Each year we try to quantify the benefits of Califa membership for our libraries, and we are thrilled that we helped save libraries over $4.4 million in FY 2011-2012! View the report here, and make sure your library is getting the most out of your membership dollars. Email Heather Teysko if you have any questions about the report, or see potential savings here that you would like to take advantage of.
Additionally, if your library was unable to save money through your Califa membership this year, we'd love to speak with you about ways that you may be able to save next year. Email us and we can discuss your library's plans, and ways we may be able to help. You'll be surprised at the many products we represent.
Here is an example of some of our many "Super Savers": Alameda County: saved $64,248.16
Berkeley Public: saved $190,176.65
Los Gatos Public: saved $192,174.60
MariNet: saved $176,528.01
Oakland Public: saved $186,681.08
Palo Alto City: saved $179,987.49
Palos Verdes Library District: saved $177,074.00
Pleasanton: saved $172,270.59
Riverside Public: saved $170,072.53
San Francisco Public: $427,699.39
San Jose Public: $190,188.33
Santa Cruz Public: $382,304.17
Thanks to our Super Savers. Hopefully their example can inspire others to take advantage of all the savings Califa can offer.
The Califa project is supported in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services
under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian