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Press Release: The Library Corporation [March 1, 2017]

TLC partnership makes SocialFlow available to government entities

INWOOD, W.Va. (Feb. 28, 2017) – The Library Corporation has added SocialFlow to TLC's U.S. Government Services Administration schedule contract that makes SocialFlow's social media content-distribution tool pre-approved for federal purchasing. The GSA contract gives federal entities access to the same powerful platform currently used by the largest media companies and most prestigious libraries in the world.

"We understand that the public sector has important content to communicate, similar to media companies and news organizations," says Michael Henry, SocialFlow's senior vice president of sales. "SocialFlow is eager to help our government's agencies, bureaus, and departments simplify their social content distribution and workflow with our platform, while improving their reach and engagement with the public on Facebook and Twitter."

SocialFlow's social publishing platform will allow government entities to manage, optimize, and distribute content across their social networks. In addition to workflow solutions, the SocialFlow platform uses real-time data analytics to gauge when social messaging will be best seen and engaged with for optimized message delivery.

The SocialFlow tool will be available to government entities via a partnership with The Library Corporation, the exclusive distributor of the social media management tool to the library marketplace and contracting agent for federal entities. TLC's 10-year GSA contract, approved in 2011, has been amended to include the SocialFlow product for government entities. Complete information about the contract and SocialFlow's availability for purchase are available in TLC's corporate listing on the GSA eLibrary and will soon be available via GSA Advantage marketplace. Federal entities interested in purchasing SocialFlow may also email sales@socialflow.com.

About SocialFlow

SocialFlow is the leading social platform purpose-built for media companies. Our tools, products, and services help to easily distribute engaging social content and create monetization opportunities from social efforts. Through predictive data analytics, the company's SaaS suite accurately predicts which social media content will perform best, amplifies its distribution, and increases its audience engagement. Founded in 2009 and based in New York, SocialFlow's client roster includes half of the top 150 media companies including Condé Nast, Time, Inc., The Associated Press, and the BBC. To learn more, visit SocialFlow.com.

About The Library Corporation

TLC was established in 1974 to provide automation, cataloging, and data solutions to libraries. Its products and services are utilized by more than 4,500 libraries worldwide including Los Angeles Public Library, Dallas Independent School District, the National Library Board of Singapore, and Sault Ste. Marie Public Library in Canada. TLC, which is certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council and the WBENC-administered U.S. Small Business Administration's Women Owned Small Business Federal Contracting Program, is based in Inwood, W.Va., and has additional offices in Denver, Singapore, and Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit TLCdelivers.com.


Summary: The Library Corporation has added SocialFlow to TLC’s U.S. Government Services Administration schedule contract that makes SocialFlow’s social media content-distribution tool pre-approved for federal purchasing. The GSA contract gives federal entities access to the same powerful platform currently used by the largest media companies and most prestigious libraries in the world.
Publication Year:2017
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:March 1, 2017
Publisher:The Library Corporation
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Company: The Library Corporation
Products: SocialFlow
Permalink: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/22301

LTG Bibliography Record number: 22301. Created: 2017-03-01 07:43:09; Last Modified: 2017-03-01 07:43:30.