September 16, 2021, LEHI, UT—New Mexico State Library has selected SirsiDynix as their Integrated Library System (ILS) partner. Believing in the power libraries have to uplift and enrich their communities, SirsiDynix is honored to provide services and support for New Mexico State Library.
"Our scope of work involves merging three Koha databases, one Polaris and one OCLC WMS database," said Bradley Carrington, Chief of the Technical Services Bureau at NMSL. "We are pleased with SirsiDynix's plan for merging the databases, and we are glad to be coming back as a customer. The New Mexico State Library took its system online in 1993 with Dynix Marquis. This procurement generated a statewide contract that other New Mexico libraries can use if they are purchasing SirsiDynix products."
SirsiDynix believes in the power of libraries. Transforming and shaping their communities every day, that power inspires us to connect people with knowledge at more than 23,000 libraries worldwide. SirsiDynix technology combines relevant resources with the Best Library User Experience (BLUE). With our Best-of-Breed approach, SirsiDynix gives libraries the greatest and most expansive range of options for their software. Complemented by the most experienced training, consulting, and support staff in the industry, SirsiDynix helps libraries to reach their highest potential while serving their communities. To find out more, visit www.sirsidynix.com.