Township of Russell Public Library / Bibliothèque publique du canton de Russell - Launches Infor Iguana
The Township of Russell Public Library / Bibliothèque publique du canton de Russell in Ontario, Canada has recently launched Infor’s Iguana integrated website and discovery portal. Russell Township is a bilingual community located within Canada's National Capital Region, just south-east of Ottawa. The library provides service to the approximately 17,000 citizens through its two branches – Russell Branch and Embrun Branch.
The new Discovery Portal was launched on May 25, 2018 as a final project by retiring CEO Claire Dionne.
Iguana allows the library to promote the library’s collections in both official languages – both physical and e-books, databases, programs & events, all in a single portal. Iguana provides patrons of the library with rich search and self-service functionality. Iguana also provides a responsive design that allows mobile access on tablets and smart phones without any additional or special configuration by the library.
The new CEO, France Séguin stated: “Response from our patrons have been very positive. They like the user interface and ease of use of Iguana. The patron centric features such as reading lists and the ability to store their preferences such as branch and language are a great addition to our catalogue, making it easier for patrons to quickly find what they are looking for.”
Dave Alexander, Infor Manager of Sales – North America, said “We are very pleased to have the Township of Russell upgrade to Infor’s Iguana. The staff and patrons will benefit from new visually appealing, easy to use interface. Iguana will help improve usage of the library’s collections.”
Check it out by clicking here: Township of Russell Public Library Iguana
For more information contact:
Dave Alexander - Manager North American Sales and Operations
Infor Library and Information Solutions
office: 613-646-7919 | fax: 800-759-0126
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