June 3, 2019
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Content Group announced Steve Marshall as its new Chief Information Officer. As CIO, Marshall will oversee all IT operations as well as lead Ingram’s overall strategies as a technology services company.
November 26, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Publisher Services LLC, an Ingram company, supports bookstores and booksellers during Giving Tuesday with a donation of over $10,000 to Binc on behalf of its publishing clients, including those with Publishers Group West, Consortium, Two Rivers Distribution, Ingram Academic and Ingram Publisher Services.
November 8, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Consortium Book Sales & Distribution, one of Ingram Content Groups distribution brands, announces eight new publishers for the Spring 2019 season: Beehive Books, Braun Publishing, Floating World Comics, Green Card Voices, Inhabit Media, Lookout Books, Nightboat Books, and Tiny Owl Publishing. All presses begin distribution with Consortium on January 1, 2019.
October 18, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Consortium Book Sales and Distribution, one of Ingram Content Group’s distribution brands, announces a new publisher for the Fall 2018 season: National Association for the Education of Young Children. NAEYC will begin distribution with Consortium® on November 3, 2018.
September 21, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram announces the addition of Steve Marshall to the Information Technology team. In his new role as VP, IT Services, he will focus on process and support improvements to deliver on key priorities in Ingram’s services organization such as standardization, simplification and improving systems stability.
September 4, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Leading digital content provider VitalSource Technologies has acquired the assets of learning and data analytics platform Acrobatiq, Inc. The acquisition will dramatically expand access to cutting-edge and personalized digital course experiences designed to improve student outcomes.
August 22, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Publisher Services, an Ingram brand, announces the addition of three new technical and professional publisher clients to its sales and distribution network including: Hanser Publications, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, and International Society for Technology in Education. Ingram Publisher Services will handle all distribution activities for these client publishers including warehousing, invoicing and collection, customer service and data management, and will provide sales representation to Amazon. In addition, IPS will handle sales representation to Baker and Taylor and Follett for IET and ISTE.
August 21, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Heyday, publisher of such best-selling titles as The California Field Atlas by Obi Kaufmann and The Laws Guide to Nature Drawing and Journaling by John Muir Laws, announces that beginning in January 2019 its books will be sold and distributed to the trade by Publishers Group West, an Ingram Publisher Services LLC brand, beginning with its Fall/Winter 2018 season. Heyday has signed a multi-year global distribution deal for print and e-books with Publishers Group West. Heyday was previously represented regionally by Book Travelers West.
August 16, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Publisher Services, an Ingram brand, announces the addition of Grim Oak Press to their distribution network
August 9, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) VitalSource announced today it will simplify courseware integrations by removing barriers to access for students and instructors and streamlining administrative setup for institutions. Beginning this month, VitalSource will pilot these new integrations with Pearson, the largest higher education publisher in North America, offering seamless access to MyLabs, Mastering, and Revel courseware products for students and instructors via a single integration.
August 7, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Publisher Services, an Ingram brand, announces the addition of new illustrated book publisher clients to their distribution network including: Anthology Editions, Trope Reader, Gestalten, and Gingko Press.
August 1, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) The high cost of textbooks is forcing an overwhelming majority of college students to delay or avoid purchasing required postsecondary course materials. According to a new study conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of VitalSource®, 85 percent of U.S. college students admit they have either postponed buying required materials or chosen not to buy them at all. Almost all (92%) the students who delayed or skipped buying textbooks cited costs as the reason for their decision.
July 31, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Lori Dunbar has been named Vice President, Application Services for Ingram Content Group. In her role, Lori will lead the Business Intelligence, Integration Services, Product Systems and Application Development teams. Like the leaders of these teams, she will partner closely with our businesses to ensure alignment with ICG’s strategy.
July 24, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) Ingram Content Group today announces promotions and new associates across its businesses.
July 12, 2018
(Ingram Content Group) A study released today by Blackboard, VitalSource, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) finds that engagement with digital learning tools can better predict student success than incoming GPA. The study found that students at UMBC who are highly engaged with digital learning tools were 200% more likely to pass their courses than less active students. Specifically, incoming C students with low engagement had a 37% likelihood of passing a class while similar students exhibiting the highest level of engagement with Blackboard Learn and/or VitalSource had a more than 90% likelihood of passing a class.