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Up to 453 staff hours saved per library, per year
We surveyed a total of 65 librarians from our library customers to understand how their customers were using the Hublet solution today, and how that had shifted from how they used to operate. The study was hugely insightful, with over 80% of respondents seeing a significant decrease in the use of printed newspapers and magazines, 75% of library customers now using Hublet for digital entertainment and 25% reading digital content.
However, the most dramatic impact came in the amount of time that library staff had saved when compared to the setup, care and maintenance of their old computers and tablets compared to deploying the Hublet solution, with libraries saving up to 70 hours per member of staff per year, which equated to an average of 453 hours per library!
€12,100 in annual savings per library, per year
With an average saving of up to 453 hours per library / year when using the Hublet solution, this can quickly extend into thousands of euros in savings. These numbers seem large, but were recorded based on the time savings across library and IT staff when compared to previous tablet or loanable computer solutions that required constant setup, configuration, updates, repairs, support and data cleansing.
In our latest survey, libraries recorded an average saving across 5 members of staff, with up to €12,100 is equivalent time able to be redeployed across other libraries services.
18% increase in digital catalogue usage
Providing access to your digital content to every single library user should immediately boost your catalogue usage, with current Hublet customers seeing an average increase of 18% in digital content usage. This increase can be seen across all digital content, but is significantly noticeable across newspapers, where 80% of our customers reported a significant decrease in the use of physical newspapers.