September 20, 2005
Fujitsu Services, the exclusive distributor of Ex Libris products in Sweden, is pleased to announce that it has signed a contract with the Library of the Naturvardsverket–the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency–for the latest version of ALEPH 500™. ALEPH was selected to replace the institutes current Axiell Libra III system following a thorough RFP process which included both national and international vendors.
About the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency Library:
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency is the central environmental authority under the Swedish Government that coordinates and advances environmental work both nationally and internationally. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency’s Library is a national resource library, responsible for providing information services on environmental issues. In addition to functioning as an information centre for the Agency’s own staff and environmental researchers, the Library is also open to the public. Today, the Library also functions as an information centre for EU-related environmental issues. The Agency Library is located in central Stockholm.
For additional information on the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency Library, please see: http://www.internat.naturvardsverket.se/en/In-English/Menu/GlobalMenu/Bookshop-and-library/At-the-library/
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About Ex Libris:
Ex Libris is a leading worldwide developer and provider of high-performance applications for libraries, information centres, and researchers. ALEPH, the Ex Libris integrated library solution, has been installed at over 1250 sites in 52 countries. MetaLib®, the information portal for library collections, and SFX®, the content-sensitive linking solution for heterogeneous electronic resources in the scholarly information environment, have collectively been purchased by more than 831 institutions in 36 countries. DigiTool, a solution for the construction of digital collections, and Verde, the new electronic resource management (ERM) system, round out the Ex Libris product suite.