Following last year’s merger with global library system integrator P.V. Supa, 2CQR are pleased to announce their successful partnership and co-operation is to be further strengthened as Nedap Library Systems joins the 2CQR alliance.
From January 1st 2019, a closer and more structural partnership will enable the companies to serve the global library market even better with Nedap focusing on the hardware and P.V. Supa on the software. This alliance will strengthen all three companies’ innovation and product development capabilities.
For the UK and Ireland this will bring more benefits to 2CQR’s library customers with access to an even wider range of products and services.
Phil Farrell, 2CQR’s Managing Director explained “Since coming together formally with PV SUPA we have seen our ability to provide new solutions grow across the library market. New products backed by both reliable software and our excellent support team has brought us even more satisfied customers. This new alliance with Nedap will further improve our access to new products and relevant technology to develop our library solutions“
2CQR – have worked exclusively with librarians in the UK and Ireland for over two decades, consistently meeting the challenge to deliver solutions in self-service, intelligent displays, stock management, access and security. Originally founded on EM (Electro-Magnetic) systems, we are now leaders in RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology.
Our specialist system planning and software expertise complements our reliable and dedicated products, which in turn are supported by our network of trusted consultants and engineers providing service, maintenance and long-term support.
P.V. Supa – Founded in 1996, P.V. Supa is a privately owned company providing Self Check automation, Automated Material Handling Systems and RFID applications solely for libraries. Headquartered in Kerava, Finland and Plano, Texas, P.V. Supa services libraries in over 37 countries as a complete system integrator. P.V. Supa develops and produces all critical hardware and software in-house which guarantees the total quality management, product life cycle management and solid technical support. In-house development and production also gives the flexibility to serve libraries at any size.
Nedap – Since the company’s founding in 1929, Nederlandsche Apparatenfabriek ‘Nedap’ N.V. has been manufacturing smart technical applications for the challenges of today and tomorrow, and selling them all over the world. Headquartered in Groenlo in the Netherlands, Nedap boasts a workforce of approx. 680 employees and operates on a global scale, while the company has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam since 1947.