Started as The Tagging Team, we have been working in close partnership with academic and public libraries since 1987. Initially, the company became known for providing EM insertion services. However, since the rapid uptake of the more modern and efficient RFID technology, The Tagging Team has amassed an unsurpassed level of experience and expertise within the field of RFID tag insertion.
Since our launch in 2010, Library Outsourcing Ltd has already developed an enviable reputation for quality, on time delivery and overall excellence from the initial contact through to the completion date. Building on the excellent skill base provided by The Tagging Team Ltd, Library Outsourcing Ltd has already completed several major contracts in the area of 1 million items each, plus numerous smaller specialized projects.
Today, we have reached the point, where we have tagged more than 22 million books and gained an impeccable reputation in the library world in Europe and the UK. However, we didn’t stop there. We have become the most reliable and successful provider of cataloguing, library and book cleaning and libassist services.
Library Outsourcing TWITTER COMPETITION
Now, at Library Outsourcing, we are looking to expand our services even wider to address modern library needs. So, we are asking you, the library managers, librarians, library assistants and even library users and supporters, to help us provide the service your local, school, university or public library really needs.
What service would your library benefit most from? What do you need help with?
Is there a daily task which is difficult to manage with your staffing levels, or perhaps a large project which requires planning, manpower and the relevant skills but you simply don’t have the time or the manpower? Only those people on the frontline of library services really know what’s needed, so that’s who we’re asking.
Therefore, we decided to launch a competition, asking libraries to suggest a service for us to add to our existing services.
The rules are simple, go to the @Lib_Outsourcing Twitter page and tweet the service your library would find useful with the hashtag #LibraryService.
The library with the most retweeted service ideas will win a £250 Amazon voucher.
Terms & Conditions of Entry
1. The competition is open to all UK libraries.
2. By entering the competition you are agreeing to these terms and conditions. Entrants can enter the competition as many times, as they like.
3. The competition opens on the 21st January 2015 and closes at 4pm on the 7th of February 2015 (National Libraries Day).
4. To enter: go to the @Lib_Outsourcing Twitter page and tweet the service your library would find useful with the hashtag #LibraryService.
5. Winners will be selected by Library Outsourcing for the most retweeted answer/service suggestion during/on the 21st January – 7th February 2015.
6. There is one prize available to be won during the Competition Period which is a £250 voucher.
7. Winners will be notified via a Twitter DM within 48 hours of the end of the Competition and will then have 7 days to reply with their contact details in order for delivery of the prize.
8. Prizes will either be delivered by courier or post or via email.
9. All decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
10. In the event insufficient entries are received, we reserve the right to withhold unallocated prizes.
11. The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for any cash alternatives in whole or in part.
12. Library Outsourcing accepts no responsibility for late, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, corrupted or misdirected entries.
13. If for any reason any aspect of this competition is not capable of running as planned, including by reason of infection by computer virus, network failure, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any cause beyond our control which corrupts or affects the administration, security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this competition, we may in its sole discretion cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition, or invalidate any affected entries.
14. Winners shall, at our request, participate in all reasonable promotional activity (such as publicity, photography and any filming) surrounding the winning of the prize, for no further consideration, and they consent to us using their names and images in promotional material.
15. Library Outsourcing reserves the right to publish the names of all libraries taking part in the competition.
22. These terms and conditions are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.