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Press Release: SirsiDynix [May 18, 2016]

SirsiDynix welcomes new libraries in Q1

May 18, 2016, LEHI, UT — The first quarter of 2016 has been a robust period of growth for SirsiDynix and its libraries. SirsiDynix is pleased to welcome 11 new libraries to the family of BLUEcloud customers, 8 of whom have chosen to adopt SirsiDynix's industry-leading SaaS. SirsiDynix's new customers represent a variety of library sizes and types. Joining from locations across the globe, new customers include libraries such as Kent Archaeological Society, Fenimore Art Museum, Lawrence Public Library, Boone County Public Library, Santa Clara County Free Library, and City of Stirling, Western Australia.

New additions to the SirsiDynix community include 7 libraries joining EOS.Web, 15 libraries joining an existing SirsiDynix consortium, and 7 stand-alone libraries adopting SirsiDynix solutions. Of the libraries joining a consortium, 9 will join a hosted system. Another 8 of the new SirsiDynix libraries have chosen to adopt the industry-leading SaaS solution, while 11 existing SirsiDynix customers have also chosen to move to the flexibility and dependability of hosting. SirsiDynix SaaS ensures libraries 99.95% uptime and offers ISO 27001 certified security.

Additionally, the EUI has selected the SirsiDynix Enterprise resource discovery solution and BLUEcloud Lists resource list management system, integrated with EBSCO's Discovery Service. Together with the BLUEcloud Visibility linked data solution, SirsiDynix and BLUEcloud will deliver a change in open web discoverability to EUI students and researchers.

"We'd like to extend a warm welcome to the new customers who have chosen SirsiDynix," said SirsiDynix CEO Bill Davison. "Supporting and empowering the work of our customers is our highest priority. More and more libraries are finding that SirsiDynix technology and the BLUEcloud vision is the best solution to help them succeed. Since the inception of BLUEcloud, SirsiDynix libraries have been supported by a forward-thinking solution, focused on creating the best library user experience."

"The success of the BLUEcloud vision has put SirsiDynix on a well-defined and progressive path of development," said Davison, "and the Q1 adoption numbers only reinforce the strength of our vision and our drive. We look forward to the coming months of 2016 and the opportunities it will bring for us to further serve our libraries."

About SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix connects people with knowledge at more than 23,000 libraries around the world. Through library management technology and search and discovery tools, libraries using SirsiDynix technology bring relevant resources and the power of knowledge to their users and communities. SirsiDynix technology is architected to be open, scalable, and robust, offering a complete out-of-the-box solution and unparalleled flexibility through APIs and web services. Complemented by the most experienced training, consulting, and support staff in the industry, SirsiDynix helps libraries create tomorrow's libraries, today. To find out more, visit www.sirsidynix.com.


Summary: The first quarter of 2016 has been a robust period of growth for SirsiDynix and its libraries. SirsiDynix is welcomed 11 new libraries to the family of BLUEcloud customers, 8 of whom have chosen to adopt SirsiDynix’s SaaS. SirsiDynix’s new customers represent a variety of library sizes and types. Joining from locations across the globe, new customers include libraries such as Kent Archaeological Society, Fenimore Art Museum, Lawrence Public Library, Boone County Public Library, Santa Clara County Free Library, and City of Stirling, Western Australia.
Publication Year:2016
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:May 18, 2016
Publisher:SirsiDynix
Company:
Company: SirsiDynix
Libraries: Kent Archaeological Society
Fenimore Art Museum
Lawrence Public Library
Boone County Public Library
Santa Clara County Free Library
City of Stirling
Subject: System announcements -- selection
Permalink: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/21610

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