Pop Up Library Launched into UK Market

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We are excited to be expanding the reach of Pop Up Library into the United Kingdom. Customers who attended the collectionHQ Forum in London on September 25th were the first UK libraries to witness the power of Pop Up Library, with a special presentation from Kelvin Watson of Broward County Libraries Division, FL, where devices have been installed at locations across the community – including the Fort Lauderdale International Airport!

Sales of Pop Up Library in the UK will be managed by Jamie Wright, Account Manager with collectionHQ, who has already reported strong interest from libraries and local transport companies in the devices which offer instant access to the library’s collection from any location.

Scott Crawford, Vice President Digital & Software Products at Baker & Taylor, commented: “The UK is the longest serving collectionHQ market, and so partnering with the team in Glasgow to drive interest in Pop Up Library is invaluable and paves the way for further synergy between collectionHQ and the wider Baker & Taylor team.”

This team effort is also integral to the development of Enhanced Title Selection (ETS). ETS will facilitate more sales of ESP Enterprise and support the continued provision of a wide range of value-added services to Baker & Taylor customers by integrating collectionHQ, ESP, First Look and CDMS to offer the Collection Development team, led by Martin Warzala, a powerful new tool to support more efficient, evidence-based purchasing decisions.

We’re excited to work with you! For more information contact your sales consultant, email btinfo@baker-taylor.com or call 800-775-1800.

 

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