Bridgeall Libraries Ltd.

Bridgeall Libraries Ltd.

Bridgeall Libraries Ltd.

Date Founded



Hillington Park,Innovation Centre,1 Ainslie Road,Glasgow G52 4RU

Type of Company



Computer Software

Company Description

Bridgeall Libraries Ltd. (doing business as CollectionHQ), a subsidiary of Baker & Taylor LLC, is a British company located in Glasgow that develops software that manages library collections. It was founded by Ian Chapman Downie. On 01 Dec 11 Baker & Taylor LLC acquired Bridgeall Libraries Ltd.The company says this about itself: collectionHQ is the leading collection performance improvement solution, based on the proven Evidence Based Stock Management (EBSM™) methodology. Easy to implement, simple to use and extremely cost effective, collectionHQ delivers repeatable performance improvements for library collections by providing evidence-based analysis, advice and performance monitoring of all collections across all media. It helps libraries save money by improving use of existing inventory and making purchasing more effective by creating evidence-based specifications. collectionHQ improves collection performance by identifying local demand and suggesting action plans on how to address this demand – improving the quality of service, demonstrating best value and improving local marketing. collectionHQ is owned by Bridgeall Libraries Ltd., a Baker & Taylor company based in Glasgow Scotland. Baker & Taylor, a Follett Company, is the world's premier distributor of physical and digital books and entertainment products.

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