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- Ron Aspe -- President
Library automation systems
SydneyPLUS International offers the following Integrated Library Systems:
A total of 0 library facilities included in lib-web-cats use an ILS provided by SydneyPLUS International.
Selected Articles from Library Technology Guides
The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of SydneyPLUS International, or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.
(January 20, 2012). SydneyPLUS Inmagic division acquires Presto product
SydneyPLUS KM, provider of Library KM software and solutions to Fortune 1000 companies, law firms and government agencies has just announced that its Inmagic division has reacquired Presto, bringing it back into Inmagic's portfolio of library and KM solutions. Presto is a social knowledge management platform integrating knowledge-based content with the "wisdom of the community" to create an Enterprise 2.0 environment that supports your organization’s research and business objectives. Inmagic also acquired the applications built using the Presto platform: Presto Social Library, Presto KnowledgeNet, Presto AssociatioNet, and Presto IdeaNet. In late 2011 SydneyPLUS KM acquired Inmagic's Library Suite of products and trademark. Simultaneously, it announced the intent to form a strategic partnership to co-market and support the Presto product line.
Napoli, Robert, First West Credit Union (January 19, 2012). Opportunity: Due south
First West Capital makes U.S. acquisition possible for Richmond software companyFor many businesses, last year’s ongoing economic uncertainty and fluctuating Canadian dollar signaled a time of consolidation. For SydneyPlus, the Richmond-based global provider of knowledge management software, it signaled a time of expansion. In late 2011, with $4 million in funding from First West Capital, SydneyPLUS completed the purchase of Massachusetts-based Inmagic’s special library automation business—a purchase SydneyPLUS president Ron Aspe says will give the company great growth opportunities.
Breeding, Marshall, Smart Libraries Newsletter (December 2011). SydneyPLUS acquires Inmagic Assets: Continued Consolidation in the Special Library and Knowledge Management Solutions Arena
In a move that continues the trend toward consolidation in the broader library automation industry and significantly alters the landscape in the special library sector, SydneyPLUS has acquired key assets from Inmagic. This transaction does not involve a complete acquisition of the company, but brings the library-oriented core of Inmagic under the ownership of Sydney- PLUS. It involves a division of the assets across two organizations: the Inmagic Division of SydneyPLUS International and the former Inmagic, Inc., which will assume a new identity. In general terms, the Inmagic Division of SydneyPLUS will continue with a focus on its traditional customer base in special libraries while the remaining entity will take the Presto technology into other market sectors and industries.
(July 28, 2008). Cuadra Associates joins The SydneyPLUS Group of Companies
On July 1, 2008, Cuadra Associates joined the SydneyPLUS group of companies. For more than 25 years, Cuadra has set the standard for powerful and versatile information management and retrieval software. Now, as before, Cuadra's products continue to earn the highest ratings from their users, while the name Cuadra has become synonymous with quality and integrity. The Cuadra management team, led by Dr. Carlos A. Cuadra and Ms. Judy Wanger, will remain with the company, as will Cuadra’s renowned technical support and development staff.
Library Systems Newsletter (January 2000). ILS evolving to SydneyPLUS
International Library Systems has begun to de-emphasize its name in recent advertising and on its letterhead. The new name, in large print, is "SydneyPLUS International." Its original name still appears in small print, but the company is clearly seeking to take advantage of the better known name of its principal product. Its Web address and e-mail address also reflect this new emphasis.