Our team here at LEID Products was initially excited to see that the Wall Street Journal did an article that featured our iLibrary Kiosk and electronic book lockers used for the Victoria Station and Hugo Library Express systems in Minnesota. The article uses a photo of our product installed at the Hugo, MN facility and mentions our installation in its second paragraph.
However, we were very disappointed to see that not only was our company not mentioned in the article, but that the article directly mentions our competitors. We contacted the WSJ reporter who had no interest in correcting this omission. We were very disappointed in the Wall Street Journal. Not only did this reporter serve to discredit the successful work of the dedicated employees of LEID, but confuse the very market base we sell to.
LEID Products is very pleased to share this rebuttal article from a local paper in Minnesota that criticizes the Wall Street Journal for publishing an article that highlighted a successful installation of our iLibrary kiosk and electronic lockers - but called out “only” our competitor in the article. When our customer learned that the WSJ told us they had no interest in correcting this omission, our customer had this article published in their local paper instead. What a GREAT customer we have in the Victoria Library!