Bibliotheca, with its US operation in Norcross, Georgia, has announced a global partnership with Jerusalem-based Ex Libris Group, a world leader in the provision of library automation solutions. The agreement enables Ex Libris to provide seamless integration between their solutions and Bibliotheca’s circulation, security and materials management products.
“Ex Libris solutions are known for their open architecture and robust integration with the world’s most advanced technologies. As a pioneer in library technology solutions, we are pleased to present our global customer community with another opportunity to take advantage of leading technologies from innovative companies in the field. Establishing a coordinated roadmap and support network with Bibliotheca enables us to provide new capabilities to the benefit of our customers,” said Bar Veinstein, Vice President of Resource Management Solutions.
Bibliotheca is the premier global developer and supplier of self-service, materials flow management and operational efficiency technology solutions for libraries. The company offers scalable self-checkout, RFID, security, shelf-management and Automated Materials Handling solutions that are easily customised and can be readily integrated with Ex Libris systems. With this agreement, Bibliotheca and Ex Libris will collaborate on aligning their product roadmaps and providing the most advanced integrations for new versions of each company’s solutions.
“We are pleased to enter into this collaboration with Ex Libris, which will enable the worldwide community of Ex Libris users to enjoy integrated access to our growing portfolio of RFID-based solutions. Our partnership with Ex Libris is a win for all parties – for Bibliotheca, for Ex Libris, and most important, for our customers. Bibliotheca has worked with Ex Libris for a number of years now, but this agreement will align our technical developments and integrate them tightly to bring enhanced products to the library community,” said Shai Robkin, Bibliotheca’s Managing Director with responsibility for the company’s North and South American operations.