Technical strategic partners

Bibliotheca ITG is the premier developer and supplier of flow management technology solutions for library materials in the U.S., Canada, and South America. Biblioteca's scalable self-checkout, RFID, security, and automated material-handling solutions integrate seamlessly with Ex Libris systems, and are delivered with the backing of Biblioteca's international customer service and support. Ex Libris is proud to partner wtih Biblioteca ITG on the provision of solutions to our global customers.

For additional information, see: http://www.bibliotheca-itg.com/



Ex Libris is proud to partner with the Blackboard Learning System - Enterprise License is a world-class software application for institutions dedicated to teaching and learning. Academic institutions around the world use the Blackboard Learning System to:

Create Powerful Learning Content -Simple and powerful web-based tools allow instructors and facilitators to build and manage learning content and provide an engaging environment for students.

Facilitate Student Participation, Communication, and Collaboration - A suite of synchronous and asynchronous tools encourage student interaction, small-group work, and peer knowledge sharing.

For more information, see http://www.blackboard.com/us/index.Bb

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CCS is the pioneer and business leader in making information available through digitization. Founded in 1976, CCS connects the digitization elements--capture, conversion, presentation and storage into a smooth, automated, quality-secured and economic production process. CCS (Content Conversion Specialists) is a privately owned company headquartered in Hamburg, Germany.

Information is the foundation of knowledge and every decision making process  is therefore a basic need of society. To provide access to all information sources,  CCS captures and converts all historical and current media for preservation and presentation. CCS offers "information accessibility" value chain consulting, technology and digitization services.

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A Silver OEM Partner, Ex Libris established a relationship with Cognos® in 2005 with the goal of adding advanced business intelligence features--enabling easily creation, generation, and delivery of reports--to its integrated library system suite.

The Ex Libris ILS reporting tools Voyager: Analyzer and the ALEPH Reporting Center (ARC) leverage Cognos ReportNet business intelligence capabilities to deliver a Web-based reporting system. Reports derived from the wide array of rich operational data contained within the ILS modules —Acquisitions/Serials, Cataloging, Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, and OPAC—assist administrators in making informed decisions regarding library collections, patron services, and back-office workflows.

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Ex Libris is a value-added reseller for Oracle, as elements of the company's Voyager ILS are built on Oracle's relational database. The flexibility of Voyager is due in part to the Oracle relational database structure, which provides complete integration of functionality and increased capabilities for the combination of functions throughout the library.

Ex Libris fully supports the Oracle database and the associated application code, providing first-tier customer service. The goal of this relationship, is to maintain a superior data storage mechanism that is safe, secure, reliable, efficient, and accessible, and one that functions in full compliance with both existing and emerging industry standards.

For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/

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Since the development of the Aleph and Voyager integrated library systems on the Sun® platform, Ex Libris has become a Sun Higher Education Partner. Over the years, Ex Libris and Sun have worked closely to provide real solutions for the constantly evolving library market. The scalability and reliability of the Sun platform, the Company's strong relationships with best-of-breed library software vendors, as well as its presence and investment in the education community have led some of the largest libraries in the world to choose Sun as their platform of choice.

As libraries shift from physical to digital collections, from repository to gateway, Sun's network-centric computing technologies provide a sturdy platform for the library of tomorrow.

For additional information regarding Sun Microsystems, see: http://www.sun.com/products-n-solutions/edu/commofinterest/libraries/

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