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New auto-updates to NHU-PAC by Biblionix’ Apollo Automation

Press Release: Biblionix [November 5, 2014]

Copyright (c) 2014 Biblionix

Abstract: Biblionix announced the auto-update of holding information in New Hampshire’s NHU-PAC state catalog. Customers of its Apollo integrated library system will no longer need to export or upload MARC. Nor will they need to conduct time consuming deletions. Additions are automatically emailed to the state library and deletions are removed by Apollo directly.


Austin, Texas – November 6, 2014 – Biblionix, which provides automation solely for public libraries, today announced the auto-update of holding information in New Hampshire's NHU-PAC state catalog. Customers of its Apollo integrated library system (ILS) will no longer need to export or upload MARC. Nor will they need to conduct time consuming deletions. Additions are automatically emailed to the state library and deletions are removed by Apollo directly.

"Oh my gosh! You have no idea of how much time and effort this will save me!, said Tami LaRock, of the Goodwin Library in Farmington, New Hampshire. "Thank-you, THANK-you, THANK-YOU!!!!!"

This capability is available immediately and is free of charge.

About Biblionix, LLC

Biblionix is located in Austin, Texas and was founded in 2003. The company is devoted solely to public libraries. This singular focus lets Biblionix excel at delighting just one type of customer. This is borne out by five consecutive years of top-of-the-charts ratings in the annual "Perceptions" survey (https://www.biblionix.com/news-5/). The company partners with industry leaders such as OCLC and OverDrive. Biblionix staff members volunteer at their own public library.

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Publication Year:2014
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:November 5, 2014
Publisher:Biblionix
Company: Biblionix
Products: Apollo
Subject: Mergers and acquisitions
Record Number:19993
Last Update:2014-11-06 10:31:54
Date Created:2014-11-06 10:31:20