US academic consortium picks ProQuest's Intota

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Cooperating Libraries in Consortium (CLIC) of St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, is the first academic library consortium to subscribe to ProQuest’s cloud-based library services platform, Intota.

According to the company, the CLIC libraries will 'be taking full advantage of the transformative nature of the Intota library services platform, implementing in phases beginning with the Summon discovery service this spring. During 2014 they also plan to implement Intota for assessment and for e-resource management, with other components to follow'.

'We are thrilled to be on the cutting edge with ProQuest’s new technology,' said Ruth Dukelow, executive director, CLIC. 'Our libraries will be able to leverage the sizeable investments they have made in print and electronic collections, audio and visual content, and institutional documents by making these resources readily discoverable and accessible to our users through Intota’s integrated management and discovery tools.'