Talis Information Limited News

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March 4, 2011. Capita acquired Talis Information Limited. The Capita Group acquired Talis Information for a consideration, on a cash-free, debt-free basis of £18.5 million, plus up to a further £2.5 million depending on TIL'sprofit performance in the year to 31 March 2012. The acquisition will add valuable new expertise and capabilities to Capita's existing products for the academic and public sector. <<more>>


March 4, 2011. Capita acquires Talis Information Limited. The Capita Group acquired Talis Information for a consideration, on a cash-free, debt-free basis of £18.5 million, plus up to a further £2.5 million depending on TIL'sprofit performance in the year to 31 March 2012. The acquisition will add valuable new expertise and capabilities to Capita's existing products for the academic and public sector. <<more>>


March 24, 2010. Torfaen County Borough Council goes live with the Talis Library Management System. Torfaen County Borough Council have this week celebrated a successful launch of the Talis Library Management System suite of products after their decision to move from SirsiDynix Horizon in September last year. The Library service chose Talis to provide a range of modern library services to over 90,000 citizens and one of the key selection criteria was Talis' ability to integrate the LMS with wider Council systems, such as the finance system. <<more>>


November 8, 2009. Torfaen County Borough Council chooses Talis. Following a competitive tender process, Torfaen County Borough Council has chosen the Talis Library Management Suite to provide a range of modern library services to over 90,000 citizens. <<more>>


September 21, 2009. Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama choose Talis. The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama has become the latest higher education institution to choose the Talis library management suite. <<more>>


June 29, 2009. Talis launches Education Division focusing on Learning Technology. With a vision to connect faculties, students and educators together, Talis has formed a new Education Division that will create joined up learning environments and provide seamless access to education resources and pedagogical expertise. <<more>>


May 5, 2009. New relationship brings business change. Talis welcomed Q2 Limited to the Talis Additions Partner Programme. Q2 have extensive capabilities and experience within public and private sector organisations, supporting clients in achieving the business benefits from their change projects. Q2 can provide support throughout the project lifecycle from defining a clear cost/benefit case for the change, producing a clear pragmatic plan and implementation to performance measurement and continuous improvement. <<more>>


April 14, 2009. Bid to channel 80 percent of transactions through self-service strengthened by Talis Bridge Pro. Leeds Library and Information Services' mission to channel 80 percent of its transactions through self-service has been strengthened by the adoption of the offline self-service solution, Talis Bridge Pro. <<more>>


April 6, 2009. txttools join the Talis Additions Partnership Programme . Talis is delighted to welcome txttools to the Talis Additions Partnership Programme. Txttools has delivered SMS text messaging services to 45 percent of UK colleges & universities through the edutxt SMS txt messaging platform, for the past 6 years. <<more>>


February 5, 2009. Leicestershire Libraries choose to stay with Talis. Following a competitive tender process, Leicestershire Libraries has chosen to stay with Talis as the software provider of their library management suite. <<more>>


January 26, 2009. The University of Salford optimises Talis Keystone to manage borrower identities. Talis announced that The University of Salford is the first University to adopt the Identity Management module provided via Talis Keystone. The University of Salford is in the process of transforming the way that the identities of its entire user population are managed across all key systems in the organisation. An essential part of the solution employed (using Sun Microsystems’ IdM suite) is the transition and management of up to 23,000 Talis LMS borrower identities via Talis Keystone. <<more>>


January 21, 2009. University of Plymouth adopts integration solution Talis Keystone with the Ex-Libris LMS. Talis announced that one of the UK's most prominent and dynamic universities, the University of Plymouth, has become the first Ex Libris LMS user to adopt Talis Keystone to integrate their Voyager LMS with their campus portal. <<more>>


January 5, 2009. Solihull Libraries choose offline self service solution, Talis Bridge Pro. Talis announced that Solihull Libraries are the latest to choose the complete self service solution, Talis Bridge Pro, to connect its Library Management System and 17 RFID units across its branches. <<more>>


December 4, 2008. Online payments for students at the University of Wolverhampton. The University of Wolverhampton are the latest to benefit from the online payment integration solution, Talis Keystone - ePayments module. As a part of the University’s drive to promote excellence and innovation, its 23,000+ students are now able to pay their library charges online, using either debit or credit cards, enabling further efficiency savings for library staff and improving student services. <<more>>


November 13, 2008. 3M renews membership in Talis Additions Partner Programme. Talis are pleased to announce that 3M has renewed its membership in the Talis Additions Partner Programme once again. Extensive collaboration and shared technical expertise between Talis, our customers, 3M and all partners is essential to ensure that the standards-based interfaces required for integrating all products remain compatible now, and for the future. <<more>>


November 10, 2008. Council partnership provides community information for over 500,000 residents via Talis Engage. Talis announced that Bolton Council and Wigan Leisure and Culture Trust have united to adopt the new community information solution, Talis Engage. Together, the councils will provide over 500,000 residents with the latest information about local and national clubs, societies and organisations in the Bolton and Wigan area. <<more>>


October 29, 2008. Talis launches Talis Engage, a web based community information solution. Talis announced the launch of a new, dramatically different community information application called Talis Engage. Driven by government and customer initiatives to strengthen communities through joined-up services and community engagement, Talis Engage is available to all libraries and local authorities, regardless of your library management system. <<more>>


October 15, 2008. Integration application enables single sign on, portal integration, identity management and e-payment facilities for Manchester Metropolitan University. Talis announced that Manchester Metropolitan University has chosen the integration application, Talis Keystone, to enable single sign, integrate their library management system with their university portal, manage user identity throughout the university and facilitate integration with the university's online payment engine. <<more>>


October 9, 2008. Integration solution, Talis Keystone continues to grow. Talis announced that the integration solution, Talis keystone has continued to grow, as an additional eleven organizations have chosen the solution in the last six months, demonstrating the importance of integration of the library management system (LMS) with wider organisational systems. <<more>>


October 3, 2008. Jangle version 1.0 draft specification now available for review and comment. Jangle, an open specification to apply the Atom Publishing Protocol to library services and resources, has just released a draft version of a 1.0 release spec. <<more>>


June 23, 2008. Talis launches Talis Bridge Pro, the offline self-service solution. Talis announced the launch of a new self-service solution, Talis Bridge Pro. In addition to the self-issue, self-payment, self-reservation and self-return capabilities of Talis Bridge, Talis Bridge Pro provides users with the ability to service their own simple transactions, even if network connectivity is lost. <<more>>


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Library automation systems

Talis Information Limited offers the following Integrated Library Systems:

  • Talis Alto (0 libraries, 0 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 0
    Academic libraries: 0
    School libraries: 0
    0 libraries have migrated away from this system.
  • BLCMP (0 libraries, 0 facilities in lib-web-cats)
    Public libraries: 0
    Academic libraries: 0
    School libraries: 0
    23 libraries have migrated away from this system.

A total of 0 library facilities included in lib-web-cats use an ILS provided by Talis Information Limited.


Corporate Chronology


Key Articles from Library Technology Guides

The following are a sample of articles related to the major events in the corporate history of Talis Information Limited, or you can view all articles related to the company from Library Technology Guides.

Breeding, Marshall, Library Technology Guides (March 4, 2010). Talis exits the library automation industry to focus on the Semantic Web

In a move that allows Talis to concentrate on its growing semantic web business which has been its strategic focus in recent years, the company has divested its library automation unit to Capita Group, a large UK-based outsourcing company. Talis Information Limited, a business unit of Talis Group has been acquired by Capita Group, in a transaction valued at about $32 million dollars that closed on March 3, 2011. Capita Group ranks as one of the largest UK companies specializing in business process outsourcing and professional services.


(June 29, 2009). Talis launches Education Division focusing on Learning Technology

With a vision to connect faculties, students and educators together, Talis has formed a new Education Division that will create joined up learning environments and provide seamless access to education resources and pedagogical expertise.


(November 1, 1998). BLCMP announces new company, Talis Information Ltd

BLCMP members have overwhelmingly approved plans to adopt a profit making trading model with effect from April 1999. A new company, Talis Information Ltd, has been registered, and will carry out all of BLCMP's trading from that date.


(June 1, 1996). New Directors at BLCMP

Two new directors have been appointed to the BLCMP Board; Grace Kempster and Peter Wright.


(June 01, 1992). BLCMP launches Talis

BLCMP's new integrated library system, Talis, was launched at the Library Resources Exhibition. It is an entirely new design conceived according to open systems principles and operating on UNIX platform. Talis is based on the Sybase relational database software.