Voyager Integrated Library System

Bringing Your Library Information Foundation into the 21st Century

Operating in a diverse and rapidly expanding information universe, today’s academic, research and national libraries face multiple challenges ranging from increased user expectations to pressure for improving operational efficiency. Successfully implemented and adopted at hundreds of customer sites, Voyager® is the integrated library solution that many of the world’s leading libraries have chosen to serve as the backbone of their service systems.
The intuitive graphical interface provided by Voyager makes the system easy to learn and use; it also helps increase operator efficiency by streamlining—or automating—the many routine activities necessary to manage the library’s collections and services.
Standards-based and built on open systems technology, Voyager interoperates with existing library systems and scales to accommodate future needs. The sophisticated technology underlying Voyager makes it an excellent choice for both functional and financial value.
Libraries that choose to integrate Voyager with the Primo® discovery and delivery solution by Ex Libris™ Group provide their users with a universal solution for the discovery and delivery of all material types—print, electronic, and digital—regardless of format and location.

Key Benefits:

Standards-based and built on open technology—Voyager integrates and interoperates smoothly with existing library systems as well as with new technologies.

A stable long-term investment—Core technologies, standards, and language support have been carefully chosen to ensure that Voyager meets the ever-evolving needs of your library.

Full-featured—Voyager client/server software supports the control of Web-based public access cataloging and authority as well as of acquisitions, serials, circulation and course reserves modules. Sophisticated reporting and system administration are all part of the out-of-the-box product offering.

Flexible server configuration —Accommodates your library’s current and future technology needs and handles a wide range of simultaneous users.

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