This dashboard brings together data, trends, news, and other resources from Library Technology Guides describing the product and the libraries in
which it has has been implemented, its geographic presence, statistics of sales and installations, and satisfaction ratings from libraries that use it.
Apollo is an Integrated Library System offered by Biblionix.
Apollo has been installed in 863 libraries, spanning 964 facilities or branches)
Apollo implementations by Type of Library
[Data source: statistics derived from the libraries.org directory of libraries]
Biblionix fee reductions and COVID-19
November 30, 2020 - Biblionix's subscription model is helping libraries with COVID-19 related budget challenges. If usage of the Apollo ILS is lower, normal company policy is to reduce fees at renewal time to match the actual usage over the previous 12 months. This is counter to common behavior of other vendors; locking-in prices for years, and in some cases applying automatic yearly increases.
Biblionix Announces a Battery of COVID-19 Coping Tools
June 2, 2020 - Biblionix today announced the completion of its Mobile Checkout capability for the Apollo® ILS/LSP. This brings the number of closure and partial-closure tools that are now available to all Apollo customers to eighteen. All are free of charge.
ProQuest, Biblionix join forces to improve public library patron experience
December 4, 2019 - Public libraries who use Apollo, an integrated library system (ILS) from Biblionix that automates circulation management and collection management, now have a new way to improve the discovery experience for their patrons. The Syndetics Unbound catalog enrichment service, designed to transform a library’s catalog or discovery layer, will now be available to public libraries in combination with Apollo.