New LexisNexis Online Store Goes Live

New LexisNexis Online Store Goes Live
18 Mar 2016

March saw the launch of LexisNexis South Africa’s new online-store, giving customers easy access to LexisNexis products with updated features and a more user-friendly platform. In celebration of the new LexisNexis e-store, several launch special offers are available including a ten percent discount for existing e-store customers on their first purchase.

Known for harnessing leading-edge technology and world-class content to help professionals work in faster, easier and more effective ways, LexisNexis South Africa has invested a great deal of time and effort to create an online store with superior accessibility via mobile phone, tablet and computer.

Commercial Director Thabo Molefe said: “Customers can easily order any print, mobile or e-book title on the go. And for online products, requesting a quote or a free trial is simple.”

“Furthermore, existing e-store customers, who were registered on the old version, need not worry about re-registering on the new online store as their profiles have already been automatically migrated to our new store,” he added.

LexisNexis’ online store provides direct access to purchase law, tax, and financial services publications as well as relevant student books and ebooks.

Since its launch in South Africa 82 years ago as the local arm of British print publishing house, Butterworths, LexisNexis has continued to combine the best of local knowledge in Butterworths with innovative global technology in LexisNexis. Traditional print offerings are complemented with sophisticated, yet simple to use online research tools, digital libraries and mobile solutions that provide answers in increasingly complex environments.

For more information, call 0860 765 432, email [email protected] or visit the online bookstore at

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