BETHLEHEM, Pa., October 14, 2015 – Backstage Library Works (www.bslw.com) today announced the appointment of Eric Larson as vice president of digital services. Mr. Larson will be working closely with Backstage clients, taking the lead in extending present digitization capabilities and helping to develop new solutions for libraries.
"We are thrilled to promote Eric to the position of vice president of digital services. He has been very successful in his previous assignments at Backstage, especially in his service to libraries and to other employees," said John Merrill, president of Backstage. "Among clients and co-workers, Eric has developed a reputation for being extremely responsive while following through on details. We look forward to his leadership."
Since joining Backstage in 2010, Larson has worked in the digital and metadata services departments and has led an on-site digitization team. He became a digital project manager in 2012. Larson holds a Bachelor of Arts in photography from Drexel University.
While managing a growing team and overseeing each project, Larson will continue to uphold the Backstage standard of providing the highest quality of service to every library.
About Backstage Library Works
Backstage's objective is to provide the most technologically advanced and efficient means for delivering professional library services. With over 25 years of experience, the company is known for its expertise in handling complex and unique projects. Backstage specializes in solutions for cataloging, authority control, digitization, preservation microfilm, and on-site needs. In providing services to more than a thousand libraries, large and small, public and private, and in locations across the globe, Backstage has cultivated an understanding of libraries, their mission, their operations, and the challenges they face. Backstage offices are located in Provo, Utah, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.