ProQuest is going global. Global in the sense of crossing product categories to bring a universal user experience, global as in “multinational,” and global in that the company is not limiting itself to a single library market segment or user group... That’s what ProQuest CEO Kurt P. Sanford said during an interview during the Frankfurt Book Fair last fall... what’s clear about the full narrative is that Sanford’s a man who knows his business. He speaks with the unhesitating assurance of someone who has really thought about markets, products, and trends to put together a cohesive strategy.
Research Information Interviews Kurt Sanford, CEO of ProQuest
CEO of ProQuest discusses e-book business models and discoverability.
Research Information Features Kari Paulson on Aggregators Increasing Options for Libraries and Publishers
Aggregators play a major role in library e-book spending decisions today. This is largely due to the broad selection, access models and workflow solutions we are able to provide.
The Scholarly Kitchen Interviews Richard Huffine on the US Public Access Program
Richard Huffine has worked both sides of the government and industry table and provides insight on the US public access program based on his prior experience and his new perspective from within the vendor community.