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Our commitment to help your library improve resource management and discovery is evidenced through regular enhancements and updates to our 360 service suite. This past week, enhancements that fulfill specific development requests from customers to streamline their experience when using the Client Center were released, including:

  •  Enhanced support for Get It Now from Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) in 360 Link: A new option enables clients to select which specific resources display the Copyright Clearance Center’s Get It Now link on the 360 Link results page.
  • Cost Uploader changes in 360 Counter and 360 Resource Manager: Bulk importing and uploading costs just got easier with new enhancements to the Upload Status page featuring a streamlined user interface.

For further assistance, training or answers to questions about your Serials Solutions services, current clients can contact us, attend a training webinar, view our short video tutorials, or review release notes for each service.

If you are not a Serials Solutions client, please contact us for further information about how we can help you improve discovery and management at your library.

06 Oct 2013 | Posted by Ashley Bass

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