RefWorks is Now Part of Ex Libris -- a ProQuest Company

We are pleased to inform you that RefWorks is now part of Ex Libris, a ProQuest company. Aligning with the full suite of Ex Libris solutions for researchers will help us accelerate the development of RefWorks, combining Ex Libris' library experience, development expertise, and close community collaboration with the deep domain knowledge of the RefWorks team.
The RefWorks team remains in place as part of the Ex Libris organization. Todd Vaccaro continues to lead RefWorks product management, and remains the focal point for the RefWorks customer community.
What should you expect?
Over the next few months, we will be working hard to provide you with:
  • Fast delivery of improvements through timely product releases
  • Tighter integration with discovery, research, and learning tools, leading to greater value and efficiency for RefWorks users
  • Increased engagement and communication with customers and more ways for you to take part in the RefWorks community.
The RefWorks development team is focused on providing you with the highest quality product. Our priority is to accelerate the development of New RefWorks, and close existing functional gaps. If you are on Legacy RefWorks, no need to worry: there is no required migration to New RefWorks.
Stay tuned for future announcements on upcoming webinars.
If you would like to take an active role, please join our 
community site  and consider participating in our customer development panel by sending your contact information to 
Todd Vaccaro.
On behalf of the entire Ex Libris family, we are delighted to welcome our RefWorks customers.

Best regards,
Shlomi Kringel
Corporate VP, Ex Libris
Yuval Kiselstein
VP Product Management
Todd Vaccaro
Product Management Lead 

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