Earlier chapters have demonstrated that making the transition to e-resource oriented workflows is a significant challenge requiring creativity, collaboration, and the ability to embrace change. Unfortunately, there is not one “correct” set of workflows that all libraries can implement in order to overcome this challenge. Instead, each library must develop its own unique solutions that are shaped by such factors as its size, resources, user community, and organizational structure. By examining the e-resource management workflows of peers, however, a library can gain valuable insights into the solutions that will most effectively meet its own needs. This chapter aims to provide such insights through case studies describing the workflows for e-resource management developed by five academic libraries. The first section of the chapter provides a broad overview of the case libraries, highlighting their unique characteristics and overall e-resource management strategies. The next section builds upon this overview by describing how the libraries perform core tasks for e-resource management. The chapter concludes by discussing a few overall insights to be gained from an analysis of the case libraries’ workflows.