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Now in beta testing, process eliminates manual updates for demand-driven workflow and optimizes discovery.

ProQuest is streamlining librarian workflows by automating holdings updates for its ebooks businesses, ebrary and EBL - Ebook Library in the knowledgebase supporting the Summon® service as well as its 360 discovery and management services. The process, which is currently in beta testing, eliminates the need for librarians to manually load records and set holdings. Data that supports Demand-Driven Acquisition models will be automatically updated, making it simple for libraries to improve “just in time” collection development strategies.

07 Nov 2013

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