Austin, Texas – February 26, 2014 – Biblionix, a leading provider of automation solely for public libraries, today announced that its Apollo integrated library system (ILS) has topped LibraryWorks' (http://libraryworks.com/) massive "2015 Library Purchasing Survey" in the IT/Automation category. The survey ranked 46 such companies.
The survey illustrates how libraries budget for and spend on automation, print and non-print media, professional services, furniture, equipment and supplies, and shelving for their facilities. It has 182 pages and 194 charts and tables. Data was compiled in November 2014 and released on January 15, 2015
It is available here: lyponline.com/Strategic-Library/sl-order-form.html and here lyponline.com/Strategic-Library/Order-Purchasing-Survey.pdf
"Custom-driven Apollo continues to win accolades. That's all 3 current reviews that rank us above all others," said Clark Charbonnet, founder and principal of Biblionix. "This is a humbling record that stems from our deeply engrained culture of pleasing and partnering with customers."
The other 2 awards are Modern Library Awards, Platinum level and Marshall Breeding's "Perceptions" survey.
Apollo ILS has recently received two major enhancements:
- Totally new responsive public catalog that is receiving rave reviews
- Acquisitions module for management of materials budget and ordering
For more information on Biblionix, contact Dick Moeller at email@example.com.
About Biblionix, LLC:
Biblionix is located in Austin, Texas and was founded in 2003. The family-owned company is devoted solely to public libraries. This singular focus lets Biblionix excel at delighting just one type of customer. In addition to the above award, this is borne out by six consecutive years of top-of-the-charts ratings for Apollo in the annual "Perceptions" survey by Marshall Breeding. Some Biblionix staff members volunteer at their own public library.
About the LibraryWorks, Inc.
LibraryWorks, Inc. helps administrators to make informed decisions about library technology, automation and software, collection development and management, facilities and furnishings, staffing, purchasing, and other areas that drive effective strategic planning and day-to-day operations. Our family of resources can enable you to identify best practices, monitor trends, evaluate new products and services, apply for grants and funding, post or find a job, and even enjoy some library humor.