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|Summary||Many of Axiellís UK public library customers are using its EDI-Hub for Electronic Data Interchange to automate the order to invoicing processes for library stock, including acknowledgements and quotes from suppliers such as Askews & Holts and Bertrams Library Service. The technology and services specialistís EDI-Hub technology operates in real-time and recognises the need for local authorities to continue to make cost and time efficiency savings, to automate day-to-day tasks to help improve their services to communities, and to modernise public services.|
Many of Axiell's UK public library customers are using its EDI-Hub for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to automate the order to invoicing processes for library stock, including acknowledgements and quotes from suppliers such as Askews & Holts and Bertrams Library Service. The technology and services specialist's EDI-Hub technology operates in real-time and recognises the need for local authorities to continue to make cost and time efficiency savings, to automate day-to-day tasks to help improve their services to communities, and to modernise public services.
The first customer, Wakefield, went live on the EDI-Hub on 10th July 2012 and in November a milestone was already reached when Axiell processed the 5,000th file received through the Hub, followed swiftly by the 10,000th file by the end of 2012.
Over 30 customers (around one third of the customer base) are already live on the EDI-Hub, including Devon, Dublin City, members of the London Libraries Consortium, as well as Surrey and Wakefield.
Customers can either take the EDI-Hub as part of a managed service or as a standalone solution. Both are designed to integrate with Axiell's OpenGalaxy library management system, with the managed service having the added benefit of Axiell ensuring that the files are processed successfully and removing from the library the burden of running a PC-based EDI software solution.
The Government Connect Code of Connection (CoCo) requires that all financial data transferred across a public network is transferred securely, the Axiell EDI solution provides this security by using Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP).
For more information about Axiell's EDI-Hub, contact: email@example.com ; or the commercial contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Axiell is a leading business solutions supplier to libraries, archives, museums and records centres. Axiell UK provides library software solutions to one third of local authorities in the UK. Axiell CALM Ltd (formerly a business division of Axiell UK) provides Collection Management software to over 400 customers who use Calm, the system of choice for Archives, Museums and Local Studies.
Axiell UK offers its customers both software and hardware and a full range of implementation, facilities management and integration services, and the company continues to be a pioneer in software development for libraries.
Axiell is a member of Axiell Group AB.
Axiell Group is the world's fifth largest company in the sector, supplying IT systems and services dedicated solely to libraries, archives and museums as a target group and with its focus on library development.
Axiell develops technically advanced and innovative solutions in close cooperation with its customers. More than 1000 library organisations with thousands of branches in the Nordic countries and in the UK use Axiell's library management systems and Axiell Arena, the tool for the virtual library. The system for archives and museums, Axiell Calm is used by over 400 archives and museums in Europe.
|Type of Material:||Press Release|
|Issue:||January 27, 2013|
|Last Update:||2013-01-28 17:49:43|
|Date Created:||2013-01-28 16:27:32|