Tag Archives: library automation

Participate in the 2017 International Library Automation Perceptions Survey

(4 November 2017) Please respond to this year’s International Library Automation Survey conducted through Library Technology Guides. The survey measures the levels of satisfaction that libraries have in their strategic technology products and their perceptions of the quality of service and support that they receive. The results of this survey provide valuable information to libraries […]


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Koha ILS installation and consultancy for library setup at A.A.Ukulhahu School Library

(16 March 2017)  The Maldives Library Association, MLA, is carrying out Library automation project by installing Koha Integrated Library System in libraries throughout Maldives.  A team from MLA visited A.A Ukulhahu school to install Koha and provide training. The team included Fathimath Nashath, the President of MLA,  Ahmed Shareef, Koha Technician and Aishath Zukhra, Hiriya School […]


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Perceptions 2016: An International Survey of Library Automation

(25 January 2017) Marshall Breeding has posted on his website the results of the tenth annual survey of data collected on how libraries rate their current integrated library system, the company involved, and the quality of customer support. Perceptions 2016: an international survey of library automation gives the general conclusions and presents all the statistical […]


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The Global Library Automation Services System Market Research Report 2016

(19 July 2016) The report gives insights into the world’s major regional market conditions of the library automation system industry including  North America, Europe and Asia and the main countries United States, Germany, Japan and China. Marketreportscenter has more.


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bibliotheca acquires open library experts Cordura

(4 July 2016) bibliotheca A/S, a joint venture between bibliotheca Group and Axiell Group, has acquired one of Europe’s leading open library solutions, the Danish company Cordura A/S. This acquisition further strengthens the library offering of the Group and adds significant experience and value to the global R&D team. Cordura A/S have a diverse range […]


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Perceptions 2015: An International Survey of Library Automation

(2 February 2016) Marshall Breeding has posted the results of the ninth annual survey on how libraries rate their current integrated library system, the company involved, and the quality of customer support. Perceptions 2015: an international survey of library automation gives the general conclusions and presents all the statistical results derived from the survey. As […]


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Singapore libraries use technology for easier, faster service

(28 August 2015, Singapore) Libraries are making use of technology to ensure users can get the books and materials they want in an easier and faster manner. Singapore’s Communications and Information Minister Yaacob Ibrahim saw some of these improvements during a visit to Sembawang Public Library on Friday 2 August 2015. They include a book […]


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Addmen introduces library management module as a part of campus automation software

(13 August 2015, Pune, India) (PressReleasePoint) - The library management software is a part of Addmen’s ECAS, which is Enhanced Campus Automation Software. Just like the software automates all the administration processes of an educational institute, it also takes care of the library management process. The library management software offers the facility to maintain a catalogue […]


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Perceptions 2014: An International Survey of Library Automation

(10 February 2015) This eighth annual Library Automation Perceptions Report from Marshall Breeding provides evaluative ratings submitted by individuals representing over three thousand libraries from 80 countries describing experiences with 154 different automation products, including both proprietary and open source systems. The survey results include 994 narrative comments providing candid statements — both positive and […]


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Perceptions 2013: An International Survey of Library Automation

(3 February 2014)   In his seventh annual Library Automation Perceptions Report, Marshall Breeding  provides evaluative ratings submitted by individuals representing over three thousand libraries from 53 countries describing experiences with 136 different automation products, including both proprietary and open source systems. The survey results include 730 narrative comments providing candid statements — both positive and […]


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Lingnan University upgrades to the Sierra Services Platform

(Emeryville, CA., 9 August 2013) The Lingnan University Library in Hong Kong upgraded to the Sierra Services Platform from the Millennium ILS this past month. The internationally recognized liberal arts university has been a customer of Innovative since 1993 and participates in the Hong Kong Academic Library Link (HKALL) that utilizes Innovative’s INN-Reach resource-sharing solution. […]


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Ex Libris Alma promotes success at RMIT University

(Adelaide, Australia 23 July 2013)  Ex Libris Group®, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions, has announced that RMIT University is in production with the Alma library management service from Ex Libris. In tandem with Ex Libris Primo®, which RMIT implemented in 2012, Alma has replaced multiple systems, including the Library’s Voyager […]


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Seoul National University selects Ex Libris Alma

(Singapore, 11 July 2013)  Ex Libris® Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions has announced  that Seoul National University (SNU) has selected the next-generation Alma library management solution. SNU is the first Korean institution to join the Alma early-adopter program, following in the footsteps of over 160 leading institutions worldwide.  More here.


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Macquarie University selects Ex Libris Alma

(Adelaide, Australia, 4 February 2013). Ex Libris® Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions, has announced that Macquarie University has selected the Alma library management solution. By adding Alma to the Primo® discovery and delivery solution, which the Macquarie community uses for searching the university library’s local and global collections, Macquarie […]


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