As part of their ongoing commitment to supporting public libraries, Above the Treeline and the Equinox Open Library Initiative are excited to announce an integration with Evergreen ILS and Edelweiss+Analytics. Libraries who use Evergreen will now enjoy a simple process to create ILS data feeds for Edelweiss+Analytics, resulting in a fast, easy setup process. “Above the Treeline is bringing some exciting tools to the library world with their Edelweiss+ Analytics product.  Equinox is proud to
Above the Treeline, Inc. is introducing exciting new functionality to Edelweiss+ that enables publishers to make Print Review Copies (PRC) available for order. This new offering is an add-on to the current Digital Review Copy module and advances Treeline’s strategic focus on increasing the value Edelweiss+ provides its publishing clients. LEARN MORE “This has been a long time coming. For years, we’ve heard from publishers about the challenges they face with managing printed review copies
Above the Treeline, Inc. announced that it is introducing a new offering within its Edelweiss+Analytics portfolio for libraries. The new Edelweiss+Analytics tier, Alpine, will broaden accessibility to the company’s core mission of supporting book professionals to “work better, read more,” as well as advance Treeline’s strategic focus on increasing the value Edelweiss+ provides librarian users. “Tens of thousands of librarians use Edelweiss, and we recognize that they all have a tough and vital job. They
Above the Treeline, Inc. announced expanded capabilities for Edelweiss+ to support the German book industry. The enhanced feature set is part of Above the Treeline’s strong commitment to the German market and comes shortly after the integration of the iconic Spiegel-Bestseller lists in July 2017. Edelweiss+ now supports the Thema standard for global subject codes. This means that publishers can include Thema subject codes and qualifiers with their titles. Retailers and other users can then
Above the Treeline is pleased to announce that Edelweiss now supports ONIX 3.0 publisher files and international Thema codes. The ONIX for Books Product Information Message is an international standard XML format widely used in the book trade across North America, Europe, and Asia.  ONIX provides publishers with a way to efficiently create and manage bibliographic metadata for titles and share it with customers electronically. This open standard format for exchanging title metadata is maintained