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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
(libraries) Creating successful corporate libraries  
Successful corporate libraries market their function as value centers rather than cost centers in order to maintain corporate support of their operations, according to a new study by research and consulting firm Best Practices, LLC. The study examines effective practices for the operation of corporate libraries and information centers in pharmaceutical and medical device companies.

"From Books to Bytes: Creating Effective Corporate Libraries in the Digital Age," online at Best in Class, reveals how leading corporate information centers demonstrate value by delivering services and resources for which the benefits exceed the costs.

From Business Wire, found via Google News.

(Eep! The full report costs a STM-journal-like $3000! At 111 pages that's, oooooh, $30 a page. About $1 per line. But there's a summary available online for free).


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