May 19, 2016
The move to this cloud-based solution will increase the library’s control over resource use, simplify the management of all resource types, and create a framework on which future library services can be built
Barcelona, Spain—May 19, 2016. Ex Libris®, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce that Alfonso X El Sabio University has opted for the Ex Libris Alma® library management service. This long-term Ex Libris customer will continue to use Ex Libris Primo® to enable users to discover library resources.
Iris Nuñez Trebol, vice-rector of the university, explained, ”We have been looking forward to the migration to Alma for some time. It will provide us with a friendly environment that will manage and organize our e-resources in the best way possible, enhance the control we have over the use of all library resources, and create a framework for the development of new library services.
”We are also looking forward to using the analytical power of Alma to obtain accurate, up-to-date information to support our decisions regarding acquisitions and investments.”
Ofer Mosseri, corporate vice president and general manager of Ex Libris EMEA, said, ”I am delighted that Alfonso X has decided to join the Alma community in Spain. I know that they are also looking forward to collaborating with our global Alma community of over 670 institutions.”
About Ex Libris
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About Alfonso X El Sabio University
Founded in 1993, Alfonso X el Sabio University (UAX) was the first private university to be authorized by the Spanish parliament. Linked closely to the business world, UAX has over 7,500 pan-European collaboration agreements to facilitate internships for final year students. Students are taught in five schools, including Health and Sports Sciences, Engineering and Architecture, Social and Legal Studies, and Education and Applied Languages, and are supported by the library, which is designed as a support center for study, learning and research. The UAX library has a collection of over 79,000 items in print and electronic media as well as a web-accessible digital library that includes databases and e-books.