Getting Started with Apollo

You can take several steps to build your confidence that Apollo is right for your public library. You can do all of this while your regular operation is completely unaffected.

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Step 1. Try out the public catalog interface of any of our customers.
For example:
» Tucker Free Library, New Hampshire
» Ocean Shores Public Library, Washington

You’ll see e-titles in the results. And note that titles in green are available while items in red are not. Columns are sortable and be sure to try “What’s New” and “What’s Popular”.

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Step 2. Let us show you all that Apollo can do in a live demonstration.
Tell us you’re interested and we’ll be in touch.

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Step 3. Try Apollo, free, with all of your data.
With no fee or commitment we’ll import any/all of your library’s data into a new Apollo account so you can test drive it. You’ll have a secure upload page created just for your library. No leap of faith is required with Apollo; you see your data in Apollo exactly as it will be in a real migration. And take as long as you like; your migration comfort is paramount. You pay nothing until after you migrate. Learn More or Request your free trial now!

GETTING STARTED

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A deeper dive into Apollo

See a brief Apollo video

Request a Free Trial with your data!

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