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ProQuest and the Ex Libris® Group understand that researchers and librarians search for and manage content using solutions from different providers. Today, the two companies announced a collaboration to make their key services work better together to improve user experience and support customer choice.

The most immediate benefit for mutual customers will be the indexing of dozens of ProQuest's most widely used content databases in the Ex Libris Primo® Central Index of scholarly electronic resources. When the first stage of work is completed, ProQuest’s ebrary® and EBL-Ebook Library® collections will become discoverable by all Primo Central users as well.

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27 Jan 2014 | Posted by Shannon Janeczek

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