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Statistical Report for Koha -- CALYX

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2023

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2022

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2021

2 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2020

1 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2019

4 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2018

5 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2017

3 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2016

Statistics according to type and size categories

The following table presents the 2015 results according to the type and size of the library.

Koha -- CALYXallAcademicPublicSchoolConsortium
smallmediumlargesmallmediumlarge
navgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavgnavg
SatisfactionLevelILS4 10010000
ILSFunctionality4 10010000
PrintFunctionality4 10010000
ElectronicFunctionality4 10010000
SatisfactionCustomerSupport4 10010000
CompanyLoyalty4 10010000


4 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2015

1 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2014

2 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2013

1 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2012

1 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2011

1 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2010

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2009

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2008

0 Responses for Koha -- CALYX in 2007

Comments

We're very happy with our current library management system (KOHA) and are not considering changing. We're also very happy with the support we receive from the KOHA community and our support providers at CALYX. (Type: Other)

Calyx are a small library tech specialist company based in Australia. We are their first hosted client in New Zealand. Calyx are 100% committed to open source tech, the entire project was managed using open source software. Their project management and planning, which they gave us access to, was conducted in Open Office, and we used open source web conferencing software for training and discussion. We are delighted with their service overall which included customization of both the OPAC and our staff client. Koha was first developed in NZ, and some of the people first involved with the development now work for Catalyst, the main Koha provider in NZ, however the cost of going with them was just too prohibitive overall. (Type: Academic)

ILS