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Library review: improving back-of-house processes through richer integrations (Richard Cross, Nottingham Trent University)

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Library review: improving back-of-house processes through richer integrations (Richard Cross, Nottingham Trent University)
How far can Talis develop back-of-house integrations joining Aspire to other local library and information systems, and how much integration will customers need to develop for themselves? This session presents an outline of the technical developments being planned at Nottingham Trent University to integrate Review data in Aspire with other sources of library data and intelligence, to improve informed, process-driven acquisitions decision-making. Does our thinking make sense? Does it sound technically feasible? Is this work that customers should expect Talis to deliver for us, or will customised acquisitions' integrations be something for customers to self-manage?

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