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iFound is an integrated out-of-print and hard-to-find service that allows libraries to search and purchase second-hand books via OASIS. It ensures maximum fill rates, best process, accurate invoicing, and full cataloging and processing when desired. This service increases order fulfillment without the need for a separate acquisitions workflow.

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iFound ensures maximum fill rates, best process, accurate invoicing and full cataloging and processing when desired.

Increases order fulfillment

iFound is an integrated service that allows libraries to search and purchase out-of-print and hard-to-find second-hand books via OASIS, making no separate acquisitions process necessary.

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