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European School of Osteopathy Library replaces Softlink with Soutron

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Soutron Global has announced the selection of its library software solution by the European School of Osteopathy (ESO) Library, based in Maidstone, UK.

The flexible library software and information management solution was said to have been selected to help maintain the high standards set in providing knowledge and accurate information to the school’s students. Through the use of customised, intuitive web forms, the ESO library’s clients have fast and simple access to a wide array of information and resources, according to the company.

The ESO library provides a wide range of physical and electronic resources to support its curriculum, including access to more than 7,500 texts, a collection of peer-reviewed journals and links with other osteopathic and health libraries enabling inter-library loans.

Sue Elliott, library supervisor at the ESO explained: 'We needed a new library management system to keep up with the requirements of today’s students and lecturers. Soutron has worked closely with us to move our data across to the new system and we are very pleased with the results. Their expertise and support have been excellent and we look forward to working with them for many years.'