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The University of Waikato has designed a new library system utilizing Intota™, and they are eager to benefit from the more streamlined workflow and integration with other library systems.

Focusing on the transformation and evolution of workflow, Intota v1 addresses two major challenges libraries face today: collection assessment and e-resource management. By combining industry-leading discovery, linking, collection management and assessment in one system, Intota fundamentally changes how libraries service their users.

Ross Hallett, university librarian, University of Waikato, says, “We already successfully use a number of ProQuest products, including Summon® as our resource discovery service, and look forward to a truly new library system, designed from the ground up.”

Read the entire press release here.

07 May 2015

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