CataList has transformed tasks that used to take weeks into something that can be done in an afternoon! We estimate CataList saves Marigold Library System staff 24 days or 168 hours of work per year!!
After months and months of behind-the-scenes coding, testing, and debugging comes a new slicker, sleeker, and more responsive version of the site you love.
We want your diverse catalogues! Wondering how you can showcase your diverse titles in CataList? We're here to show you how.
Sales reps: Elle Woods is here to give you some tips on how to go forth and conquer your sales pitches with custom catalogues.
Books For Everybody (BFE) publishes twice-a-year lists of highly recommended titles from independent booksellers. Each spring and fall, BFE offers up a selection of upcoming titles so indie retailers can review, place advance orders, and prepare in-store promotions and sales strategies.
This year, we used CataList to build a handy 2015 BFE catalogue. Take a look and order your copies today!
In this post, we show you how to create offline versions of your catalogues so you can have a backup should you lose that precious wifi connection (or just want to save on data charges).
The Safari browser on your iPad has a built-in Reading List that helps you save webpages for offline access. Here’s how we use it for BNC CataList.
Sales reps and buyers take note: We’ve upgraded CataList’s ordering features to simplify your buy sessions. View our quick video about the nifty, hot-off-the-presses features we’ve rolled out for you.
CataList users: have we got some good news for you! We’re getting ready to release a new CataList feature that will make selling in your Spring list—and all future lists—that much easier, and we want to give you a preview of what we have on deck for the next season.