Koios CEO Trey Gordner answered tough questions from Georgetown students last week in a rapid-fire interview. The exchange is part of a partnership between Georgetown University and Eastern Foundry, a collaborative workspace that offers government contractors the insight and resources they need to succeed in the federal market. Questions ranged from product and business strategy to why libraries carry so many romance novels (hint: they're popular). Here's one quote that summarizes the Koios advantage for collection development:
In the latest "Solutions" column of American Libraries Magazine, Koios received a stellar review from Washoe Library. Jennifer Oliver, Public Information Officer, writes that Koios is "an example of how the role of a library can easily be integrated into our daily lives," adding that the digital add-on "complements the standard brick-and-mortar library experience." What did Jennifer think the main benefit of Koios was for users? "Convenience!"
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From the interview: “The whole purpose of the library is the idea that you don’t know everything, there are certain things that will make you a better person, and those things should be available to everyone."