Serials Solutions announced its six development partners are actively using and providing feedback on the second iteration of Intota™. This code drop represents another milestone toward interoperability with other information systems – and unified, intelligent workflows.
The second development release of Intota includes end-to-end ability to acquire material in a more efficient manner, simultaneous search and retrieval of electronic and print records, plus customizable user management features.
Read the press release here.
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