SHALLOTTE, NC February 5, 2014– In planning for the continued expansion of serials integration services, WT Cox Information Services announces a new integrated services division. Maria Hatfield will oversee this new service and has been appointed Director of Integrated Solutions. Hatfield, formerly Director of Journal Finder, WT Cox's exclusive A-Z list, link resolver, and ERM solution, has provided services to academic, public and special libraries for 9 years.
The integrated services division will provide a range of products and services, including Journal Finder as well as the company's new eContentStats service, to aid libraries with discoverability and management of serials and e-resources. eContentStats, powered by Pubget, leverages Pubget technology from Copyright Clearance Center to securely track a library's serials usage statistics, saving customers time and money.
"There is a growing need for serials integrated products in the library. At WT Cox, we must go beyond simply providing these services to our customers. We must supply these products along with the personalized service and training that our customers expect. Maria is the perfect person for this role," said Michael Markwith, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
WT Cox Information Services is located at 201 Village Road, Shallotte, NC. The marketing team may be reached at (800) 571-9554 or by visiting www.wtcox.com.
About WT Cox Information Services
Founded in 1974, WT Cox Information Services is a full-service serials and information services provider, serving academic, special, government, school and public libraries nationwide. WT Cox offers a portfolio of services that include electronic and print subscription access, eBooks, an ERM solution, discovery tool, online serials management tools, and personalized account services. http://www.wtcox.com
About Journal Finder
Journal Finder is an A-Z, Link Resolver and ERM solution designed and developed by the University of North Carolina Greensboro in 2000 and purchased by WT Cox Information Services in 2008. It provides user access to a library's electronic content with a clean and simple interface. It was designed by librarians for library users – making it one of the most robust e-access products currently on the market. http://www.journalfinder.com