In 2010 3M continued the leadership position it has held in the library community for over 40 years by adding more libraries to its already extensive customer list. Libraries across the globe of all sizes and with various needs chose 3M last year, and are enjoying the high level of performance that 3M RFID provides. More than 1,300 libraries have now partnered with 3M for RFID solutions.
According to Skip Driessen, RFID Portfolio Manager for 3M Library Systems, "3M launched a record number of new products in 2010, continuing our focus on helping libraries become more successful in their communities. When you think about the new 3MTM SelfCheckTM System designs, detection systems, our Command Center - not to mention all of the new software functionality – wow, and we have a healthy pipeline of more new and innovative products that the market needs." Driessen continues, "Our organization is very customer focused; exceeding expectations is our number one priority".
Some of the libraries that joined the 3M RFID family in 2010 are:
- Peninsula Library Consortium in California
- Adelaide City Council, South Australia
- Ela Public Library in Lake Zurich, Illinois
- Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, B.C. Canada
- Massillon Public Library in Ohio
- The City of Springfield, Massachusetts
- The County of Erie, Pennsylvania
- The Salem-South Lyon District Library in Michigan
- Appleton Public Library in Wisconsin
- Waco Public Library in Texas
- Derbyshire City Council , UK
- University of Wales, Bangor, UK
When libraries choose 3M solutions to meet their RFID needs, they are usually entering into a long-term business relationship. We're proud of our history of being a committed partner of choice.
3M is the only company that develops, designs, and manufactures cutting edge conversion, circulation, collection management, and security solutions for libraries. Finding the technology solution that is right for you, our promise is to deliver a long term partnership that is built to exceed your expectations.