Senior exec at Above the Treeline, the company behind the book industry’s Edelweiss+ platform, is promoted to General Manager of Europe as UK office is established Above the Treeline, the company that provides the Edelweiss+ platform where book professionals market, sell, discover, and order new titles, has announced that executive Ruth Bradstreet has been named Managing Director of Europe. A native of Scotland, Bradstreet is relocating from the corporate office in Michigan to Glasgow.
Above the Treeline, Inc. announced that it is introducing a new offering within its Edelweiss+Analytics portfolio for booksellers. The new “Shelf Report” will strengthen the company’s mission to help book professionals “work better, read more,” by making inventory and sales analysis more intuitive and actionable for independent booksellers. The new Shelf Report will be provided semi-annually to stores that subscribe to the Summit tier of Edelweiss+Analytics starting in February 2019, but stores may upgrade to
As part of their ongoing commitment to supporting public libraries, Above the Treeline and the Equinox Open Library Initiative are excited to announce a tool which facilitates export of data from Koha into Edelweiss, allowing for detailed collection analysis. Libraries who use Koha will be able to easily configure scheduled data exports from their Koha ILS into Edelweiss+Analytics. “We are very excited to extend Edelweiss+ support to Koha users,” said Mike Rylander, president and
Booksellers now have easy access to hyper-local assortments unique to each store! Charleston, SC, and Ann Arbor, MI (October 18, 2018): Arcadia Publishing and Edelweiss+ by Above the Treeline announced today that they have teamed up to offer independent booksellers easy access to hyper-local collections of titles unique to each specific store and community. Booksellers can now go the Arcadia publishing page on Edelweiss+ (while logged in to their account) and select the “YourTown Store
If only libraries had infinite stacks! Unfortunately, the shelf space in libraries is limited. For many libraries with full shelves, when a new title comes in, an older one must go out. Determining which titles stay and which ones need to go isn’t as easy as it may sound. Librarians deploy a mix of data and expertise about the community they serve to create collections that engage their patrons. But sometimes the right decision is