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collectionHQ, the world’s leading collection performance improvement solution that helps libraries better manage their collections, is pleased to announce the release of v4.0. The latest version of collectionHQ leads the way in Web-based library technology.Download the full Press Release
This month we are delighted to announce the release of collectionHQ v4.0. With this release, customers can expect a fresh, new look and feel when logging into collectionHQ today which incorporates a highly intuitive and powerful user interface with “drag and drop” functionality, supporting users through each step of the collection management and development process.
We are also excited to be hosting a number of collectionHQ Forums from next month in the U.S.A., Canada, the U.K. and Australia, which are a great way for collectionHQ customers and non-customers alike to come together in an informal environment to discuss ways of enhancing collection performance improvement and how to get the most from collectionHQ. Visit our events page to find out when we will be visiting a town near you.
And last but not least, welcome on board to the following libraries who subscribed to collectionHQ last month:
- Woodford County Library, KY, U.S.A.
- New Castle-Henry County Public Library, IN, U.S.A.
- Huntsville Public Library, ON, U.S.A.
- Southeastern Libraries Cooperating, MN, U.S.A.
- Chinook Arch Regional Library System, AB, Canada
- Flat River Community Library, MI, U.S.A.
- Carol Stream Public Library, IL, U.S.A.
- Fulton County Public Library, IN, U.S.A.
- Waikato District Libraries, New Zealand
- Toowoomba Regional Library Service, QLD, Australia
- Wollongong City Library, NSW, Australia
- Great Lakes Library Service, NSW, Australia
- Manning Valley Libraries, NSW, Australia
Insight is a quarterly update from collectionHQ. In our July edition, you can discover our latest product news; read our customer success story from Anne Donnellan at Oshawa Public Library in Ontario, Canada; discover the Top Circulating Non-Fiction Subjects in the U.S.A. in July; and much more.Download PDF of this Newsletter or Subscribe to our Insight Newsletter
Welcome on board to the following libraries who subcribed to collectionHQ last month:
- Fremont Public Library District, IL
- Darien Library, CT
- Selwyn District Council, U.K.
- Ku-ring-gai Library, NSW
- Buckeye Public Library, AZ
- Gympie Regional Libraries, QLD
Our team was delighted to exhibit last month at the ALA Annual Conference in Las Vegas. Greetings to everyone who attended our sessions and don’t forget to post your “Got Grubby” t-shirt photos to our Facebook page to enter our iPad competition.