November 25, 2014

Company News: OverDrive and SirsiDynix Set to Release eResource Central Integration With OverDrive eBook Integration

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From a SirsiDynix Announcement:

SirsiDynix today announced its intent to integrate the OverDrive API toolkit into the soon-to-be-released eResource Central. SirsiDynix’ eResource Central will provide one-click electronic resource and e-book delivery. The initiative with OverDrive is a major step forward in the project, making available OverDrive content in a meaningful integration that will benefit both libraries and their users.

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eResource Central will be available to 100% of both SirsiDynix Symphony and Horizon ILS customers via the BLUE Cloud clients which include the SirsiDynix Enterprise and Portfolio™ discovery solutions, as well as through SirsiDynix Social Library on Facebook and the BookMyne mobile app. eRC will also be available as part of the new client applications to be shown at this year’s annual COSUGI User Conference. eResource Central bridges the gap between content providers and users, enabling libraries to manage and deliver e-resources seamlessly and cost-effectively, while also handling traditional collections with proven solutions used by more than 3,600 libraries worldwide.

Matt Enis and Mike Kelley at Library Journal have much more in a new article about OPAC and ebook integration.

See Also: 3M Cloud Library and Polaris Library Systems Announce Industry’s First Fully Integrated eBook Catalog (December 19, 2012)

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