Yes, with Apollo, patrons can now make their own decision about the retention of circulation history. Apollo is solely for public libraries with fewer than 300,000 holdings, so features like this are the norm for us. We have no school or academic customers, so public libraries don’t need to compete for our attention.
Please browse our site and see what you think of Apollo. It is LibraryWorks’ Product of the Year for two years in a row: 2016 and AGAIN for 2017″. And it has topped Marshall Breeding’s Perceptions surveys for 7 years running.
Here’s an example of why we receive those accolades: “Thank you for your support; treating me like I’m your only concern; meeting all my circulation needs; correcting all my problems and mistakes and best of all, doing all of this with kindness and genuine delight in helping others become better,” said Peggy Ashley, director of the Post Public Library in Texas.
You can try Apollo with your own data, free and with no commitment. You get to see how it looks and feels before you commit, thus removing surprises on migration day and helping your staff prepare and be comfortable. It’s really the best solution for public libraries.