[Libs-Or] Amazon corporate accounts for libraries
jandrson at tbcc.cc.or.us
Wed Mar 17 08:44:20 PST 2004
I haven't worked with Amazon, but Barnes and Noble has a special government
account that offers a 5% discount on any purchase. I find that makes them
often less expensive than Amazon, certainly on fixed price items such as
anything from Oxford Press. We've done returns with no problems.
Tillamook Bay Community College
At 08:23 AM 03/17/2004 -0800, Sam Richmond wrote:
>This query is directed to any selectors or acquisitions/collection
>management people who do business with Amazon.com:
>Eugene Public Library is interested in setting up an Amazon corporate
>account and we'd appreciate any feedback about its compatibility with
>What has been your experience with Amazon's new invoicing procedures? As a
>"corporate" customer, have you found their billing practices amenable and
>adaptable to the purchasing protocols of your city or educational
>institution? What about overall customer relations?
>Thanks in advance,
>Sam W. Richmond
>Senior Librarian for Technical Services
>Eugene Public Library
>100 W. 10th Ave.
>Eugene, OR 97401
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