Complex Sorting Requirements made simple for the University of Manchester

With its reputation as one of the best-resourced academic libraries in the country, the University was in need of a state-of-the-art, fast, and eicient book sorting system to replace the existing, outdated system that had become  very unreliable.

The new system would need to deliver a reduction in the requirement for sta intervention, and handle a complex sorting routine, that could accommodate dierent types of media and barcode.

As one of only five National Research Libraries in the UK, the University of Manchester is the respected home to more than four million printed books and manuscripts, as well as over 41,000 electronic journals, 500,000 electronic books, and several hundred databases.

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