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Statistical Report for Bibliovation

Statistics according to type and size categories

The following table presents the 2021 results according to the type and size of the library.

2021 Bibliovation Responses by Sector
BibliovationallAcademicPublicSchoolConsortium
smallmediumlargesmallmediumlarge
navgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavg
SatisfactionLevelILS95.89 00021020
ILSFunctionality96.22 00021020
PrintFunctionality97.11 00021020
ElectronicFunctionality94.78 00021020
SatisfactionCustomerSupport96.56 00021020
CompanyLoyalty95.89 00021020



2021 Survey Results
Product: Bibliovation Response Distribution Statistics
CategoryResponses 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ModeMeanMedian
ILS Satisfaction9 1 1 1 1 5 75.897
ILS Functionality9 1 2 1 4 1 76.227
Print Functionality9 1 1 4 2 1 77.117
Electronic Functionality9 2 1 4 1 1 54.785
Company Satisfaction9 1 1 5 2 76.567
Support Satisfaction9 1 1 1 3 2 1 76.567
Support Improvement0 00.00
Company Loyalty9 1 1 2 2 2 1 65.897
Open Source Interest7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05.436

CategoryTotalYespercent
Considering new ILS9 222.22%
Considering new Interface9 00.00%
System Installed on time?9 00.00%

Average Collection size: 149372

TypeCount
Public3
Academic0
School2
Consortium0
Special0

Size CategoryCount
[1] Under 10,0000
[2] 10,001-100,0006
[3] 100,001-250,0001
[4] 250,001-1,000,0001
[5] 1,000,001-10,000,0000
[6] over 10,000,0010


4 Responses for Bibliovation in 2020

2 Responses for Bibliovation in 2019

2 Responses for Bibliovation in 2018

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2017

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2016

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2015

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2014

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2013

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2012

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2011

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2010

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2009

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2008

0 Responses for Bibliovation in 2007

2021 : gen: 5.89 company 6.56 loyalty 5.89 support 6.56

Comments (survey2021)

Most vendors provide admin support and hosting so this alleviates having a librarian/dept that works strictly on library systems, at least in small academic libraries. Looking to change job title & description for a Systems Librarian to an Electronic Resources Librarian as their job is to work on interoperatibility of the various platforms we use for discovery of both print and electronic resources. Over the past year we concluded that it was our ILS vendor, when updating their system, would purge our electronic resources and we would need to re-add them each time (happened twice in one year). We are not currently using a subscription service either due to poor performance on their part. Another platform we use is Third Iron's Browzine, along with EDS and Bibliovation. (Library type: ; collection size: medium; ils satisfaction: 6)

Bibliovation has improved since release, as our regional consortium has worked with them to correct problems. The reporting tool has seen several issues that needed to be fixed. (Library type: Public; collection size: medium; ils satisfaction: 7)

Liblime Bibliovation is based on the open source Koha system. Some of it's shortcomings are problems introduced into the Bibliovation version that is no longer the same as the open source version. (Library type: School; collection size: small; ils satisfaction: 7)

We have been using Koha with support from LibLime for about 12 years. During the past year we explored various ILS options from a variety of companies. We finally settled on Follett Destiny LMS and proposed the migration from Koha. The proposal was accepted and we are in the midst of the migration now. Our hope is that the Follett Destiny LMS will give our patrons much more access to both the print and electronic collections as well as the ability to create their own collections of resources for units of instruction. (Library type: School; collection size: medium; ils satisfaction: 4)

We have a fairly large collection of digital objects associated with our historical collection. Bibliovation does a good job of integrating these digital objects into the general search. Our agency mandates that all applications sit in the government cloud, and this inhibits the use of several other ILS options. (Library type: Government Agency; collection size: medium; ils satisfaction: 7)

PTFS/LibLime is responsive to our needs, but we do not work with them directly at the library-level. Problems and development go through our shared system, the [...]. (Library type: Public; collection size: large; ils satisfaction: 7)

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