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These excerpts taken from the IHS 10-K filed Jan 23, 2009.

Overview

        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information market. Our customers rely on our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide Critical Information and Insight to meet our customers' needs, which include providing insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, assessing national or corporate security issues, and forecasting the broad economic outlook across the globe. IHS customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing business in more than 180 countries.

        At the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. Customers access these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the combination of our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media such as print and DVD. We further transform our Critical Information into Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.

        IHS has a leading position in attractive markets. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous databases of critical information, software tools, search interfaces and other useful applications residing on top of the data, and analytical services. As a result of our subscription- based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. IHS is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009 and employs approximately 3,800 people in 20 countries.

Overview

        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information market. Our customers rely on our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide Critical Information and Insight to meet our customers' needs, which include providing insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, assessing national or corporate security issues, and forecasting the broad economic outlook across the globe. IHS customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing business in more than 180 countries.

        At the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. Customers access these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the combination of our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media such as print and DVD. We further transform our Critical Information into Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.

        IHS has a leading position in attractive markets. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous databases of critical information, software tools, search interfaces and other useful applications residing on top of the data, and analytical services. As a result of our subscription- based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. IHS is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009 and employs approximately 3,800 people in 20 countries.

Overview





        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information
market. Our customers rely on our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide Critical Information and Insight to meet our
customers' needs, which include providing insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, assessing national or corporate security
issues, and forecasting the broad economic outlook across the globe. IHS customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing
business in more than 180 countries.



        At
the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into
Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical
user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. Customers access these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the
combination of our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media such as print and DVD. We further
transform our Critical Information into Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.



        IHS
has a leading position in attractive markets. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous databases of critical information, software tools, search
interfaces and other useful applications residing on top of the data, and analytical services. As a result of our subscription- based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate
recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced
management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. IHS is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009 and employs approximately
3,800 people in 20 countries.





Overview





        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information
market. Our customers rely on our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide Critical Information and Insight to meet our
customers' needs, which include providing insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, assessing national or corporate security
issues, and forecasting the broad economic outlook across the globe. IHS customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing
business in more than 180 countries.



        At
the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into
Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical
user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. Customers access these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the
combination of our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media such as print and DVD. We further
transform our Critical Information into Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.



        IHS
has a leading position in attractive markets. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous databases of critical information, software tools, search
interfaces and other useful applications residing on top of the data, and analytical services. As a result of our subscription- based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate
recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced
management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. IHS is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2009 and employs approximately
3,800 people in 20 countries.





These excerpts taken from the IHS 10-K filed Jan 24, 2008.

Overview

        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information market. Our customers rely on our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide information-driven solutions to meet our customers' needs, which include gaining insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, and assessing national or corporate security issues. IHS customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing business in more than 180 countries.

        At the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. We deliver these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the combination of our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media. We further transform our Critical Information into Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.

        IHS has a leading position in vertical markets we serve. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous software tools, search interfaces, and analytical services. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. We have been in business since 1959 and employ more than 3,000 people worldwide.

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Overview



        IHS is a leading provider and comprehensive source of Critical Information and Insight in a sizable and growing global information market. Our customers rely on
our products and services to facilitate crucial decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity. We provide information-driven solutions to meet our customers' needs, which include
gaining insight into global energy market movements, managing product lifecycles, meeting growing environmental challenges, and assessing national or corporate security issues. IHS customers range
from governments and large multinational corporations to small companies and technical professionals, doing business in more than 180 countries.



        At
the heart of our Critical Information products and services is data obtained from public sources, third parties, and our own proprietary databases. We transform that data into
Critical Information and Insight that is both useful to our customers and available where and when they need it by combining data with our proprietary and third-party technology to create graphical
user interfaces, interactive search and navigation tools, and online databases. We deliver these products primarily through Internet-based applications and portals. In many cases, the combination of
our data with these Internet-based tools provides the customer with a unique solution. Some products are also delivered through traditional media. We further transform our Critical Information into
Insight products and services with analysis from our teams of experts.



        IHS
has a leading position in vertical markets we serve. We sell our offerings primarily though online subscriptions to our numerous software tools, search interfaces, and analytical
services. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS also has a scalable operating model that we believe
offers significant operating leverage. Our compelling strategies, discussed later, combined with an experienced management team continue to drive profitable growth. IHS was organized as a Delaware
corporation in 1994. We have been in business since 1959 and employ more than 3,000 people worldwide.



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This excerpt taken from the IHS DEF 14A filed Mar 22, 2007.

Overview

The Committee recognizes that key to our business is the quality and talent of our people. The goal of our executive compensation program is to align executive compensation with shareholder interests, attract, retain and motivate highly qualified executive talent, and provide appropriate rewards for achievement of business objectives and growth in shareholder value.

The major components of compensation for executive officers are base salary, short-term performance-based incentives in the form of annual cash bonuses and long-term incentives in the form of equity grants. Each component of the executive compensation package emphasizes a different aspect of our compensation philosophy. Annually, the Committee reviews quantitative and qualitative measures of corporate and individual performance in assessing compensation levels of executive officers. This review evaluates the performance of IHS both on a short- and long-term basis. The program specifically offers:

·       Base pay that is competitive with relevant industry market data.

·       Short-term incentive opportunity that is competitive with the market and provides an upside opportunity when actual performance exceeds goals. Performance measures under this plan should foster long-term growth, innovation, and sustained value creation.

·       Long-term incentives to ensure alignment of individual performance with shareholder interests of long-term growth and achievement of the company’s business objectives.

Each of these components is discussed in further detail below.

The Committee compares senior management compensation levels with those of a peer group of 13 companies that represent potential competition for executive talent and operated in similar service and data industries (the “Compensation Peer Group”). (1)  This benchmark data is provided by the outside compensation consultant and is size-adjusted to match the relative size of our company versus the companies in the Compensation Peer Group. The consultant develops competitive market references for base salary, annual incentives, and long-term incentives (including all forms of equity compensation) based on our compensation philosophy. Market practices for supplemental benefits are also documented.


(1)          The Compensation Peer Group for this purpose consists of the following companies:  Acxiom Corporation; Arbitron Inc.; ChoicePoint Inc.; The Corporate Executive Board; The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation; Equifax Inc.; FactSet Research Systems Inc.; Fair Isaac Corporation; Gartner, Inc.; Getty Images, Inc.; John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; Moody’s Corporation;  and ProQuest Company.

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It is the Committee’s practice to target compensation levels for each executive and all executives as a group at approximately the 50th percentile of the Compensation Peer Group. Variance around the 50th percentile will occur as the Committee considers other relevant factors such as individual and company performance, experience in position, and succession planning.

This excerpt taken from the IHS 10-K filed Jan 24, 2007.

Overview

IHS is one of the leading global providers of critical technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. We have developed a comprehensive collection of technical information that is highly relevant to the industries we serve. Our decision-support tools enable our customers to quickly and easily search and analyze this information and integrate it into their work flows. Our operational, research, and strategic advisory services combine this information and these tools with our extensive industry expertise to meet the needs of our customers. Our customers rely on these offerings to facilitate decision-making, support key processes, and improve productivity.

Our customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries. We sell our offerings primarily through subscriptions. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS has been in business for more than 45 years and employs approximately 2,500 people around the world. We manage our business through our Energy and Engineering operating segments.

Our Energy segment develops and delivers critical oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to major global energy producers and oil companies. We also provide decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. For example, major global oil companies use our offerings to support a broad range of decision-making processes that identify attractive exploration investments, assess the likelihood of successful oil production projects, and develop detailed planning scenarios.

Our Engineering segment provides offerings in two broad categories of products: technical standards and parts information. These products include a broad range of technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information for customers in our targeted industries. We deliver this critical content through decision-support tools that enhance the accessibility and usability of this information. We offer targeted services that are designed to maximize the utilization and integration of our information within our customers’ business processes. We serve some of the largest engineering-intensive companies around the world in the defense, aerospace, construction, energy, electronics, and automotive industries. For example, we provide some of the largest aerospace companies with desktop access to industry specifications and standards; parts, logistics, and procurement data; engineering methods; and related analytical tools.

We were organized as a Delaware corporation in 1994. For financial information about our segments and geographic areas, you should read our consolidated financial statements included elsewhere in this Form 10-K.

This excerpt taken from the IHS 10-Q filed Sep 29, 2006.

Overview

        IHS is one of the leading global providers of critical technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. We have developed a comprehensive collection of technical information that is highly relevant to the industries we serve. Our decision-support tools enable our customers to quickly and easily search and analyze this information and integrate it into their work flows. Our operational, research, and strategic advisory services combine this information and these tools with our extensive industry expertise to meet the needs of our customers. Our customers rely on these offerings to facilitate decision making, support key processes, and improve productivity. Our customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries. We manage our business through our Energy and Engineering operating segments.

        Our Energy segment develops and delivers critical oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to major global energy producers and oil companies. We also provide decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. For example, major global oil companies use our offerings to support a broad range of decision-making processes that identify attractive exploration investments, assess the likelihood of successful oil production projects, and develop detailed planning scenarios.

        Our Engineering segment provides offerings in two broad categories of products: technical standards and parts information. These products include a broad range of technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information for customers in our targeted industries. We also have expertise in developing decision-support tools that enhance the accessibility and usability of this information. We offer targeted advisory services that are designed to maximize the utilization and integration of our information within our customers' business processes. We serve some of the largest engineering-intensive companies around the world in the defense, aerospace,

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construction, electronics, and automotive industries. For example, we provide some of the largest aerospace companies with desktop access to industry specifications and standards; parts, logistics, and procurement data; engineering methods; and related analytical tools.

        We sell our offerings primarily through subscriptions. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. We generally recognize revenue from subscriptions (which are usually for one-year periods) ratably over the term of the subscription. However, our business does have seasonal aspects. For example, certain sales of non-deferred subscriptions occur most frequently in our first and fourth quarters. Consequently, we generally recognize a greater percentage of our revenue and income in those quarters. Also, our first quarter benefits from the inclusion of the results from CERAWeek, an annual energy executive gathering.

        Subscriptions are generally paid in full within one to two months after the subscription period commences. As a result, the timing of our cash flows generally precedes the recognition of revenue and income. Due to the historical timing and alignment of our sales to correspond to certain of our customers' budget and funding cycles, our cash flow provided by operating activities tends to be higher in the first half of our fiscal year as we receive subscription payments.

        We serve some of the world's largest corporations across multiple industries, as well as governments and other organizations, in more than 100 countries. We generate approximately half of our total revenue from outside the United States. Our primary operations outside the United States are in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Switzerland. Our operating profit outside the United States has historically exceeded our domestic operating profit.

This excerpt taken from the IHS 10-Q filed Jul 11, 2006.

Overview

IHS is one of the leading global providers of critical technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. We have developed a comprehensive collection of technical information that is highly relevant to the industries we serve. Our decision-support tools enable our customers to quickly and easily search and analyze this information and integrate it into their work flows. Our operational, research, and strategic advisory services combine this information and these tools with our extensive industry expertise to meet the needs of our customers. Our customers rely on these offerings to facilitate decision making, support key processes, and improve productivity. Our customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries. We manage our business through our Energy and Engineering operating segments.

Our Energy segment develops and delivers critical oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to major global energy producers and oil companies. We also provide decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. For example, major global oil companies use our offerings to support a broad range of decision-making processes that identify attractive exploration investments, assess the likelihood of successful oil production projects, and develop detailed planning scenarios.

Our Engineering segment provides offerings in two broad categories of products:  technical standards and parts information. These products include a broad range of technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information for customers in our targeted industries. We also have expertise in developing decision-support tools that enhance the accessibility and usability of this information. We offer targeted advisory services that are designed to maximize the utilization and integration of our information within our customers’ business processes. We serve some of the largest engineering-intensive companies around the world in the defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. For example, we provide some of the largest aerospace companies with desktop access to industry specifications and standards; parts, logistics, and procurement data; engineering methods; and related analytical tools.

We sell our offerings primarily through subscriptions. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. We generally recognize revenue from subscriptions (which are usually for one-year periods) ratably over the term of the subscription. However, our business does have seasonal aspects. For example, certain sales of non-deferred subscriptions occur most frequently in our first and fourth quarters. Consequently, we generally recognize a greater percentage of our revenue and

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income in those quarters. Also, our first quarter benefits from the inclusion of the results from CERAWeek, an annual energy executive gathering.

Subscriptions are generally paid in full within one to two months after the subscription period commences. As a result, the timing of our cash flows generally precedes the recognition of revenue and income. Due to the historical timing and alignment of our sales to correspond to certain of our customers’ budget and funding cycles, our cash flow provided by operating activities tends to be higher in the first half of our fiscal year as we receive subscription payments.

We serve some of the world’s largest corporations across multiple industries, as well as governments and other organizations, in more than 100 countries. We generate approximately half of our total revenue from outside the United States. Our primary operations outside the United States are in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Switzerland. Our operating profit outside the United States has historically exceeded our domestic operating profit.

This excerpt taken from the IHS 10-Q filed Apr 4, 2006.

Overview

 

IHS is one of the leading global providers of critical technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. We have developed a comprehensive collection of technical information that is highly relevant to the industries we serve. Our decision-support tools enable our customers to quickly and easily search and analyze this information and integrate it into their work flows. Our operational, research, and strategic advisory services combine this information and these tools with our extensive industry expertise to meet the needs of our customers. Our customers rely on these offerings to facilitate decision making, support key processes, and improve productivity. Our customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries. We manage our business through our Energy and Engineering operating segments.

 

Our Energy segment develops and delivers critical oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to major global energy producers and oil companies. We also provide decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. For example, major global oil companies use our offerings to support a broad range of decision-making processes that identify attractive exploration investments, assess the likelihood of successful oil production projects, and develop detailed planning scenarios.

 

Our Engineering segment provides offerings in two broad categories of products:  technical standards and parts information. These products include a broad range of technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information for customers in our targeted industries. We also have expertise in developing decision-support tools that enhance the accessibility and usability of this information. We offer targeted advisory services that are designed to maximize the utilization and integration of our information within our customers’ business processes. We serve some of the largest engineering-intensive companies around the world in the defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. For example, we provide some of the largest aerospace companies with desktop access to industry specifications and standards; parts, logistics, and procurement data; engineering methods; and related analytical tools.

 

We sell our offerings primarily through subscriptions. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. We generally recognize revenue from subscriptions (which are usually for one-year periods) ratably over the term of the subscription. However, our business does have seasonal aspects. For example, certain sales of non-deferred subscriptions occur most frequently in our first and fourth quarters. Consequently, we generally recognize a greater percentage of our revenue and

 

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income in those quarters. Also, our first quarter benefits from the inclusion of the results from CERAWeek, an annual energy executive gathering.

 

Subscriptions are generally paid in full within one to two months after the subscription period commences. As a result, the timing of our cash flows generally precedes the recognition of revenue and income. Due to the historical timing and alignment of our sales to correspond to certain of our customers’ budget and funding cycles, our cash flow provided by operating activities tends to be higher in our first fiscal quarter as we receive subscription payments.

 

We serve some of the world’s largest corporations across multiple industries, as well as governments and other organizations, in more than 100 countries. We generate approximately half of our total revenue from outside the United States. Our primary operations outside the United States are in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Switzerland. Our operating profit outside the United States has historically exceeded our domestic operating profit.

 

This excerpt taken from the IHS 10-K filed Jan 24, 2006.

Overview

        IHS is one of the leading global providers of critical technical information, decision-support tools, and related services to customers in the energy, defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. We have developed a comprehensive collection of technical information that is highly relevant to the industries we serve. Our decision-support tools enable our customers to quickly and easily search and analyze this information and integrate it into their work flows. Our operational, research, and strategic advisory services combine this information and these tools with our extensive industry expertise to meet the needs of our customers. Our customers rely on these offerings to facilitate decision making, support key processes, and improve productivity.

        Our customers range from governments and large multinational corporations to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 100 countries. We sell our offerings primarily through subscriptions. As a result of our subscription-based business model and historically high renewal rates, we generate recurring revenue and cash flow. IHS has been in business for more than 45 years and employs more than 2,300 people around the world. We manage our business through our Energy and Engineering operating segments.

        Our Energy segment develops and delivers critical oil and gas industry data on exploration, development, production, and transportation activities to major global energy producers and oil companies. We also provide decision-support tools and operational, research, and strategic advisory services to these customers, as well as to utilities and transportation, petrochemical, coal, and power companies. For example, major global oil companies use our offerings to support a broad range of decision-making processes that identify attractive exploration investments, assess the likelihood of successful oil production projects, and develop detailed planning scenarios.

        Our Engineering segment provides offerings in two broad categories of products: technical standards and parts information. These products include a broad range of technical specifications and standards, regulations, parts data, design guides, and other information for customers in our targeted industries. We also have expertise in developing decision-support tools that enhance the accessibility and usability of this information. We offer targeted advisory services that are designed to maximize the utilization and integration of our information within our customers' business processes. We serve some of the largest engineering-intensive companies around the world in the defense, aerospace, construction, electronics, and automotive industries. For example, we provide some of the largest aerospace companies with desktop access to industry specifications and standards; parts, logistics, and procurement data; engineering methods; and related analytical tools.

        For financial information about our segments and geographic areas, you should read our consolidated financial statements included elsewhere in this Form 10-K.

        We were incorporated in the state of Delaware in 1994 and completed our initial public offering on November 16, 2005. Our principal executive offices are located at 15 Inverness Way East, Englewood, Colorado 80112 and our telephone number is (303) 790-0600. We also maintain an Internet site at www.ihs.com. Our common stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "IHS."

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