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Press Release: Biblionix [February 23, 2021]

Apollo LSP boosted with Advanced Reserves and Library of Things

Austin, Texas February 23, 2021 Biblionix today announced Advanced Reserve and Library of Things (LoT) capabilities for its Apollo ILS/LSP. Libraries can choose to implement either one or both on anything in their Apollo catalogs.

Advanced Reserves allow patrons to place a reserve for a future date.

Library of Things capability includes a separate version of the Apollo catalog.

Availability is immediate and is included in customers' normal annual Apollo subscription fee.

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 dick@biblionix.com.

About Biblionix, LLC:

Biblionix is located in Austin, Texas and was founded in 2003. The family-owned company's Apollo ILS/LSP is devoted solely to public libraries. Providing Apollo with this singular focus, Biblionix excels at delighting customers. The result is an Apollo retention rate of over 99% over all 17 years. Further, Apollo has won Product of the Year or Platinum in the Modern Library Awards in each of the last 6 years. And the annual "Perceptions" survey by Marshall Breeding, have shown Apollo topping the charts for many consecutive years. Most Biblionix staff members have worked or volunteered at a public library


Summary: Biblionix announced Advanced Reserve and Library of Things (LoT) capabilities for its Apollo ILS/LSP. Libraries can choose to implement either one or both on anything in their Apollo catalogs.
Publication Year:2021
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:February 23, 2021
Publisher:Biblionix
Company:
Company: Biblionix
Products: Apollo
Subject: Product announcements
Permalink: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/25919

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