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Follett B2B Now Powered by BV Technology

Visit Follett at CAMEX 2017 to learn about new sourcing options, Wholesale 2.0 and more

WESTCHESTER, IL, Feb 28, 2017 – Following the 2016 acquisitions of BookVolume and ValoreBooks, Follett B2B is bringing together best-in-class technology to serve as the ultimate resource for independently managed campus stores. CAMEX 2017 attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about how these businesses together offer a unique collection of sourcing, rental, management, buyback and liquidation solutions.

Looking specifically at sourcing, BookVolume’s aggregation technology enables stores to simultaneously source textbooks across multiple marketplaces while ValoreBooks offers one of the largest and most trusted online textbook marketplaces. Taking the best of what BookVolume and ValoreBooks have to offer, Follett B2B is creating the Follett Marketplace.

“Follett is focused on driving textbook affordability to help our customers achieve their inventory and sales growth goals,” said John Lausas, Senior Vice President of Strategic Sourcing & Distribution for Follett. “We’re excited to offer individual solution evaluations at the Follett booth, and we’ll also be sharing details on our Wholesale 2.0 pilot, which leverages BV technology to streamline each step of the course material process.”

Visit CAMEX booth #801 or schedule an appointment with a Follett representative to learn more. For 140 years, Follett has been a trusted partner in education. Independent campus store managers rely on Follett to deliver the inventory, products and services needed to offer affordable course material options that fuel student success. For more information on Follett B2B visit

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About Follett Corporation |

For more than 140 years, Follett has been a trusted partner to preK-12 schools, colleges and campus stores, taking care of the critical details that make it easier for schools to run, teachers to teach, students to learn and fans to celebrate. A leading provider of education technology, services and physical and digital content, Follett currently works with 70,000 schools and operates more than 1,250 local campus stores and 1,600 virtual stores. With the 2016 acquisition of Baker & Taylor, LLC, Follett's reach also extends into the public library and global retail markets. Today Follett Corporation is the world's largest single source of books, entertainment products, digital content and multi-media for libraries, schools and retailers. Follett is a $3.6 billion privately held company headquartered in Westchester, Illinois.

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