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July 21, 2014
Kent County Public Library live on Sequoia. Equinox Software
Kent County Public Library has become the first library system to move to Equinox’s new Sequoia service platform. Equinox has hosted Kent for six years, making them the natural choice for Sequoia’s maiden voyage. Kent County Public Library is composed of 3 locations serving 14,000 patrons with 50,000 items.
April 7, 2014
BHM Regional Library Live on Evergreen joins NC Cardinal. Equinox Software
The BHM Regional Library System has gone live on Evergreen as part of the NC Cardinal consortium. Equinox Software oversaw data migration and staff training and will continue to provide hosting and technical support for the entire NC Cardinal consortium.
April 2, 2014
Saugeen Library Consortium now live on Equinox hosted Koha environment. Equinox Software
Saugeen Library System has officially gone live with their Koha installation, hosted and supported by Equinox. The previously independently-maintained consortium will now have their data hosted at Equinox’s Canadian data centre and receive system administration and support services from Equinox.
March 27, 2014
Marvin Memorial Library live on Evergreen joins COOL. Equinox Software
Marvin Memorial Library has gone live on Evergreen as part of the Consortium of Ohio Libraries (COOL). They are the 11th library system to join the consortium. Equinox Software oversaw the data migration and will continue to provide system hosting and technical support to the entire COOL consortium.
March 3, 2014
Forsyth County Public Library live on Evergreen . Equinox Software
The Forsyth County Public Library has officially joined NC Cardinal live on Evergreen. Equinox oversaw implementation and staff training and will continue to provide ongoing system administration, hosting, and technical support for the growing consortium.
February 26, 2014
Equinox Releases FulfILLment Software Version 1.0. Equinox Software
Equinox announced the release of FulfILLment version 1.0. FulfILLment is an open source ILL product that allows direct patron request of materials and greatly reduces staff mediation of requests. The website for the fulfillment project can be found at fulfillment-ill.org. Visitors can get more information about the project, join user groups, and download the software.
February 17, 2014
Equinox unveils a redesigned esilibrary.com. Equinox Software
Equinox is proud to start off 2014 with whole new look to their website, esilibrary.com. The new website provides information and links for Evergreen, Koha, and FullfILLment software as well as detailed information about Equinox’s new suite of services including AIM, Idea Lab, and Sequoia.
February 5, 2014
Bibliomation and the Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative will host the sixth annual Evergreen International Conference at the Boston Marriott Cambridge March 19-22. David Weinberger is set to deliver the keynote address.
January 20, 2014
Equinox Software to introduce AIM, Idea Lab and Sequoia at ALA Midwinter. Equinox Software
Equinox to debut a completely revamped suite of services, including the Sequoia services platform, AIM, and Idea Lab. Equinox staff will be available at booth 541 in the exhibit hall to provide demos for Evergreen, Koha, and FullfILLment and answer questions.
December 20, 2013
Equinox Announces Cumberland County Public Library Live on Evergreen . Equinox Software
Equinox announced that Cumberland Public Library has gone live on Evergreen as part of the NC Cardinal Consortium. Equinox oversaw data migration and staff training and will continue to provide ongoing technical support and system administration to the entire NC Cardinal consortium.
December 9, 2013
Equinox announces J.R. Clarke live on Evergreen . Equinox Software
Equinox announced that J.R.Clarke Public Library in Ohio has gone live on Evergreen as part of the Consortium of Ohio Libraries (COOL). Earlier this fall, the entire consortium migrated to Equinox’s hosting service. Equinox oversaw the data migration of J.R. Clarke’s almost 60,000 bibliographic items and will continue to provide advanced technical support for the entire consortium. The COOL project received initial funding from the local libraries and an LSTA grant from the State Library of Ohio.
October 24, 2013
Equinox announces completion of hosting migration for PaILS.. Equinox Software
Equinox Software announced that PaILS Spark consortium is officially live with an Equinox hosted Evergreen Installation. Equinox oversaw data migration and upgraded PaILS to Evergreen version 2.4. Equinox also provided staff training for new features available on the upgraded Evergreen version and will provide account management and technical support services to the PaILS consortium. SPARK currently has more than 30 member library systems across Pennsylvania with others expected to join during 2013. PaILS was founded in 2011 as part of a collaborative effort toward a state wide resource sharing system under the leadership of the Pennsylvania Office of Commonwealth Libraries.
October 19, 2013
Evergreen Community Releases Evergreen Version 2.5. Equinox Software
Equinox Software is proud to announce that the Evergreen Community has released Evergreen 2.5. This latest stable version of the open source ILS contains numerous bug fixes as well as a substantial number of new features.
October 9, 2013
Historic Deerfield Library live on Evergreen with Equinox Support. Equinox Software
Equinox Software announced that Historic Deerfield Library is now live on Evergreen. Equinox oversaw data migration and staff training and has been contracted to provide ongoing technical support for the library’s Evergreen installation.
August 22, 2013
Equinox Announces Arcanum Public Library Live on Evergreen. Equinox Software
Equinox Software announced that Arcanum Public Library has gone live on Evergreen as part of the growing Consortium of Ohio Libraries (COOL). Equinox Software oversaw data migration and will continue to provide advanced technical support for the entire COOL consortium. The COOL project received initial funding from the local libraries and an LSTA grant from the State Library of Ohio.
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