Austin, Texas – February 11, 2019 - Biblionix today announced that a new staff interface is available for its Apollo LSP at no charge. The Dashboard brings a sleek, contemporary look to staff's primary access/home page. It provides unprecedented access to key information with up-to-the-minute status. Tabs are managed internally to the Dashboard allowing for features like auto-restore and precise labeling.
Other significant enhancements include:
- Additional layer of staff authentication. This will allow for future logging of all actions.
- Fly-in, auto-retract menu.
- Tile approach to provide a wealth of auto-updating information.
- Update other pages for user experience enhancements.
- Multiple tabs management: open multiple tabs in the same module, including prompting about opening a duplicate tab.
- News and Hints
- Another way to inform the library of updates and other key news/info.
- The News might be for all customers, customers in one state, or just a single library.
The Dashboard is available immediately at no charge for all customers to test drive; on their timetable. There is no current schedule to force customers to switch.
On each PC, the user can move back and forth from the Dashboard to the Classic interface at will, gaining confidence and comfort. When ready, with one click, the library can remove the trial mode and make the Dashboard the norm.
For more information on Biblionix, and its intuitive, imaginative solutions solely for public libraries with less than 300,000 holdings, visit the website at biblionix.com or contact Dick Moeller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 its Apollo ILS/LSP excel at delighting just one type of customer. In fact, Apollo has won the Product of the Year Award 2016 and 2017 from Modern Library Awards. In addition to the above award, this is borne out by eight consecutive years of top-of-the-charts ratings for Apollo in the annual "Perceptions" survey by Marshall Breeding. Most Biblionix staff members have worked or volunteered at their own public library.