Our Apollo ILS/LSP has been ranked by users as the 2016 Product of the Year. Apollo topped 50 other automation and other products in the Modern Library Awards by LibraryWorks, Inc. LibraryWorks created these MLA awards to recognize… Read More
Here is more Product of Year excitement! At ALA Mid-winter, Clark Charbonnet is awarded the Product of the Year trophy by representatives of LibraryWorks. Debby Scheinholtz, Vice President of Business Development, on left and Jennifer Newman, Vice President/Publisher…. Read More
Marshall Breeding’s annual “Perceptions” survey is an international survey of library automation customers. For the SEVENTH straight year, Apollo received top rankings in ALL categories. The report was released on January 31, 2016. “Apollo continues to receive superlative… Read More
Congratulations! That is fantastic news. Apollo has so many features that meet the needs of both our staff and users and yet is so easy to use. I appreciate the quick response from the Apollo staff whenever we… Read More
“You are so very, very deserving of that award, and I am so happy that you were recognized for your extraordinary product and customer service!” Leslie MacGregor (See more amazing comments here).
Marshall Breeding’s annual “Perceptions” survey is an international survey of library automation customers. For the SIXTH straight year, Apollo received top rankings in ALL categories. “Apollo continues its superlative performance…” “This product has received consistently exceptional performance…” “…Apollo… Read More
Our Apollo integrated library system (ILS) has topped 2 separate rankings by LibraryWorks, Inc. For the Modern Library Awards (http://www.modernlibraryawards.com/), Apollo received the highest rating: Platinum. LibraryWorks created these MLA awards to recognize the top products in the… Read More
For the fifth straight year, Apollo received the highest ranking from Marshall Breeding’s annual Perceptions survey. This international Library Automation Perceptions Report provides evaluative ratings submitted by individuals representing over three thousand libraries from 53 countries describing experiences… Read More