Infotrieve is increasingly an essential resource for resolving document delivery requests at libraries," said Jenny Walker, director of sales and marketing in the Ex Libris
Information Services Division.
, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) has selected the Ex Libris
Alma library management service and Primo discovery and delivery solution.
Group announced the acquisition of Fujitsu Services A/S library division.
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ingenta will collaborate with Ex Libris
on integrating ingenta's electronic journals service with Ex Libris
's SFX context sensitive linking software.
Ingram Digital and the Ex Libris
Group agreed to make ebook content available via Ingram's MyiLibrary.
Group has announced a new group of partners, the first academic institutions to collaborate with the company on its Primo Central index of scholarly materials.
Users of the Ex Libris
Rosetta digital asset management and preservation solution are gathering this week at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, UK, for the eighth annual meeting of the Rosetta Advisory Group.
The Ex Libris
Group introduced three universities as development partners for its Unified Resource Management (URM) framework, a technology the company is calling the next-generation framework for library management services.
At the conference, I talked with Carl Grant, president of Ex Libris
North America, who says some libraries would like to replace their OPACs with Primo, so the company is working to add more OPAC-like features in its next release.
, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that the Universit Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay) consortium will deploy the Ex Libris
Primo discovery and delivery solution at its 16 member institutions to increase content usage and create an optimum discovery experience for users.
While the president of Ex Libris
North America thought the economy might lead to decreased attendance at this year's annual conference in Chicago last July, he says it turned out to be a good meeting.