|Other Information||: The Library seeks proposals from experienced firms and individuals (hereinafter referred to as “Proposers”) in response to this Request for Proposals (RFP) to enter into a contract for an Integrated Library System (ILS).
Proposers responding to this RFP may submit more than one proposal. Proposers are not to provide a single proposal with multiple options. Proposers are not to provide a base proposal with options to increase costs. Instead, proposers
are to reflect their maximum pricing. The CPL is seeking a complete, production ready ILS with automated and userfriendly user end services—such as ability to interact with the Bibliocommons discovery layer or Discovery Service
(, DS). This system must be capable of supporting an online public access catalog, as well as circulation, acquisition, serials, interlibrary loans, reporting, cataloging, and administrative modules. The new system will be provided as cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS), and delivered over the internet and configured as described below. As a business decision, CPL will also consider open source solutions for an ILS/DS or equivalent Library Service Platform (LSP). The preferred solution would be able to work in conjunction with an Automated Materials Handling system and either be compatible with our Capira mobile solution or provide an alternative app for users. A successful product will support CPL’s growing offsite and outreach initiatives, provide a platform that works for all levels of staff, and feature a modern and intuitive interface. CPL is open to considering vendors with products that include non-traditional ILS functions if they satisfy the basic requirements and further our