available anywhere. 
Commenting Ben Bennett, Executive Vice-President North America and International for Findmypast said:
2016 is going to see us expanding our partnerships across the U.S. Our aim is to provide our customers with more and more records and family history resources to aid them in their family history research.  Regardless of where the customer is doing the research, Findmypast will bring the full benefit of the more than 8 billion records that Findmypast has in order to help them discover more about their family.” 

Taking these essential steps to creating a healthy ecosystem of partnerships will help ensure that those searching for ancestors who have lived in the UK and/or the US can take full advantage of Findmypast’s world class record collections.
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1 comment:

T said...

I hadn't seen this spammer for a long time! She seems to have had a run of bad luck again. Or is it good luck?
As for findmypast, a little competition for! I'm subscribed to FMP and have had some good luck there.