NATICK, MA - Capira Technologies, LLC., a custom mobile app provider for public and academic libraries worldwide, continues to expand its growing list of library clients with a new partnership with Ocean State Libraries. The library system—which is comprised of 49 member libraries who serve over 1 million residents —has signed on to begin the development of a custom mobile app to better engage library patrons in the state.
"We're thrilled to add Ocean State Libraries as our newest library partner in engaging patrons through mobile apps. This selection of Capira Technologies further demonstrates our continuing leadership and cutting edge technology in mobile app discovery layer solutions for libraries." says Michael Berse, Founder and CEO of Capira Technologies, LLC.
About Capira Technologies
Founded in 2012 by former library employees, Capira Technologies creates customized mobile apps for libraries, providing for an optimal patron experience, including state-of-the-art functionality and services, such as digital library cards, self-checkout, iBeacon integration and more. Clients include New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, Minuteman Library Network, Los Angeles Public Library, and over 400 other public and academic libraries worldwide. The company also develops specialized products such as its museum pass reservation platform, and custom projects like "Text To Checkout" services. Visit Capira Technologies website at https://www.capiratech.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Ocean State Libraries
Ocean State Libraries (OSL) is a consortium of Rhode Island's 48 public libraries and St. George's School. OSL coordinates a statewide catalog of library materials, digital content and future-ready technology services for its member libraries so they may better serve their patrons and communities. Through their library's membership in OSL and OSL's partnership with the Rhode Island Office of Library & Information Services, library patrons have access to over six million books, movies and more, all available at or through their local public library.