There’s a whole new front page for staff in Apollo!
The Dashboard brings a sleek new look to staff’s primary access/home page. It provides unprecedented access to key information with up-to-the-minute status. Tabs are managed internally to the Dashboard allowing for features like auto-restore and precise labeling.
Other significant enhancements include:
The Dashboard is available immediately at no charge for all customers to test drive; on their schedule. There is no current timetable to force customers to switch. They can move back and forth from the Dashboard to the Classic interface at will, and on a PC-by-PC basis. When ready, one click will take them out of the trial mode to use the Dashboard permanently.
Marshall Breeding’s annual “Perceptions” survey is an international survey of library automation customers. For the TENTH straight year, the Apollo™ ILS received top rankings. The report was released on February 10, 2019. Mr. Breeding’s summary is “…Apollo has exceptionally happy customers.” And here are some customer quotes submitted as part of the survey.
For more details, see the “Perceptions 2018: An International Survey of Library Automation” survey. Please note that libraries with up to 100,000 holdings are considered “small”/”very small” in this survey.
Biblionix today announced the availability of a “Kids’ Catalog” option for the award-winning Apollo ILS/LSP. It allows children to browse and discover materials related to their age-level.
Each library chooses what classes of materials are made accessible through the new catalog. And optional links to toggle between the general catalog and the Kids’ Catalog can be deployed. An image of the new catalog is shown above and an example live version is accessible from the Clear Lake Public Library in Iowa.
This functionality is available immediately for all Apollo ILS customers for an additional annual fee.
“We are a city of over 70,000 and have used Apollo for over 7 years. We love it! It has been “down” for a total of probably 5 minutes in the last 7 years. We did our research, went with Apollo, and have saved the city probably over $200,000 between staff efficiency and actual dollars for other products.”
New Braunfels Public Libary, Texas