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- Ray Hood -- Chief Executive Officer
- Karen Roscher -- Chief Financial Officer
- Jim Hopwood -- Chief Technical Officer and Regional President, Europe
- Matthew Bellamy -- President Americas and Chief Commercial Officer
- Ramon Gonzalez -- Chief Officer, Global Supply Chain and Operations
- Veronica Steinicke -- President Asia-Pacific
The Bibliotheca Group is financially backed by One Equity Partners, a division of JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Library automation systems
Bibliotheca offers the following Integrated Library Systems:
A total of 0 library facilities included in libraries.org use an ILS provided by Bibliotheca.
Selected Articles from Library Technology Guides
The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of Bibliotheca, or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (November 2018). Bibliotheca Makes Organizational Changes
Bibliotheca, a large consolidated company offering self-service, material handling, and e-book technologies to libraries, announced organizational changes to its North American operations. Matthew Bellamy, who came to the company when it acquired 3M Library Systems, was recently named as President for the Americas. He will lead the company's operations in the United States, Canada, and Brazil as well as coordinate with its business partners throughout Latin America. Bellamy was previously the Chief Commercial Officer for bibliotheca's global organization. Tom Henke has joined bibliotheca as Vice President of Sales for North America and Partners America. Prior to this role, Henke served as Vice President of Sales and General Manager for Blackboard. Gary Gillem has joined bibliotheca as Inside Sales Manager.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (December 2015). Consolidation in the RFID and Self-service: Bibliotheca Acquires 3M Library Systems
Bibliotheca, a company specializing in self-service, sorting, and other productivity products for libraries, has continued its global expansion through the merger of 3M Library Systems into its organization. This move brings together the two largest competitors in this sector. Prior to this merger, Bibliotheca and 3M Library Systems dominated the market, competing head-tohead in many international regions. Now a single, much larger entity operates globally, with competition provided through mid-sized and smaller companies in each market.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (October 2012). New Management at Bibliotheca
Bibliotheca, the consolidated global company specializing in RFID products for libraries, announced a change in executive management of its North American operations. Shai Robkin will step down as President, and Al Coalla, formerly North American Sales Director will step into this position on October 1, 2012. Coalla joined Biblioteca in November 2011 and previously served as Director of Sales at EnvisionWare.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (July 2012). Bibliotheca enters E-Book arena
Bibliotheca, the globally consolidated company built around RFID technologies, has expanded its business interests to include a new set of products based on e-books. The company has not yet provided detailed information regarding the components of its planned product and service offerings related to the management and lending of e-books, though it has outlined its general strategy.
(March 5, 2012). Bibliotheca unveil single global brand for 2012
Bibliotheca, one of the leading global providers of RFID-based solutions to public, private and academic libraries, has launched its new global brand, allowing the Group to unite its entities under one central identity. The rebranding follows the merger of Bibliotheca (Switzerland), Intellident (UK) and Integrated Technology Group, ITG (North America) in June 2011, which created one of the largest RFID library specialists in the world. This position was further enhanced in January 2012, with the acquisition of Trion Library Systems, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Automated Materials Handling (AMH) solutions designed specifically for libraries.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (March 2012). Bibliotheca Acquires Trion AG
his is a merger of equals.Neither of the two staffs is disappearing; the sales, support and development personnel of both Bibliotheca and ITG remain in place. The management team of Bibliotheca ITG is comprised of members from both Bibliotheca’s North American operation and ITG. While one of the objectives of any merger is to reduce costs, at Bibliotheca ITG, this is to be achieved by leveraging purchasing power and by eliminating redundancies in marketing, administration and finance.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (July 2011). Global Consolidation: Three firms Join to gain Global RFID Synergies
Over the course of the last few months, a series of business transactions have consolidated a group of companies in different international regions into a single corporate structure focused on providing RFID and related products. Each of these companies brings a different set of assets and strengths to a broader organization to constitute a new company with a worldwide impact on the library RFID industry. The transactions span Europe and North America, and involve a variety of incumbent companies including Bibliotheca RFID Systems (based in Switzerland), Integrated Technology Group (North America), and Intellident (United Kingdom and France). The business transactions result in three operational companies in different geographical regions that comprise a new virtual company bound together under unified ownership and executive management. The transactions bring all of the companies under a single global holding company called Library Solutions BV, incorporated in The Netherlands. Library Solutions BV is majority owned by One Equity Partners , a division of JPMorgan Chase & Co, (http://www. oneequity.com/) a major firm with over $8 billion in investments. Other minority shareholders include Shai Robkin, who also owns Vernon Library Supplies.