For Immediate Release Thursday, September 1, 2016 Above the Treeline Unveils the Next Generation of Edelweiss Streamlined and fast with a bold new look, Edelweiss+ sets a new standard. ANN ARBOR, MI – Above the Treeline today reveals an exciting new beta version of its Edelweiss web service, Edelweiss+ (http://edelweiss.plus). Edelweiss+ provides a stunning visual update, showcasing a more customizable, modern and image-rich look and feel. Underlying Edelweiss+ is new, advanced architecture delivering dramatically faster
DENVER (June 7, 2016) – The Library Corporation (TLC) and Above the Treeline are pleased to announce compatibility between CARL•X and the Edelweiss+Analytics library collection management service. Launched at the American Library Association Annual Conference in June of 2015, Edelweiss+Analytics provides libraries with up-to-date data information to improve circulation, as well as provide greater insight into what their patrons want. TLC continues to introduce new services to support modern business intelligence activities for its library
Our own Joe Foster recently contributed a Tips and Tricks article to Bookselling This Week for our Treeline Analytics bookstores users, covering how to use Treeline to review turns, but also to provide some stats based on our reporting bookstores about average turn by region, and category. Fun for any bookstore geek! For example, the overall average bookstore turn for the indies represented across the whole country is 2.21. Click here to read the full
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Above the Treeline today announced the launch of Edelweiss+Analytics, a web-based, interactive collection analysis tool for libraries. Edelweiss+Analytics gives librarians access to the most accurate and up-to-date information available on library circulation, retail sales data and title data. The product will initially roll out to public libraries in the U.S. The product blends the organizational tools and in-depth title data that the Edelweiss platform currently offers with the methodology and style used