Onelog - track resources, costs and usage
Monday, 22nd October 2018
If you subscribe to multiple resources and need to track usage and costs, an electronic resource management tool like Onelog could be the solution. Find out why we undertook a full product review and see whether you can seamlessly integrate this tool into your existing workflow.
If your organisation subscribes to a wide range of resources, you'll need to be able to manage access to them and accurately provide means to charge back their usage to internal and external clients - Onelog could be the answer you're looking for.
Read our new "product review of Onelog" (Subscriber content) to find out how Onelog could help you get independent usage statistics, track spend across resources and more.
Electronic resource management
We last reviewed this electronic resource management product back in 2015. Since then the product has been upgraded, particularly its user interface and in our latest full product review, Scott Vine takes a more in-depth look at the product.
With over 20 years of experience working in the library and information sector, and in his current role as a senior information officer in a global law firm, Scott is well placed to review Onelog.
As a resource management product, Onelog provides access to many resources out of the box and with thousands of sites and services to choose from, new clients can just sign up, search and add the services they need from the list.
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If you have a Jinfo Subscription you can log in now to read our product review of Onelog to find out more about its wide range of configurable options and how it can help you better manage all your resources in one place.
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