Main event of 2012 was the e-Strategy Marketing and Training Event that was held in September. Marketed as ‘Out of the e-Box’ symposium and training workshops. Overdrive (e-Fiction) investigation, implementation, training and marketing can be seen as another important corporate e-Initiative. In the beginning of 2012 the Library IT section became part of the ‘Innovation & Technology’ division. This was an important step as dedicated IT expertise could now be integrated into the e-Strategy.During 2012 the e-Literacy and Library Catalogue managers also joined the e-Service unit and their skills are an added bonus for the e-Strategy. Most of the e-Strategy focus areas staff are now on level 2 and it has improved the collaboration between the different areas tremendously! Focus area leaders from Client Services and Library Technical Services continued to add value to the e-Strategy. The biggest focus in 2012 was mobile developments (although quite ad hoc!) and this will also receive attention in 2013.