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BDS offers the best data and information-rich metadata on books and home entertainment releases, comprehensive web development and maintenance services, and state of the art web-based applications on media to retailers, e-tailers, publishers, libraries, charities and government bodies.
BDS has an ever-increasing portfolio of products designed to engage your customers and generate sales. Through continuous research and innovation allied to an insistence on quality, BDS keeps your business or public service at the forefront of data use and management. Work with BDS and discover what data can do for you in terms of effectiveness, increased sales and savings. BDS continues to change the face of data content and provision, quality and flexibility for its clients around the world.
BDS was a Gold Sponsor of WoW or Words over Waltham Forest, the first ever festival devoted to celebrating creative writing, literary-inspired art, reading, language and literature in the north east London borough that was one of the hosts of the 2012 Olympics. Continue Reading...More News
BDS continues to offer its “RDA Introduction Day” to library services across the country. The informative and practical one-day guides have been delivered to groups of cataloguers in places as diverse as Hertfordshire, the Scottish Borders, Glasgow and Cardiff. Continue Reading...
BookBrunch, the web service that covers the global book scene, is to be made available free of charge to public libraries. The online journal helps inform librarians and customers about authors, publishers and trends with the reading public. Continue Reading...
For nearly six months each year, the Gulf of Finland is a frozen mass of water that links three great Baltic cities: St Petersburg, Helsinki and Tallinn. Each city represents a country with its own language and traditions, each is dramatically different, and at the heart of each city is a library, preserving a national identity.BDSLife travels north, to the Gulf of Finland, and discovers three great libraries with very different histories… Read Full Feature