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Automation Marketplace 2013: The Rush to Innovate

Library Journal [April 1, 2013]

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Abstract: In this time of transition of the library automation industry, stakes are high for the vendors that are creating innovative—or even transformative—products and competing to bring these products first to the market. Establishing momentum early is essential in the library arena, which is attentive to the successes of a vendor’s peers and risk averse. In the library services platform arena, OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services, Innovative’s Sierra, and Ex Libris’s Alma hit the streets first and have already begun aggressive sales cycles, seeing positive results. Serials Solutions finds itself in the position of urging its customers to wait for Intota, in stark contrast to its early entry into the web-scale discovery arena wit Summon. The Kuali OLE project continues to make great strides but has extended its time line for delivery by a year.


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Publication Year:2013
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Library Journal
Publication Info:Volume 137 Number 6
Issue:April 1, 2013
Publisher:Media Source Inc.
Series: Automation Marketplace
Place of Publication:New York, NY
Show FT:N
Subject: Library automation vendors -- profiles
Online access:http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2013/04/ils/automation-marketplace-2013-the-rush-to-innovate/
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Date Created:2013-05-11 18:52:07