The University of Amsterdam Goes Live with Aleph
The University of Amsterdam completes its migration from an LBS integrated library system and goes live with Aleph
Amsterdam, Netherlands - Ex Libris (Deutschland) GmbH is pleased to announce that the University of Amsterdam (UvA) has successfully gone live with its new Aleph® integrated library system (ILS). Aleph, which was selected following an extensive and thorough RFP process including both national and international vendors, has replaced the University's former LBS system.
"We are very pleased to have partnered with Ex Libris on this project and are proud to have migrated from our former system and gone live with Aleph quickly and according to plan." explained Nol Verhagen, director of the University of Amsterdam library. "The highly-professional, flexible Ex Libris/UvA team worked together closely to create a very efficient implementation process."
"Working with an experienced international vendor with a clear vision of next generation systems has been important to us," commented Marc van den Berg, head of the Department of Electronic Services, University of Amsterdam library. "We are pleased to be providing our users with such a robust and feature-rich system."
Marc Daubach, corporate vice president and general manager for Europe at Ex Libris, commented: "We are delighted that the University of Amsterdam library has identified Aleph as its solution of choice. The rapid migration and implementation of Aleph in time for the new academic year has been a great success. We look forward to welcoming additional Dutch customers to our continually-growing Dutch and European customer base."