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February 3, 2014
SirsiDynix announced that Colin Breen has been hired as its Director of APAC Accounts and Alliances. In this new role, Breen will provide high-level support to SirsiDynix’s APAC Sales, Operations, and Customer Support teams, as well as work closely with SirsiDynix’s Library Relations Managers. He will also provide regional and strategic advice to the senior management of the company regarding product direction and localization for the APAC market.
January 23, 2014
86 new customers and BLUEcloud Rewards. SirsiDynix
SirsiDynix announced today that it gained 86 new Symphony customers in 2013, adding to the industry-leading 87 customers it gained in 2012. In light of this robust sales performance and the growing demand for its BLUEcloud Suite products, SirsiDynix plans to further expand its software development department with 39 additional hires in 2014, building on its substantial hiring increase in 2013. It will also launch BLUEcloud Rewards, a customer rewards program that gives libraries a voucher that can be used toward SirsiDynix products.
January 13, 2014
SirsiDynix announced that Service Pack 4 for Symphony 3.4.1 has been released. This service pack brings many new features to Symphony, including the highly-requested additions of email checkout receipts and User Categories 6-12. Service Pack 4 also includes BLUEcloud Commerce integration, giving Symphony a native payment processing solution available at no extra charge. BLUEcloud Commerce allows libraries to accept cash, credit card, and debit card payments for fines, fees, donations, and sales. It tracks all financial transactions within Symphony and provides additional reports for financial auditing. If libraries choose to charge a convenience fee, BLUEcloud Commerce can provide revenue-neutral payment processing; higher convenience fees can augment library budgets.
December 19, 2013
SirsiDynix announced that version 4.3 GA5 of Enterprise and Portfolio, SirsiDynix’s premium discovery platforms, has been released. This update brings highly anticipated features to Enterprise and Portfolio, including in-catalog downloads and user authentication for OverDrive titles. The update also includes item-level holds, improved Chinese-language searching, and deeper integration with EBSCO Discovery Service.
December 17, 2013
SirsiDynix announced that it ranks seventh in Glassdoor’s 50 Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For list. The list ranks US companies based on independent employee feedback submitted to Glassdoor. At seventh place on the list, SirsiDynix ranked higher than any other library software company or any other Utah company. SirsiDynix is the first library software company to reach a top-50 ranking, as well as the highest-ranked Utah company in the list’s history. SirsiDynix also has the distinction of an industry-leading 100 percent approval rating for Bill Davison, SirsiDynix CEO.
December 4, 2013
SirsiDynix announced that the 3M Cloud Library has been integrated with eResource Central, bringing more than 200,000 titles and hundreds of publishers to the eRC ecosystem. Libraries using eRC and the 3M Cloud Library can update their local title metadata with one click; they can also sync thousands of titles to their catalog in minutes. Library users at eRC-enabled libraries see in-catalog availability for 3M Cloud Library titles, and they can check titles out to their devices from the library catalog. Library users can access their content on their computer, iOS or Android device, or on major ereader devices.
November 27, 2013
SirsiDynix congratulated thirteen of its customer libraries for receiving the prestigious 5-star rating in this year’s Library Journal Index of Public Library Service. LJ designed its rating system to support public libraries, collect library statistics, and promote library improvement and self-evaluation. Only 3.5 percent of public libraries nationwide were honored with Star Library recognition, and only 1.1 percent of public libraries received a 5-star rating.
November 4, 2013
SirsiDynix acquires EOS International Business. SirsiDynix
SirsiDynix announced the acquisition of EOS International, a California-based technology company that develops award-winning solutions for legal, government, corporate, medical, and other special library customers. With 1100 implementations worldwide, EOS customers will join with SirsiDynix customers creating the largest and most inclusive customer base in the history of the library automation industry.
June 28, 2013
With six customers running eResource Central already, SirsiDynix has announced its general availability for all libraries. eRC is an electronic content management and delivery system designed to unify and simplify e-content management and delivery. It allows library staff to manage all their library’s e-content in one place and load custom e-content collections to their OPAC in minutes. It also lets library users search e-content alongside physical content, see real-time availability and previews for e-content, and download titles from within the catalog.
June 20, 2013
SirsiDynix has delivered more than 100 improvements to Horizon and HIP over the last year, with many more improvements planned for the year to come. The releases of Horizon 7.5.2 and Service Pack 1 for Horizon 7.5.2 included new features such as SMS (text message) notices, RDA support, new Spanish and French translations, and a PIN reset feature in HIP. Both releases also included fixes for issues Horizon libraries identified with their systems. Future versions of Horizon will bring integration with the SirsiDynix BLUEcloud Suite, a next-generation library services platform designed to augment both Horizon and Symphony with cloud-based features, as well as continued development of new features in Horizon itself.
May 31, 2013
SirsiDynix and Bibliotheca reaffirmed their intent to extend and strengthen their global strategic partnership. Working together, the two companies continue to win the business of some of the largest and most demanding RFID projects in the world. The most recent of these includes Halifax Public Libraries and Northern Ireland Library Service.
May 21, 2013
SirsiDynix released version 4.3 of Enterprise and Portfolio, its premium tools for patron discovery and digital asset management. Version 4.3 brings 24 new features and enhancements to Enterprise and Portfolio, including eResource Central integration, EBSCO Discovery Service integration, and search speed improvements.
May 15, 2013
From May 2013, SirsiDynix products and services will be offered as G-Cloud iii products via the United Kingdom Government Cloudstore. All SirsiDynix products will be available via Lot 3 Software as a Service (SaaS).
SirsiDynix announced that eResource Central, its electronic content management and delivery system, has gone live at Frisco Public Library. After extensive testing, eRC is now delivering e-content from Overdrive and Recorded Books to Frisco Public’s patron-facing catalog. Frisco Public patrons can search e-content alongside physical content, see real-time availability and previews for e-content, and download most titles from within the catalog.
May 10, 2013
Fujitsu N.I. have won the £25m managed services contract for Libraries NI, the single Public Library Service for Northern Ireland. As part of the core business applications solution, SirsiDynix are partnering with Fujitsu NI for the delivery of the SirsiDynix Symphony Library Management System and Enterprise discovery platform for its content management and discovery tools. SirsiDynix, the world’s leading provider of library technology solutions, will be delivering positive changes to core library systems applications, which will transform the library experience for the Northern Ireland public, as well as introduce greater efficiency in backend staff operations.
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