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Ex Libris Moving Forward. ENUG 2010 | William Paterson University Greg Gosselin – Regional Account Manager. Current State of Affairs. 4,700 customers. 88 million dollar revenue. 77 countries. 41 national libraries. 475 employees. Aleph. Primo. SFX. 718. 2,301. 1,885. 213.

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Ex libris moving forward

Ex Libris Moving Forward

ENUG 2010 | William Paterson University

Greg Gosselin – Regional Account Manager


Current state of affairs

Current State of Affairs


Ex libris moving forward

4,700 customers

88 million dollar revenue

77 countries

41 national libraries

475 employees


Ex libris moving forward

Aleph

Primo

SFX

718

2,301

1,885

213

Rosetta

Verde

7

432

1,249

1

118

834

1,368

216

590

bX

1,134

177

688

67

Voyager

MetaLib

DigiTool

1,547

Our Customers: Worldwide and in North America


Ex libris moving forward

According to the

2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

10/10

23/25

43/50

62/75

78/100


Ex libris moving forward

Matti Shem Tov President & CEO

Yohanan SpruchChief Technology Officer

Oren Beit-ArieChief StrategyOfficer

Carl GrantChief Librarian

Moshe EisenbergChief Financial Officer

Nancy DushkinCorporate VP Discovery & Delivery

Solutions

Bar VeinsteinCorporate VP Resource Management

Solutions

Anat KuperCorporate VP Global Support

Mark

TriestPresident, Ex LibrisNorth

America

Marc DaubachCorporate VP, GM Europe

Oded ScharfsteinVP Asia Pacific


The highlights of the past 12 months

The highlights of the past 12 months

  • The development of the Unified Resource Management (URM) system is progressing as planned

  • bX, the first and only article recommender service, gains momentum

  • Primo Central Index released

  • Number of Primo customers increased significantly

  • Many new sites in Asia Pacific

  • Ex Libris distributors in Denmark and Sweden became part of Ex Libris Group


Our roadmap

Our Roadmap


Building next generation library services the ex libris strategic framework

Building Next Generation Library Services: The Ex Libris Strategic Framework

Unified Resource Discovery and Delivery

Data Services

Decoupled Front-end

Single entry point for discovery and delivery

Value added data used by applications or provided as a service

i.e. CKB, MMS, Primo Central Index

Unified Resource

Management

All back-office functions for the management of print, electronic and digital materials


Primo is moving fast

Primo is moving fast…

  • Version 3.0 released in May 2010, featuring:

    • New user interface

    • OPAC functionality in the Primo UI

    • Seamless integration with Primo Central Index

    • Smooth transition path

  • The Primo Central Index service released in June 2010

  • With the recent award by the Finnish libraries, there are 718 Primo customers, worldwide!


Ex libris moving forward

Primo Central Index

  • A recent addition to the Primo environment

  • Centralized Primo index, hosted by Ex Libris in a cloud computing environment

  • Includes global and regional scholarly data from primary and secondary publishers and aggregators

  • Indexes primarily articles, but also e-books and other scholarly materials

  • Available to all Primo and MetaLib customers


Ex libris moving forward

Primo Central Index

  • Recent agreements signed: Wiley, Springer, Thomson Reuters (Web of Science), Lexis Nexis, AAAS (Science), and more

  • Pilot with Elsevier to start soon

  • Large number of open access repositories being loaded (e.g., Hathi Trust and arXiv)

  • Currently, nearing 250 million records of which over 65% are journal articles


Building next generation library services the ex libris strategic framework1

Building Next Generation Library Services: The Ex Libris Strategic Framework

Unified Resource Discovery and Delivery

Data Services

Decoupled Front-end

Single entry point for discovery and delivery

Value added data used by applications or provided as a service

i.e. CKB, MMS, Primo Central Index

Unified Resource

Management

All back-office functions for the management of print, electronic and digital materials


Focus on your library not on it

Focus on your library, not on IT

  • URM is a cloud platform designed from the ground up to enable next-generation library services

  • URM facilitates unified management of all resource types and drives collaboration and sharing across institutions


Ex libris moving forward

Unlocking the value of the library

Optimization

Library optimization: Networked library system

  • Optimize user experience

    • Access from anywhere

    • On-demand fulfillment

  • Optimize services &workflows

    • Unified resource management

    • Collaboration across the board

    • Value-added services

  • Optimize libraryresources & data

    • Shared resources

    • Enriched content

    • Intelligence & analytics

  • Optimize infrastructure

    • Network-level architecture

    • Software as a Service (SaaS)

    • Open interfaces & open data

Library automation: Integrated library system

Automation


Development driven by collaborative partnerships

Development driven by collaborative partnerships

Development partners (4 institutions)

Regional collaborative partnerships

(4-6 institutions in Australia/New Zealand )

Small-library advisory group (10 institutions)

Customer focus group (80 institutions worldwide)


Urm development timetable on track

URM development timetable—on track!

Conceptual design with development partners completed (June 2010)

Five partner releases planned from June 2010 to October 2011

First partner release delivered (June 2010)

Testing through October 2010, including data conversion from Aleph and Voyager

Next partner release—November 2010

General release planned for 2012


Ex libris moving forward

Version 3.0 June 10 Primo Central Jun 10 In pipeline: versions 3.1/4.0 (Q2/Q3 2011)

Version 20.2 Aug 10

In pipeline: versions 21 (Q4 2011), 22

Version 7.2.3 Oct 10

In pipeline: versions 8.0 (June 2011), 9

Version 4.4 released 11 Oct 10 (“Primo Central release”)

In pipeline: MetaLib ‘Next Gen’

Version 4.0 July 10

In pipeline: 4.1 (Q4 2010), 4.2

Version for non-SFX sites (e.g., SerSol) Jun 10

Version 3.2 Nov 08, SP 28 Jun 10

In pipeline: 3.3 (Nov 2011), URM Digital

Ongoing service packs (next SP Dec 2011)

In pipeline: URM Electronic

Version 2 released

May 10

In pipeline: 2.1, 2.2, 3.0


Ex libris moving forward

Carmit Marcus

Mike Dicus

Jørgen Madsen

Gilad Gal

Christine Stohn

Nettie Lagace

Nettie Lagace

Yuval Richler

Ido Peled


New initiatives

New Initiatives


New ways of reaching you

New Ways of Reaching You

Enriching


Ex libris learning center

Ex Libris Learning Center

  • Launched in January 2010

  • The place for customers to fulfill all of their training needs

  • Provides access to recorded (flash) lessons, course agendas, and course history information

  • Delivers instructor-led training (Initial, Ongoing, How to…, What’s New?, General)

  • Includes 130 courses with over 250 lessons and growing

  • Already used by 100 institutions from 28 countries


Ex libris moving forward

http://screenr.com/diW


Ex libris moving forward

  • ~170 code contributions [August 2010]

  • Major redesign, based on your input, to enhance usability

  • Code contributions are open to all!


Ex libris moving forward

  • Competition took place from November to March

  • Panel of judges:

    • Marshall Breeding, Vanderbilt University

    • Sebastian Hammer, Index Data

    • Andrew MacFarlane, City University, London

    • Yohanan Spruch, Ex Libris

  • 45 new code contributions submitted

  • See http://www.exlibrisgroup.com/category/ELympics


Ex libris moving forward

First Prize ($5,000):Maccabee Levine, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, for Related Items Bookshelf—Virtual shelf browse for Tomcat WebVoyage

Second Prize ($4,000): Kai Jauslin, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH), for Primo CMS SOLR Websearch adaptor

Third Prize ($3,000): Ere Maijala, National Library of Finland, for Tomcat WebVoyage Enhancer


Ex libris moving forward

Special Award ($5,000)

David Walker, California State University

A true supporter of collaboration and the driving force behind the initiation, design, development, and support of the Xerxes interface application.


Ex libris moving forward

Next meetings:Jerusalem, November 3-4, 2010 Chicago, March 2011

III

IV

February 2010, NA headquarters, Chicago

13 developers 12 institutions 5 countries

November 2009, headquarters, Jerusalem

12 developers 12 institutions 9 countries

Developer Meets Developer


Ex libris moving forward

Strategically Committed

  • Extensively invest in research and development; always one step ahead

  • Focus on the academic, national, and research library markets

  • Provide a comprehensive product suite

  • Develop all our products with our customers

  • Embrace openness as a mindset and as a technological paradigm


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