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Bibliovation

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Bibliovation is an Integrated Library System offered by PTFS.

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Bibliovation has been installed in 145 libraries, spanning 199 facilities or branches)

Bibliovation implementations by Type of Library

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Distribution of Bibliovation sites by Country

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System migration patterns for Bibliovation

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Sales Statistics for Bibliovation

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Sales and Installation Statistics for Bibliovation
Product NameCompanyNameProduct TypeYearContractsLibrariesInstalled
Bibliovation PTFSIntegrated Library System20223333504
Bibliovation PTFSIntegrated Library System20212348471
Bibliovation PTFSIntegrated Library System2017222322
Bibliovation PTFSIntegrated Library System2015338

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News Anouncements for Bibliovation

LibLime presents The Bibliovation Library Services Platform at ALA
June 3, 2022 - LibLime invites attendees of the ALA Annual Conference to one of three exclusive presentations of the Bibliovation Library Service Platform delivered by librarians from the South Central Library System. Since 2008, SCLS librarians have helped LibLime design and deploy one of the best circulation subsystems for supporting consortium use of union catalogs.

Three Public Libraries Go Live on Bibliovation 7.2
May 1, 2022 - LibLime welcomes three new public library customers using Bibliovation 7.2 in production. These public libraries are using Bibliovation to provide collection maintenance and dissemination for their print and digital collections. One library is in Souda Bay on the island of Crete, one library is in Capodichino in Italy, and the third library is in Bahrain. Each of the libraries received implementation services from LibLime including system configuration, data migration, and staff training. Now that each site is live on Bibliovation 7.2, LibLime is offering each site award-winning hosting services as well. The library staffs are now enjoying the benefits of a 100% browser-based library management solution in a FedRAMP certified hosting facility.

Lora M. Robins Library goes live on Bibliovation 7.2
March 25, 2022 - The Lora M. Robins Library at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden has migrated to the Bibliovation 7.2 Library Services Platform. The Library is now using Bibliovation to provide collection maintenance and library services for their gardening, botany, horticulture, and landscaping collections. The Library is now enjoying the benefits of a 100% browser-based library management solution hosted by LibLime in a FedRAMP-certified hosting facility.

LibLime premiers Bibliovation 7.2 at PLA 2022
February 24, 2022 - LibLime will be premiering the newest functions and features inBibliovation 7.2 at the upcoming PLA 2022 Annual Conference. PLA 2022 will be held in Portland, ORand LibLime will be presenting in Booth 1053. The conference exhibits arena will be open Wednesday,March 23 to Friday, March 25 at the Oregon Convention Center. All conference attendees areencouraged to visit LibLime at Booth 1053 to see how visual searching using MARC-cataloged datadisplays using map interfaces integrated into the Discovery Layer.

Pacific Rim and Indian Ocean libraries live on Bibliovation 7.2
December 6, 2021 - Over a four-month timeframe, LibLime has brought six libraries live on the Bibliovation 7.2 Library Services Platform. These six public libraries are all supporting local community members for print and digital library needs in their respective locations. Two libraries are located in Guam; one is on the island of Diego Garcia; and three are in Japan including Atsugi, Sasebo, and Yokosuka. The migration processes began in late summer and continued throughout the fall. The library staffs are now enjoying the benefits of a 100% browser-based library management solution in a FedRAMP-certified hosting facility. The users of the libraries are accessing their collections and related resources using the Bibliovation Discovery Layer.

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