Dublin, OH - June 11, 2020 - Patron Point announced today that Jennings County Public Library of Indiana (JCPL) has selected its patron relationship management system to help drive its patron engagement and web marketing efforts. A key driver of the selection was JCPL's goal of facilitating new patron registration and on-boarding with automated welcome programming.
Patron Point Vice President, Technology, Ted Fons, states, "The staff at JCPL strive to make their Library the center of their community and we're particularly excited about working with them to offer a streamlined registration experience for its patrons." Fons continued, "Making it easier for patrons to engage the library is what Patron Point is all about."
About Jennings County Public Library
The Jennings County Public Library (www.jenningslib.org) (JCPL) is a center of community life, offering opportunities for people of all ages to GATHER, LEARN, INSPIRE. Jennings County holds the distinction of being the first county in the United States to legislate for free county library service. In 1813, Colonel John Vawter, who plotted the town of Vernon, provided that ten percent of the sales from all town lots be set aside for the maintenance of a free public library for the County of Jennings. Serving all of the citizens of Jennings County, IN,, JCPL has recently updated and expanded its children's, genealogy/local history, and teen areas of the Library and, in January 2009 with also the distinction of becoming one of the first and largest government entities to go solar in 2015.
About Patron Point
Patron Point is the first of its kind patron relationship management system built specifically for public libraries harnessing data from a wide range of library systems including the ILS, eBook platforms, event/PC/room booking systems, databases and website to build a unified view of the patron's engagement with the library. With Patron Point, libraries can use this data to segment its audience and produce personalized email and web communications that attract and more fully engage the patron. Libraries can benefit immediately from a foundation of Proven Programs or create their own workflows that are customized to their unique user communities and needs. For more information on Patron Point, see our website.