“Our mission is to work with libraries to create amazing patron experiences,” says Mitchell Davis, founder and Chief Business Officer of BiblioLabs.
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) December 19, 2014
BiblioLabs is proud to announce that Nitin Arora has been named the company’s Director of Digital Services. As Director, Nitin’s primary goal is to maximize libraries’ discovery and use of BiblioBoard’s content. He will also ensure all metadata is up-to-date and actively keep up with changing library trends.
“Our mission is to work with libraries to create amazing patron experiences,” says Mitchell Davis, founder and Chief Business Officer of BiblioLabs. “Having a librarian like Nitin is a huge step forward for in fulfilling that mission. He is a proven leader and shares a vision of libraries as becoming more meaningful to citizens in the digital sphere. We are super happy to have him joining us.”
Nitin also looks forward to joining the rapidly evolving BiblioLabs team. He notes how BiblioBoard allows libraries more competitive access to digital technologies. “Working with BiblioLabs affords me the opportunity to work on adaptable and scalable solutions for libraries in terms of delivering emerging content formats to their patrons.”
BiblioLabs salutes Nitin’s impressive range of industry experience. He began his career as a library assistant at the Charleston County Public Library and later a digitization specialist with the University of Alabama. Most recently, Nitin held the title of Digital Projects Librarian at NC LIVE, North Carolina’s statewide public and academic library consortium. His Master’s in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama makes him an invaluable asset to the company.
BiblioBoard is the PatronsFirst™ mobile library. The folks behind BiblioBoard are a powerful team based in Charleston, SC. They aim to transform access to information by providing a world-class user experience that thrills library patrons. BiblioBoard is moving library content delivery into the future in a sustainable way. BiblioBoard, used by nearly 2,000 libraries and in three statewide eBook projects, reaches 15 million patrons. BiblioLabs is also a proud member of the Charleston Digital Corridor. To learn more, visit http://www.biblioboard.com.