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Soutron Global is privately owned by its founder Tony Saadat.
[Data source: statistics supplied for the annual Library Systems Report or from public information]
Documents or articles featuring Soutron Global
Breeding, Marshall. Soutron Global: New Competition in Special Library Automation.
April 2012. Smart Libraries Newsletter.
Industry veteran Tony Saadat has launched a new company Soutron Global that will specialize in providing library automation solutions for special libraries in the United States and Canada. This new company was founded in partnership with Soutron Limited, a UK-based company that has been involved in various aspects of special library automation since 1985. The companies will evolve toward a unified organization with its global headquarters in Encinitas, California.
January 19, 2021.
Soutron Global refreshes COVID-19 financial support package for 2021 with PRP.
International library transformation company Soutron Global announces details of an extended support package for information professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Following its successful and well received COVID-19 Financial Support Package of 2020, Soutron Global unveils its refined program for 2021, the Pandemic Recovery Program (PRP).
August 11, 2020.
Soutron Global launches latest update to its Discovery platform with new enhanced capabilities.
International library transformation company Soutron Global announces the release of an update to its Discovery Platform Suite. Libraries are working harder than ever during the pandemic to serve their patrons via digital platforms. The latest version of Soutron Global Discovery makes it easier to securely and seamlessly manage remote access to digital information resources for virtual users in distributed work environments.
May 12, 2020.
Soutron Global launches Covid-19 financial support package for information professionals.
Soutron Global announced further details of its support package for information professionals during the Covid-19 pandemic. Following the recent announcement of its free educational webinar series for librarians during the pandemic (see: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/25114) comes the announcement of enhanced financial support for information professionals already engaged with, or whom may wish to partner, with Soutron Global.
April 28, 2020.
Soutron Global Launches Free Webinar Series.
International library transformation company Soutron Global announced a series of free educational webinars for librarians and information professionals. Recognizing the current uncertainty and disrupted convention plans, the series is designed to offer information professionals access to practical and free advice on personal and professional development. The free webinar series will help fill the void left by not being able to meet with clients and partners in person at conventions this summer. Respected industry experts/guest speakers will lead each 30-minute session.
March 10, 2020.
Soutron Global cancels attendance at upcoming conferences and user group meetings for safety.
International library transformation company Soutron Global is taking proactive steps to address concerns over the COVID-19 outbreaks. The health and well-being of Soutron Globalís clients, employees and partners is the companyís top priority. Due to the COVID-19 situation, Soutron Global has made the difficult decision to cancel our attendance at upcoming conferences and User Group meetings until further notice.
[Data source: text supplied for the annual Library Systems Report]
2020 Soutron Global Accomplishments Narrative
Soutron Global has addressed the ongoing global pandemic by introducing its highly successful íCovid-19í program. The program focused on helping clients do more with less by providing free and topical webinars and targeted incentives, resulting in unprecedented attention and many new clients.
Soutron Global continued its focus on AI with the addition of natural language search to support clientsí enquiry help desks via an enhanced Enquiry Management facility. This supplements the Summarizer tool that intelligently abstracts PDF documents.
The Soutron ILS continued to receive significant development and re-engineering: The latest major release incorporates over 400 new enhancements, including functional improvements, new enhancements and bug fixes. New Records Management functionality has been added to support archival and records processing using RFID and barcode technologies. Support for mobile devices continues to be a priority via upgraded mobile-friendly technologies.
A new module for Document Review has been developed that includes version control and full audit management of activity by users to support collaboration and the creation of new research documents.
The Soutron Global Discovery product also received numerous updates, including many display enhancements, continued mobile device support and an enhanced user management module.
Expansion continues with the recruitment of new distributors for both the European and African markets.
Robust client support and continuous product enhancement has led Soutron Global to be a top contender in the legal automation market and opened a path for expansion into new markets such as digital archives.