Duluth, Georgia -- September 13, 2016. Equinox is happy to announce that yet another library has successfully migrated to Virginia Evergreen. Halifax County South Boston Public Library System is the ninth library system to join Virginia Evergreen which boasts close to thirty branches in total. Halifax County South Boston includes two branches: Halifax Public Library and South Boston Public Library.
Jay Stephens, Director of Halifax Public Library, remarked; " It has been a pleasure working with Equinox. Everyone is very knowledgeable and willing to share that knowledge to help out." He later added, "The training was awesome! Mary rocks!"
In response, Equinox Training Service Librarian Mary Jinglewski has this to say about the migration; "I greatly enjoyed training with Halifax County South Boston Library System. They have a great community of caring staff members and I am excited that they'll be a part of Virginia Evergreen moving forward!"
Equinox handled the migration from start to finish and will continue to support Halifax County South Boston along with the rest of Virginia Evergreen.
About Equinox Software, Inc.
Equinox was founded by the original developers and designers of the Evergreen ILS. We are wholly devoted to the support and development of open source software in libraries, focusing on Evergreen, Koha, and the FulfILLment ILL system. We wrote over 80% of the Evergreen code base and continue to contribute more new features, bug fixes, and documentation than any other organization. Our team is fanatical about providing exceptional technical support. Over 98% of our support ticket responses are graded as "Excellent" by our customers. At Equinox, we are proud to be librarians. In fact, half of us have our ML(I)S. We understand you because we *are* you. We are Equinox, and we'd like to be awesome for you. For more information on Equinox, please visit http://www.esilibrary.com.
Evergreen is an award-winning ILS developed with the intent of providing an open source product able to meet the diverse needs of consortia and high transaction public libraries.
However, it has proven to be equally successful in smaller installations including special and academic libraries. Today, over 1,500 libraries across the US and Canada are using Evergreen including NC Cardinal, SC Lends, and B.C. Sitka. For more information about Evergreen, including a list of all known Evergreen installations, see http://evergreenils.org.