Syracuse, NY, March 24, 2010 - Polaris Library Systems, a leading provider of library automation technology, announced today that Newmarket Public Library in Ontario, Canada, has selected the Polaris Integrated Library System (ILS).The Polaris ILS will replace the library's SirsiDynix Horizon system.
"We are excited to be implementing the Polaris ILS with its easy-to-use access to library materials and information," said Linda Peppiatt, acting CEO of Newmarket Public Library. "It provides us with enhanced functionality that streamlines services for library members."
"We are thrilled that Newmarket Public Library has selected Polaris," said Polaris President & CEO Bill Schickling. "We look forward to a long-term partnership with the Newmarket team and continued growth in Canada."
About Newmarket Public Library
In 2004, Newmarket Public Library celebrated its 100th anniversary as a free public library. The library holds a collection of approximately 175,000 volumes of various categories, for children and adults. The audiovisual department currently has a large collection of video and audiocassettes, DVDs, and CDs. The library also serves the community with Internet access, educational CD-ROMs, and rooms suitable for public and group rentals. For more information about Newmarket Public Library, visit www.newmarketpl.ca.
About Polaris Library Systems
For over thirty years, Polaris Library Systems has served libraries with time-saving technology, from its first circulation system in the mid-1970s through its third-generation Polaris Integrated Library System. In addition to its library automation systems, Polaris offers work-flow analysis, database enhancement, wireless access, and network services to libraries. For more information about Polaris Library Systems, visit www.polarislibrary.com/.