You may be facing some serious budgeting challenges. How much are you spending on your ILS/Automation system? For some relief, consider looking at a 21st century ILS like Apollo®. From what we can tell, the system you are using now is laced with overhead and priced well beyond the value you are receiving. We have many delighted customers who have migrated from your system to Apollo.
“Making the switch to Apollo is saving our library over $40,000 in our first year of service alone. And the savings came with an increase in functionality. As a library with a tight budget we can’t overestimate the importance of these costs savings to us – and this is doubly impactful with the economic uncertainty we’re all experiencing right now.”
Diana Garcia, Director
Monterey Park Bruggemeyer Library
As you can see from our customer sentiments page, Apollo is fully featured and adored, actually surpassing the high-overhead systems. Also,
- We offer a free trial of Apollo using your own data. No commitment or payment is required. You get to see and try it all before making any decision. This maximizes your comfort level and minimizes suprises. There is not a better way to evaluate a new system.
- We don’t nickel and dime you. Apollo has only 5 extra cost options: Acquisitions, Gabbie® 2-way texting, Syndetics Unbound (Readers Advisory), and Auto-Calling. Capabilities like SIP, integration of e-titles, Kids’ Catalog, VersaCard® consortia, Reserve Express®, text/email notices, and SQL querying are included in your annual subscription fee.
- Apollo is top ranked by users, year after year. Both in Modern Library Awards and in Marshall Breeding’s annual Perceptions surveys. And our Support folks are revered.
We’d love to tell you more and show you more about Apollo. You’ll find a lot to like.
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Introducing The Apollo ILS/LSP
For your viewing pleasure! In this video you'll get a quick introduction to the Apollo ILS/LSP, and learn what it can bring to your library.