Solus mobile Library App now integrated with the Bibliovation Library Services Platform

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – June 18, 2021 – Solus is pleased to announce that its mobile Library App product fully integrates with the Bibliovation Library Services Platform (LSP). This includes its Content Management System (CMS), unique consortium support, patron self-service via both barcode and RFID tagged collections, advanced Click & Collect curbside pickup functionality and support for 24 languages.

John Richardson, Director of Solus North America states, “patrons and faculty/students using the Bibliovation LSP can now benefit from our world-class mobile app. The integration is based on Bibliovation APIs and web-services and functions in real-time.”

The other supported ILS and LSP platforms are:

  • AIT Aurora
  • Axiell Arena
  • Capita Alto
  • Civica Spydus
  • Evergreen
  • Innovative Polaris
  • Innovative Sierra
  • Koha
  • Libero
  • SirsiDynix Horizon
  • SirsiDynix Symphony

About Solus UK Ltd.

Solus is the world’s #1 Library App provider for public libraries and growing in academics. It is in use in over 6,000 locations on 5 continents and growing rapidly. Based in Glasgow, Scotland, Solus has offices in Australia and the US and provides white labelled solutions to a number of ILS partners, as well as selling direct.

For more information see: https://www.linkedin.com/company/solus-uk-ltd/

Customer Contact: For more information, please contact John Richardson, Director, Solus North America: jr@sol.us


Summary:Solus announced that its mobile Library App product fully integrates with the Bibliovation Library Services Platform. This includes its Content Management System, unique consortium support, patron self-service via both barcode and RFID tagged collections, advanced Click & Collect curbside pickup functionality and support for 24 languages.
Publication Year:2021
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:June 18, 2021
Publisher:Solus
Company:Solus https://librarytechnology.org/vendor/solus
Products:Bibliovation
Permalink: https://librarytechnology.org/pr/26382

LTG Bibliography Record number: 26382. Created: 2021-06-18 08:19:17; Last Modified: 2021-06-18 08:19:34.


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