Edelweiss+Analytics Integration with CARL•X and Library•Solution

20 Jun Edelweiss+Analytics Integration with CARL•X and Library•Solution

 

Above the Treeline and The Library Corporation are excited to announce streamlined integration with the CARL•X and Library•Solution ILSs and Edelweiss+Analytics. Libraries who use either of these ILSs will now enjoy a simple process to create data feeds for Edelweiss+Analytics, resulting in a smooth, hassle-free setup process. To celebrate this partnership, interested libraries will receive a free 90-day trial of the Basecamp tier of Edelweiss+Analytics, including the innovative State of the Collection report.

The Edelweiss+ platform is used by over 100,000 book professionals to sell, discover, and order new titles. It hosts digital catalogs from all major publishers and over 95% of the US frontlist titles. Edelweiss+Analytics is an add-on module that allows libraries to simplify collection management and benchmark their performance. It helps librarians identify circulation trends, weed stale titles, select faster circulating titles, compare location and collection performance, benchmark to libraries and retailers across the country, and more. Edelweiss+Analytics has three tiers available to meet the needs of libraries of varying size. Alpine is an individual Edelweiss+ user premium upgrade. Basecamp and Summit are library organization annual subscriptions, in which a library’s ILS data is integrated into Edelweiss+.

“With the technical setup time greatly reduced and the process simplified, libraries can quickly start using tools to help them manage their collection and maximize their budgets,” said John Rubin, Founder and CEO of Above the Treeline, the company behind the book industry platform Edelweiss+. “Edelweiss+Analytics compliments the TLC systems well, and we’re pleased to offer this integration to our common clients.”

Serving some of the largest and busiest library systems, TLC understands the significance of building a collaborative, supportive environment for their customer base. Library•Solution is the preferred automation system of more than 4,500 libraries worldwide and some of the largest school districts in the USA. TLC’s CARL automation system was designed and developed in partnership with some of the largest libraries in the world. TLC collaborates with countless leading technologies and library partners to create the ideal user experience, and their latest partnership with Edelweiss+Analytics adds value for their customer libraries.

“We share a common goal with Above the Treeline – to help libraries operate more efficiently so that they can carry out their mission of serving their communities as effectively as possible. Therefore, we’re proud to provide this integration to our client libraries so that they can benefit from these tools and further maximize their collection development budget,” said TLC’s CTO, Justin Duewel-Zahniser.

Libraries that use TLC’s CARL•X or Library•Solution can learn more about a free 90-day trial of Edelweiss+Analytics Basecamp here.

About Above the Treeline
We connect the world with books. Edelweiss+, powered by Above the Treeline, gives over 100,000 book professionals a single source of information to sell, discover, and order new titles. Our analytical and workflow tools have helped publishers, booksellers, libraries, and reviewers “work better, read more” for over 15 years. We proudly serve thousands of retail outlets, libraries, and publishing houses across the United States and Europe.

Above the Treeline is a privately-owned company based in Ann Arbor, MI. It was founded in 2002 by John Rubin, the son of an Indie bookseller and grandson of a librarian, who saw an opportunity to increase business efficiency in the book industry with technical solutions. While our product functionality has grown significantly since then, we continue to be dedicated to serving book professionals. For more information, go to abovethetreeline.com/library-services.

About The Library Corporation
TLC has operated continuously under the same ownership since 1974 and employs over 200 people dedicated to delivering enterprise software and hardware solutions to public, school, academic, and special libraries worldwide. TLC’s cumulative products are deployed in more than 1,100 organizations, representing over 5,500 locations in North America. TLC is certified by the U.S. General Services Administration, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, and the Women Owned Small Business Federal Contracting Program. TLC’s Headquarters is based in Inwood, WV., and has additional offices in Denver, Minnesota, and Singapore. To learn more, visit TLCdelivers.com.