bibliotheca is pleased to announce its participation in the 2016 International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress, in Columbus, Ohio, from August 14-18.
During the show, bibliotheca will showcase several of their products designed to meet the ever-changing needs of libraries and their patrons. In addition to in-booth demonstrations, bibliotheca products will be featured at 11 different library locations throughout the greater Columbus and Ohio area on tours hosted by IFLA. These tour locations, including Westerville Public Library, Dayton Metro Library, the University of Cincinnati and the Ohio State– and many others – have been bibliotheca/3M customers for many years. bibliotheca is proud to partner with the dynamic libraries showcased during this global event.
“We are excited to welcome our customers from around the world to the United States,” said Matthew Bellamy, Chief Commercial Officer, bibliotheca. “We are absolutely thrilled to be able to show so many of our products throughout these world-class library tours.”
Since the merger of bibliotheca and 3M Library Systems last October, the new bibliotheca brings an unmatched product portfolio to the market. Recently, the company has undergone a harmonization of their product lines, truly bringing the best of both companies together. The new harmonized product line is designed to help craft unique library experiences for Academic and Public Libraries around the world
Stop by booth H109 for a product demonstration, or visit www.bibliotheca.com to get more information on our new product portfolio.
bibliotheca is dedicated to the development of solutions that help libraries connect with users in unique ways and provide engaging experiences, allowing them to continually evolve their library services for the changing needs of their communities. Their products are designed to provide a welcoming, intuitive and seamless environment for those that use the library – wherever they choose to use it - be that at home, on the move or within the library itself.
With over 30,000 libraries as part of their family, they have installed and continue to support more than 10,000 self-service units, 6,000 security systems and over 650 Automated Materials Handling (sorter) systems. In addition, the cloudLibrary™ digital platform powers eBook and eAudiobook lending at a further 3,000 libraries.