Syracuse, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Polaris Library Systems, a trusted provider of library automation software for public libraries, has experienced significant growth in 2013. This year, 44 libraries have selected the Polaris Integrated Library System (ILS), representing over 130 new locations adopting Polaris library software throughout the United States and Paris, France.
“As we welcome more libraries to the Polaris family, we’ve begun to notice a common theme among our customers,” said Bill Schickling, president and CEO, Polaris Library Systems. “This year more than ever, libraries are looking for solutions that will help them transform their library into what they’ve always envisioned. As libraries look to reinvent themselves, we hope to attract more customers who are looking for a fully integrated solution beyond what our competitors can provide.”
Libraries who selected the Polaris ILS in 2013 include:
To support the significant increase in Polaris customers, 20 staff members have been added across all departments, including Customer Support, Product Management, Marketing, Quality Assurance, Research and Development and Administration. As the Polaris customer base continues to grow, so does the company in order to deliver superior service from the entire staff while continuing to develop the latest library automation software.
In 2013, Polaris set the foundation for new product development and vendor partnerships that will integrate seamlessly, offering practical, yet cutting-edge library software to meet librarians’ needs. To learn why more forward thinking libraries are selecting the Polaris ILS as their platform for success, visit http://www.polarislibrary.com.
About Polaris Library Systems
Polaris Library Systems is a leading library automation software company, earning the highest customer satisfaction ratings by focusing on one goal: helping librarians serve their communities. Established in 2003, Polaris Library Systems provides academic, private and public libraries with an integrated library system that boosts productivity, improves patron satisfaction and transforms how libraries connect, communicate and collaborate with their communities in the modern world. For more information, visit http://www.polarislibrary.com.
Emily Bowe, PR Specialist
Polaris Library Systems