An Introduction to INscribe Retailer Codes

You might find yourself asking how we came up with these retailer codes that determine where your titles goes. The answer lies in ONIX Code List 139. Often times, these codes are similar to those used in stocks and trade for the company. When we strike up a partnership with a new retailer, we consult the ONIX Code List 139 to see if there is an existing ONIX code that we can use for our system. If there is not, we assign a specific code for that retailer. 


Where to Use INscribe Retailer Codes

You will use these codes to opt in or out of distribution to specific retailers, to assign retailer-specific files or metadata, or two run a price campaign at a select set of retailers. We also use them in Athena and on reporting.


INscribe Retailer Codes


Retailer CodeRetailer
MMM3M
AMZAmazon
KNBBaker and Taylor
BNOBarnes and Noble
BBDBiblioBoard Library
BGRBookgrabbr
BSHBookish
BOSBookshare
BKSBookshout
BBXBorrowBox
BOWBowker
CHGChegg
EBKebooks.com
EBSEBSCO
EPCEPIC
FOLFollett
FRDFreading
GDNGardners
GDRGoodreads
GOOGoogle Books
HPLHoopla
APCiBooks
IPRIPR License
INRIngram
INKInktera
IZNIzneo
KDPKDP
KBOKobo
KORKortext
MKNMackin
MILMyILibrary
NTGNetGalley
ODLOdilo
OVDOverDrive
PROProQuest Ebooks Central
SRDScribd
SNPSnapplify
TXC TextCafe
TBXTotal Boox
WRSWheelers Books
RDYDRM Store
HMGHummingbird Digital Media
BBZBlueBottleBiz
PERPerlego
RHWReadHowYouWant
LCALogin Canada
RSFRedShelf
PBDPerma-Bound
KEPAmazon Kindle Enterprise Publishing