Los Angeles, (PRWEB) June 29, 2006
Infotrieve, Inc. (http://www.infotrieve.com), a leading provider of document delivery services and business process outsourcing (BPO) for libraries, today announced the release of the white paper entitled ‘Increasing the Value of the Library by Optimizing Document Delivery.’ Free copies of the white paper can be requested by using an online form located within the microsite for Infotrieve’s Document Delivery Management System (DDMS) product at http://www.infotrieve.com/simplify.
The white paper explains how libraries are responding to rising performance pressures by choosing to optimize document delivery and other labor-intensive library tasks that can effectively free up staff time for higher impact activities. It also outlines the multiple options that exist for organizations to perform document delivery, in addition to introducing the benefits and features of the widely adopted Document Delivery Management System (DDMS) from Infotrieve.
“The roles and responsibilities of information professionals are changing dramatically as the organizations that they work for discover the best ways to leverage their specialized skills,” said Ken Benvenuto, CEO and President of Infotrieve, Inc. “As information professionals align more closely with other functional groups and expand their traditional roles, they are increasingly partnering with companies like Infotrieve who have had nearly two decades of documented success helping organizations to perform specific library needs more efficiently.”
The document delivery white paper was developed as one of the multiple components within Infotrieve’s current marketing campaign for the Document Delivery Management System, formerly branded the Infotrieve Virtual Library. Other DDMS campaign components include case studies that can be viewed on the campaign website at http://www.infotrieve.com/simplify, and an on-demand audio-visual overview presentation which can be viewed online at http://www.brainshark.com/infotrieve/simplifydocdel.
For more information, visit Infotrieve online at http://www.infotrieve.com or call Ian Palmer, Infotrieve’s Director of Marketing, at 310.445.3038.
Infotrieve, Inc., is a global provider of document delivery solutions, library staffing and outsourcing solutions, journal article reprint and e-print solutions, permissions and copyright clearance services, and publisher marketing services. Infotrieve was founded in 1987 and has offices located throughout North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
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