EBSCO FOLIO Celebrates the Implementation of More Than 200 Libraries and Library Systems Using FOLIO LSP

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EBSCO FOLIO Celebrates the Implementation of More Than 200 Libraries and Library Systems Using FOLIO LSP
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IPSWICH, Mass. — June 13, 2024 — More than 200 libraries worldwide have officially implemented the FOLIO Library Services Platform (LSP) using EBSCO FOLIO from EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO). EBSCO FOLIO brings an open-source option to libraries and library systems of all sizes, functions, and staffing levels. EBSCO provides FOLIO solutions that support the implementation and hosting needs of academic research libraries, consortia, medium and small colleges, universities, and community colleges.

EBSCO introduced its first FOLIO library in 2019, and today, five years later, the platform remains at the forefront of innovationEBSCO’s commitment to innovation and customer support ensures that FOLIO will continue to evolve and improve, keeping pace with the changing needs of libraries from various global perspectives and with diverse sizes and functions. FOLIO’s contemporary architecture ensures continuous evolution and support for applications from third-party providers.

At the heart of this milestone are EBSCO’s FOLIO migration teams, which provide crucial support to the growing number of libraries moving to the open-source platform. These teams, with their deep understanding of the platform and the unique needs of each library, ensure a seamless implementation process that leads to a successful migration, underscoring the value of EBSCO’s FOLIO services in the FOLIO LSP implementation.

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