September 26, 2016

SirsiDynix Adds New Functionality to Enterprise/Portfolio

Lehi, Utah-based SirsiDynix has announced that the latest release of its Enterprise/Portfolio search and discovery solution will include eResource Central integration and additional “My Account” functionality for the Horizon integrated library system (ILS).

With the 4.2 release of Enterprise/Portfolio, libraries that run the Horizon ILS can provide full “My Account” features to their patrons, allowing them to log in and make fee payments, renew items, and manage checked-out items and holds.

The latest version is also ready to integrate with eResource Central, the company’s electronic resource management solution, with no additional configuration, and can be integrated with RefWorks and Zotero citation services, allowing libraries to customize their Search Display and Detail Display with browser-based citation tools.

“Horizon libraries can now access all the powerful features of My Account, and all libraries are ready for out-of-the-box integration eResource Central, an e-content management system that makes it easy for libraries to acquire content and provide one-click access to that content,” SirsiDynix Chief Executive Officer Bill Davidson said in an April 30 press release.

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