Dublin, OH - December 04, 2020 - Patron Point announced today that Jackson County Library Services of Oregon has launched its patron relationship management system to support the Library's strategic marketing efforts.
Jackson County Library Services (JCLS) (www.jcls.org) serves the 220,000 residents of Jackson County. With a mission to connect everyone to information, ideas, and each other, it provides a wide range of children's, teen, and adult physical and electronic resources and collections as well as outreach services, including book talks for elementary and middle school students, services for homebound patrons, and outreach to childcare centers. Operating a 15 branch system, JCLS is focused on providing enhanced and relevant services for Jackson County residents that enable them to grow and thrive in the twenty-first century, from online digital services, personal Internet access, comprehensive databases, and programming and events that foster literacy and knowledge for all ages.
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.