ProQuest is committed to building the strength and value of libraries. That means ensuring the products and services you rely on:

In 2015, we enhanced the ProQuest interface to wide acclaim (including a Reader’s Choice Award from the Charleston Advisor). We are modernizing a number of legacy products, including a significant upgrade for ebrary and EBL, which is moving to Ebook Central, a full-service ebook platform.

Now, we are making important changes to many of our databases. An upgraded, streamlined product portfolio will be available for new subscriptions beginning in March 2016. Libraries will be able to see clear, consistent, product choices, making it easier to manage and work with our products. Researchers will see their search results expand to relevant content in adjacent disciplines.

We are also rolling out a number of upgrades to the new portfolio, which will be made available some customers at their upcoming renewal. These upgrades vary by customer and we will keep you up to date on changes well ahead of time.

The focus of these upgrades is:

Improving the research experience

Improving Library Management:

Minimizing disruption

ProQuest offers best-in-class customer service and technical support, so you can hit the ground running.

If the above information does not answer your questions feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist.