Self-service upgrade at the University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is home to a network of subject specific libraries serving 35,000 students (2017-2018). Library specialisms include Business, Medicine, Arts, Sciences and Music, and they are home to over one million print books, 300,000 ebooks, 50,000 ejournals plus a Manuscripts and Specials Collection.

In 2019, the University wanted to upgrade their self-service kiosks to new, cyber-secure kiosks, to allow multiple item issue and return, and to speed up customer transactions. The University also wanted to introduce a more robust stock management system to improve returns and proactively alert staff to misplaced or misallocated items.

In the summer of 2019, AdvaNova supported the University of Nottingham with the upgrading of their library access, self-service kiosks and stock management systems.

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