Columbia, MO - October 1, 2019 -- MOBIUS announced that the Ozark Regional Library successfully migrated and went live as a standalone library, which utilizes the Evergreen ILS, on August 26, 2019. Previously, Ozark Regional Library was a member of the Missouri Evergreen consortium.
MOBIUS performed data migration services as part of its MOSS (MOBIUS Open Source Solutions) service. MOBIUS also provides data hosting and support to Ozark Regional Library.
About the Ozark Regional Library
For over seventy years, Ozark Regional Library (http://ozarkregional.org) has provided library and information services to rural southeast Missouri. Today, we provide library service to Iron and Madison counties.
It is the function of the Ozark Regional Library to acquire, organize, preserve, and make available books and related materials to its communities and surrounding areas. Materials will be selected for all ages, from pre-school to maturity, and service will not be denied because of religious, racial, social, economic, or political status. The library will seek to work with other libraries to provide patrons with the widest range of services possible through cooperative arrangements including but not limited to reference services, interlibrary loans, and reciprocal borrower's card agreements.
MOBIUS (mobiusconsortium.org) is a not-for-profit, 501 (C)(3) tax-exempt organization that is transforming library services with cost-effective help desk, training, technical resources, courier management, and procurement services. The MOBIUS consortium is comprised of over 75 Sierra libraries with 192 branches. Members benefit from shared services and technology expertise, and a resource-sharing network of over 30 million items. MOBIUS offers managed services for Sierra and INN-Reach, and MOSS, a complete hosting and management service for the Evergreen Open Source ILS. Offices are located in Columbia, Missouri and its customers and members span the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Iowa, Kansas, North Carolina, Arkansas, and Texas.