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.
TIND ILS is an Integrated Library System offered by TIND.
TIND ILS has been installed in 11 libraries, spanning 12 facilities or branches)
TIND ILS implementations by Type of Library
[Data source: statistics derived from the libraries.org directory of libraries]
The University of Southern Indiana Partners With TIND and EBSCO to Improve the Library’s Research Experience
January 28, 2021 - TIND and EBSCO Information Services announce that the University of Southern Indiana has selected the TIND Integrated Library System, migrating from Ex Libris' Voyager system and will also transition its Primo discovery layer to EBSCO Discovery Service. The university will be able to use EDS with TIND ILS for real-time holdings information and integrate with GOBI and Harrassowitz, leveraging the TIND ILS real-time acquisition APIs.
Supreme Court Library of Queensland selects TIND
August 17, 2020 - TIND announced that another law library will join Columbia and Berkeley Law schools in migrating to the TIND ILS. The Supreme Court Library Queensland will migrate from Millennium, by Innovative Interfaces, to a combined TIND ILS and TIND DA instance.
Mills College goes live on TIND ILS
June 18, 2020 - TIND's reach in the bay area continues to grow as Mills College in Oakland migrates to the TIND ILS. Mills College joins UC Berkeley Law (TIND ILS, TIND IR) and UC Berkeley main campus (TIND DA) as TIND customers.
Eastern Mennonite University migrates to TIND ILS
May 26, 2020 - TIND announced that another U.S. academic library has chosen to migrate to the TIND ILS. Eastern Mennonite University is currently implementing the TIND ILS, migrating from a SirsiDynix instance of Symphony.
Columbia Law migrates to the TIND ILS
May 24, 2019 - TIND welcomed Columbia Law Library to the growing cadre of academic libraries opting for the TIND ILS. Columbia is migrating from Sierra ILS.