collectionHQ, the world’s leading collection performance improvement solution that helps libraries increase efficiencies and improve collection performance, is pleased to announce the addition of a new module to its evidence based toolset. The Scheduling Module is one of the product’s most significant enhancements to date, allowing library staff to coordinate all collection management and development … ContinuedDownload the full Press Release
We are very pleased to announce the release of collectionHQ v4.1.
This release features the highly anticipated collectionHQ Scheduling module which, for the first time, provides collectionHQ users with the opportunity to create a calendar of tasks for each of the tools within collectionHQ and have task reminders emailed to colleagues for action on specified dates. Customers will also be able to monitor task completion, making collection management with collectionHQ more efficient than ever.
To arrange Scheduling module training for your staff, please contact your collectionHQ Account Manager.
If you are not already using collectionHQ and would like to know more about the Scheduling module, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy New Year from all at collectionHQ!
2014 was a huge year for the team at collectionHQ. We launched our very own “Community” and we used cutting edge web technology to release our latest version, 4.0.
We are looking forward to another exciting year ahead. Don’t forget to check out our events’ page to find out when our team will be visiting a town near you.
Recently, we announced that collectionHQ users working with IE7 and IE8 now have access to our latest version,4.0.To benefit from the full range of features and functionality that collectionHQ v4.0 has to offer – like drag and drop, on-screen data sorting, filtering, and column selection – we encourage all users to upgrade from outdated browsers, like IE7 and IE8, to newer versions.
In other news, we were delighted to welcome customers from across the United Kingdom to our National Forum at BMA House in London last month. We adopted a brand new, interactive format at this Forum made up of a series of round table discussions which covered a range of topics from Selection to Item Movement. Thanks again to everyone who attended and to our exhibitors: Better World Books, Nielsen and Solus.
Finally, we are pleased to welcome on board 10 new libraries to collectionHQ including:Central Arkansas Library System, Flint Public Library, Staunton Public Library, Kootenai-Shoshone Area Libraries, Bega Valley Shire Library, Yakima Valley Regional Library, Bedford Public Library, St. Tammany Parish Library, Nevada County Library, and Iberville Parish Library.