Aston University implements Rebus:list from PTFS Europe

London, 15th September 2014
Aston University implements Rebus:list – the reading list management system from PTFS Europe. Rebus:list offers a significant advance in cost effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists. With an elegant user interface, a comprehensive web services API and a contemporary software architecture, Rebus:list delivers truly seamless integration with any library, eDiscovery service, VLE and back office system. Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system.
Heather Whitehouse, Director of Information Resources, Library Services at Aston University said,“For the past few years Library Services have worked with our academic colleagues to provide reading list information for our students through Blackboard, our Virtual Learning Environment.The approach has been well received by the students but without a reading list system it has been a little ‘clunky’ and time intensive for staff. Rebus:list has provided us with a high quality interface for students, accessed through Blackboard, as well as the opportunity to improve our workflows and create a single reading list repository, linking reading list reviews into the wider module reviews “.
Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager at PTFS Europe said: “Aston University’s implementation uses front end and back office integration: students access their reading lists using Blackboard and a substantial proportion of Rebus:list’s administration updates are automated using regular data feeds from their SITS student registry system.
About the Aston University
Aston is a long established research-led University known for its world-class teaching quality and strong links to industry, government and commerce. Aston has been a leading university for graduate employment success for over 25 years and is ranked 8th overall for graduate employment putting even the likes of Oxford in the shade (2013 Sunday Times University Guide). The University is consistently ranked in the UK’s top 40 universities confirming our place amongst the elite.
About PTFS Europe
With over 60 customers in 12 countries, PTFS Europe provides a wide range of products and services to the library market. These include the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, Rebus:list for resource management, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management, WordPress for Libraries and the ArchivalWare digital repository. An ISO27001 company, PTFS Europe provides the full range of services needed to implement, host and support these products.
More information on Rebus:list 
To arrange a demonstration or discuss pricing please contact
Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager, nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com

Belfast Metropolitan College chooses Koha, supported by Interleaf Technology and PTFS-Europe.

As part of a plan to deliver an improved experience for staff and students using the library and information service, Belfast Metropolitan College has chosen the Koha open source library management system to replace its existing Horizon system. Interleaf Technology has been contracted to implement the Koha system and to provide on-going support services, with PTFS-Europe providing additional technical and hosting services.
Koha Library Management System
With the Koha LMS, library staff access to the system is completely web-based: Searching, circulation, cataloguing, serials, reporting and acquisitions are all performed using a web browser. Single Sign-on using Shibboleth, automated borrower loads and the introduction of EDI are part of the development programme. The online catalogue offers an excellent search capability and a full range of personalisation services. Koha’s depth of functionality continues to evolve and expand to meet the changing needs of its user base.
Belfast Metropolitan College
Liz Glenn, Learning Resources Manager at Belfast Metropolitan College said:
“In the few weeks since Koha went live, we have already experienced the difference this move will make for current and future library users. From a librarian’s perspective, Koha is creating an immediate impact on how we manage our stock by simplifying acquisitions, reporting and organisation. From the user perspective, Koha is enabling us to present our learning materials to our learners via a modern user friendly interface. The seamless transition was made possible due to the high quality support and training provided by Interleaf during migration and beyond. We’ve worked well with the Interleaf team over the past two decades and enjoy a great working relationship”
Charles Quain, Director at Interleaf Technology added:
“Having installed their original Dynix system in 1992, we are delighted to continue our 20-plus year relationship with Belfast Met. In the few weeks since they have gone live, they are already seeing their data in new ways. Open Source Technologies and hosted solutions allow institutions access to systems that are easier to support and less effort for local IT departments.”
Nick Dimant, Managing Director of PTFS Europe commented:
“We are pleased that Belfast Metropolitan College has chosen the Koha system. Our teams worked well together to deliver a quality and timely migration. The Further Education sector is increasingly embracing Open Source systems as a way of gaining the best of modern technologies, whilst at the same time achieving value for money in an open, flexible environment.”
About Belfast Metropolitan College
Belfast Metropolitan College is the largest Further and Higher Education College in Northern Ireland and is one of only thirty colleges in the UK to join the influential 157 Group. Founded in 1906 and with some 37,000 student enrolments, Belfast Met works at a strategic level in providing education, training and skills to enhance individual, community and economic success.
About Interleaf Technology
Interleaf Technology Ltd. are the leading providers of technology solutions to the library market in Ireland. We have experience in Library Management Systems and related technologies spanning over 25 years. Our dedicated support team is committed to providing top class support to all our customers. As well as providing Open Source solutions such as Koha, Evergreen and VuFind, we are agents for 3M security systems, Envisionware PC Reservation and Print Management solutions, OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks and BDS MARC records supply.
About PTFS-Europe
With over 65 customers in 12 countries, PTFS Europe provides a wide range of products and services in support of libraries. These include the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, Rebus:list for resource management, VuFind as a discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management, WordPress for Libraries and the ArchivalWare range of products from PTFS Inc. An ISO27001 company, PTFS Europe provides the full range of services needed to implement, host and support these products.
For more information contact Charles Quain at Interleaf Technology (opensource@interleaf.ie)

K-Int, KE Software and PTFS Europe collaborate in Royal Armouries’ Accessibility Project

21st October, 2013
As part of a major project aimed at improving the content and access to its collection management, archive and library systems, Royal Armouries has chosen K-INT, KE Software and PTFS Europe to help deliver this key project. K-INT will be providing the CIIM discovery layer, KE Software will be delivering the EMu collections management system and PTFS Europe will be implementing and hosting the Koha library management system.
Royal Armouries is the United Kingdom’s National Museum of Arms and Armour – one of the largest collections of arms and armour in the world.
It is home to the UK’s National Collection of Arms and Armour, National Artillery Collection, and National Firearms Collection. It is also the keeper of Tower of London history. Royal Armouries is Britain’s oldest public museum, and one of the oldest museums in the world. It operates on three UK sites: at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, Fort Nelson near Portsmouth and at the White Tower within the Tower of London. For more information, please visit www.royalarmouries.org
Peter Armstrong, Royal Armouries Creative Development Director says ‘I am delighted to be working alongside such experienced and talented teams. We are delighted that we will have powerful new tools not only to manage our important collections better but also, just as importantly, to present them to our many new users worldwide.’
CIIM discovery layer
K-INT are responsible for delivering an over-arching resource discovery layer for the project. This system will use the CIIM software product to provide a unified search interface across a range of data sources including the library, archives and collections management systems. A bespoke user interface, built on top of the CIIM application programming interface (API) will be designed and built for Royal Armouries by Gooii Ltd; a Nottingham based design company, acting as subcontractors to K-INT.
EMu collections management system
KE Software will implement its Electronic Museum management system, EMu, to manage Royal Armouries’ archive, museum and digital asset collections. The world’s premier collections management system, EMu will manage all aspects of the Armouries’ collections from loans to insurance, donations, acquisitions, movements, exhibitions, events and more. KE will also implement IMu, or Internet Museum, a feature-rich, configurable web interface to the collections information managed by EMu. Built using the latest web technologies, IMu provides Internet and Intranet access to the published parts of a collection for use on desktop computers, in-house kiosks, on mobile devices and other platforms.
Koha library management system
With Koha, library staff access to the system is completely web-based; acquisitions and EDI, circulation, cataloguing, serials and reports are all done through a web browser. The online catalogue offers an excellent search capability and a full range of personalisation services. Koha’s depth of functionality continues to evolve and expand to meet the changing needs of its user base. A key part of the project lies in the ability to easily integrate Koha into the museum’s broader discovery environment.
About K-INT
Knowledge Integration Ltd, founded in 1999, is an open source software development company based in Sheffield. K-INT specialises in resource discovery solutions for the cultural and education sectors. Museum sector customers for its CIIM product include National Maritime Museum, Imperial War Museum, Fitzwilliam Museum and Museum of London. The company also participates actively in collaborative R&D and is currently lead technical partner on the EUfunded Europeana Inside project as well as working closely with JISC Collections on the Knowledge Base plus and Global Open Knowledge Base projects. Since 2009, K-INT has partnered with Collections Trust to manage Culture Grid which provides access to over 3 million objects from a diverse range of UK collections.
http://k-int.com
About KE Software
KE Software is the world’s leading provider of Collections Management systems and services for natural history museums, cultural history museums, art museums, herbaria, botanic gardens, archives and special collections. KE’s Electronic Museum management system, EMu, has evolved over 25 years’ close partnership with industry experts and stakeholders and is the world’s leading museum management system, managing more specimens and artefacts (around half a billion) and with more end users than any other vendor’s software. EMu is in operation throughout North America, Europe, Australasia, North Africa and the Middle East, a client base that includes the three largest museums in the world. http://www.kesoftware.com/
About PTFS Europe
With over 60 customers in 12 countries, PTFS Europe provides a wide range of products and services to the library market. These include the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, Rebus:list for list management, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management, WordPress for Libraries and the ArchivalWare digital repository. An ISO27001 company, PTFS Europe provides the full range of services needed to implement, host and support these products.
www.ptfs-europe.com

Department of Health chooses Koha, hosted and supported by PTFS Europe

London, 1st August, 2013
As part of a major enhancement of its library service, the Department of Health has chosen the Koha open source library management system to replace its existing Symphony solution. An ISO 27001 company, PTFS Europe carried out the initial implementation and is providing on-going hosting and support services.
Koha Library Management System
With Koha, library staff access to the system is completely web-based; acquisitions and EDI, circulation, cataloguing, serials and reports are all done through a web browser. The online catalogue offers an excellent search capability and a full range of personalisation services. Koha’s depth of functionality continues to evolve and expand to meet the changing needs of its user base.
Department of Health
Karen Lewis, Section Head of KM & IT skills development, explains, “Koha offered economic savings, is open source and is cloud-based, all ticking boxes for desirability across a number of government strategies and giving us greater flexibility and an increased ability to manipulate and tailor for ourselves”
Nick Dimant, Managing Director at PTFS Europe added “We are delighted that the Department of Health has chosen Koha. Government departments are increasingly embracing open source systems as a way of getting the best of modern technologies whilst at the same time achieving value for money in an open, flexible environment.”
About Department of Health
The Department of Health is a department of the United Kingdom government with responsibility for government policy for health and social care matters and for the National Health Service (NHS) in England along with a few elements of the same matters which are not otherwise devolved to the Scottish, Welsh or Northern Irish governments.
About PTFS Europe
With over 60 customers in 12 countries, PTFS Europe provides a wide range of products and services to the library market. These include the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, Rebus:list for resource management, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management, WordPress for Libraries and the ArchivalWare digital repository. An ISO 27001 company, PTFS Europe provides the full range of services needed to implement, host and support these products.
More information on PTFS Europe: www.ptfs-europe.com
Any questions please contact:
Nick Dimant: nick.dimant@ptfs-europe.com
 

PTFS Europe announce support for Rebus:list in Asia Pacific region

London, 4th June 2013
PTFS Europe is pleased to announce the extension of support for the Rebus:list resource management system to APAC through a partnership with Garry Cannon (Cannon Global).
Due to growing interest worldwide in the possibilities presented by Rebus:list, this partnership will enable local support for the product in Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region (APAC)
Rebus:list offers a significant advance in cost effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists. With an attractive user interface, a comprehensive web services API and a contemporary software architecture, Rebus:list delivers truly seamless integration with any library system, eDiscovery service and VLE.
Launched only a year ago, there has been a dramatic growth in the number of libraries in the academic, special and public library sectors who are now using Rebus:list.
Garry Cannon, Director at Cannon Global said: “I am very pleased to have the opportunity to promote Rebus:list into the Asia Pacific region. The mix of process improvement, contemporary software architecture, integration and cloud delivery creates an exciting opportunity for elegant reading list management. Nick and the PTFS Europe team have been exceptional in their efforts to support me and show their commitment to the region.”
Nick Dimant, Managing Director of PTFS Europe continued: “Garry has a wealth of experience in the library sector and is ideally placed to promote Rebus:list throughout APAC. I have known him for many years and have no doubt that he has the expertise, reputation and local contacts needed to foster the further growth of the Rebus:list user community.”
About Garry Cannon
For more than 20 years he has worked in government, legal and public libraries and with technology vendors servicing the information industry. The common theme over those 20+ years has been process improvement, software systems and the capability required to deliver quality solutions. Throughout Asia Pacific region he has met and worked with a wide variety of professionals seeking to equip their libraries with the most sophisticated products they can access. He created Cannon Global to deliver those products to the market.
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports Rebus:list as well as the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management and WordPress for Libraries. PTFS Europe also distributes and supports the ArchivalWare digital repository system from PTFS Inc.
More information on Rebus:list: http://www.ptfs-europe.com/rebuslist/
For more information on Rebus:list in APAC please contact:
Garry Cannon – garry@cannonglobal.com

EBSCO and PTFS Europe announce new partnership

London, 14th May, 2013
EBSCO, a provider of discovery services for libraries, and PTFS Europe announce a new technology partnership.
PTFS Europe will use the EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) API to integrate its reading list management system, Rebus:list, with EDS. Rebus:list will then be able to integrate with any EDS library’s ILS catalogue, internal repositories and EBSCO online information resources.
EBSCO’s Director of Product Management, Harry Kaplanian says this partnership will particularly benefit academic staff populating reading lists by creating a more discovery-focused workflow. “EBSCO has well-established relationships with an extensive array of publishing partners making our content readily discoverable via EDS for the benefit of all parties involved. Our work with PTFS Europe will enable tight integration of Rebus:list with EDS. We look forward to working with PTFS Europe and see this relationship as a natural step to make more content easily accessible to users.”
Nick Dimant, Managing Director of PTFS Europe added: “This partnership is a key element of the Rebus:list implementation at the University of Sunderland. It is also an example of how Rebus:list’s comprehensive web services API and contemporary software architecture helps optimise the workflow in the preparation and presentation of reading lists. Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system.”
About EBSCO
EBSCO is the leading provider of resources for libraries including EBSCONET®, EBSCO’s total e-resource management system, and EBSCOhost®, the world’s premier for-fee online research service, including full-text databases, subject indexes, point-of-care medical reference, historical digital archives and e-books. EBSCO provides more than 375 research databases and over 400,000 e-books plus subscription management services for 355,000 e-journals and e-journal packages. Through a library of tens of thousands of full-text journals and magazines from renowned publishers, EBSCO serves the content needs of all researchers (Academic, Medical, K-12, Public Library, Corporate, Government, etc.). EBSCO is also the provider of EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS), which provides each institution with a fast, single search box for its entire collection, offering deeper indexing and more full-text searching of journals and magazines than any other discovery service. For more information, visit the EBSCO Web site at: www.ebsco.com. EBSCO is a division of EBSCO Industries Inc., one of the largest privately held companies in the United States.
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports Rebus:list, the library management systems Koha and Evergreen, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management and WordPress for Libraries. PTFS Europe also distributes and supports the ArchivalWare digital repository system from PTFS Inc.
To meet the growing interest in Rebus:list beyond Europe, new distribution partners in North America and APAC will be announced shortly.
Rebus:list www.ptfs-europe.com/rebuslist/
More information: contact Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com

The British Library for Development Studies chooses Rebus:list from PTFS Europe

London, 3rd April 2013
The British Library for Development Studies at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has chosen Rebus:list – the new reading list management system from PTFS Europe. Rebus:list offers a significant advance in cost effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists. With an elegant user interface, a comprehensive web services API and a contemporary software architecture, Rebus:list delivers truly seamless integration with any library system, eDiscovery service and VLE. Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system.
Helen Rehin, Deputy Librarian, British Library for Development Studies outlined their reasons for choosing Rebus:list: “We are very pleased to be implementing Rebus:list and look forward to being able to provide our users with a radically enriched experience of finding and using course resources, and our staff with an improved and streamlined workflow in the management and maintenance of resource lists. We are particularly excited about the rate of enhancements and development to the system, and we hope that this will mean continued improvement and innovation in the way that lists can be used.”
Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager at PTFS Europe said: “We are delighted that the British Library for Development Studies has chosen Rebus:list. It not only delivers the functionality demanded by major academic libraries, Rebus:list meets needs of smaller academic libraries too.”
About the British Library for Development Studies/ Institute of Development Studies
The British Library for Development Studies (BLDS) is based at the Institute of Development Studies, a leading global charity for international development research, teaching and communications. Founded in 1966, IDS enjoys an international reputation based on the quality of its work and commitment to applying academic skills to real-world challenges. Its library, BLDS, houses the largest collection of economic and social development materials in Europe. As well as closely supporting the needs of IDS teaching and research, the BLDS is open for reference to all, and operates innovative projects designed to raise the profile and accessibility of research published in developing countries and to address issues around information literacy in a Southern context.
Seminar at Manchester Metropolitan University
If you want to learn more you would be welcome at our free seminar which will be held at Manchester Metropolitan University on 16th April 2013. There are still a few spaces available. As well as looking at Rebus:list we will also be discussing and demonstrating the Koha library management system, the VuFind discovery portal, the CUFTS ERM system and WordPress for Libraries. More info and booking form at: http://www.ptfs-europe.com/the-open-source-experience/
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports Rebus:list, the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management and WordPress for Libraries. PTFS Europe also distributes and supports the ArchivalWare digital repository system from PTFS Inc.
More information on Rebus:list:
To arrange a demonstration or discuss pricing please contact Nick Phipps –
Rebus:list Business Manager nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com

University of Sunderland chooses Rebus:list from PTFS Europe

London, 19th March 2013
University of Sunderland has chosen Rebus:list – the new reading list management system from PTFS Europe. Rebus:list offers a significant advance in cost effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists. With an elegant user interface, a comprehensive web services API and a contemporary software architecture, Rebus:list delivers truly seamless integration with any library system, eDiscovery service and VLE. Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system.
Oliver Pritchard, Assistant Director, Student and Learning Support, University of Sunderland, outlined their reasons for choosing Rebus:list: “We are delighted to be able to implement Rebus:list which will bring significant benefit to the way our students find and use learning resources. The critical success factors for replacing our current solution were to support the teaching, learning and research strategies of the University, ensure flexible integration with existing resources and optimise library and academic workflows. I’m very pleased to say that Rebus:list meets all these requirements and we look forward to working with PTFS Europe to create a supportive framework for our users to enhance and optimise their learning experience”
Nick Phipps, Rebus:list Business Manager at PTFS Europe said: “We are thrilled that the University of Sunderland has chosen Rebus:list and joined our rapidly growing community of Rebus:list customers. This is an exciting project which takes full advantage of Rebus:list’s ability to seamlessly integrate learning resources within their VLE.”
About the University of Sunderland
University of Sunderland – Best new university in the North East – Guardian University Guide 2012
The University of Sunderland is an innovative, forward thinking University with high standards of teaching, research and support. Strong links with industry and business allow it to work closely with world leading companies. The University is based on 2 campuses in the North East of England and a newly opened campus in Canary Wharf, London. With a population of more than 17,000 students , including over 2,600 international students from 118 countries, the University is made up of four academic faculties: Applied Sciences; Arts, Design and Media; Business and Law and Education and Society. For more information about the University of Sunderland see http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports Rebus:list, the open source library systems Koha and Evergreen, the VuFind discovery portal, CUFTS for electronic resource management and WordPress for Libraries. PTFS Europe also distributes and supports the ArchivalWare digital repository system from PTFS Inc.
More information on Rebus:list:
To arrange a demonstration or discuss pricing please contact Nick Phipps –
Rebus:list Business Manager nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com

University of Sheffield implements Rebus:list reading list management system

London, 3rd December 2012
The Library at the University of Sheffield is in the process of implementing Rebus:list – the new reading list management system from PTFS Europe. Based on a comprehensive review of the current systems available, Rebus:list offers a significant advance in the effective management of the overall workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists.
With a focus on simple, clear and attractive design together with the application of underlying intelligence, Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system. It is designed to be able to connect to any library system on the market.
Ensuring the continuity of an established reading list service at Sheffield, Rebus:list integrates with the Primo resource discovery solution from Ex Libris currently in use by the library. The Library is also implementing Ex Libris’ new Unified Library Management System, Alma.
Tracey Clarke, Assistant Director & Head of Collections and eStrategy at the University of Sheffield outlined their reasons for choosing Rebus:list:
“We are pleased to be implementing the Rebus:list reading list management system as part of our commitment to improving the student experience and offering closer integration with our other resource discovery systems and workflows. Rebus:list will also offer us an opportunity to engage academics in exposing the full spectrum of our collections, including digital, electronic, print and special collections.”
Nick Dimant, Managing Director at PTFS Europe said “We are delighted that the University of Sheffield has chosen Rebus:list and joined our growing community of users. As an early implementer they have contributed some excellent ideas that will lead on to further enrich Rebus:list. We would like to thank the team at Sheffield for their enthusiasm and support.”
About University of Sheffield
The University of Sheffield was formed by the merging, in 1897, of the Sheffield Medical School, Firth College, and the Sheffield Technical School, to form the University College of Sheffield, which in turn became the University of Sheffield in 1905. The University now has over 25,000 students from 125 countries, and almost 6,000 staff. Academic departments are grouped into five faculties: Arts and Humanities; Engineering; Medicine, Dentistry and Health; Science; and Social Sciences. For more information about the University of Sheffield, see http://www.shef.ac.uk/
Seminar at Staffordshire University
To find out more about Rebus:list, VuFind, CUFTS and WordPress you are welcome to a seminar being held at Staffordshire University on 5th December 2012 – more details and booking form at http://www.ptfs-europe.com/introducing-rebuslist-vufind-and-wordpress-for-libraries-a-seminar/
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports the Koha and Evergreen open source library management systems and the Rebus:list resource management system as well as distributing and supporting the ArchivalWare range of products from PTFS Inc in North America. PTFS Europe is able to provide full implementation services, including installation, configuration, data conversion, software development and training through to ongoing hosting and customer support.
More information on Rebus:list:
To arrange a demonstration or discuss pricing please contact Nick Phipps –
Rebus:list Business Development Manager
nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com
 

Swansea University chooses Rebus:list – a new reading list management system

London, 12th October 2012
Swansea University has chosen Rebus:list – the new reading list management system recently released by PTFS Europe. Based on a comprehensive review of the current systems available, Rebus:list offers a significant advance in the effective management of the entire workflow involved in the delivery and presentation of reading lists.
With a focus on simple, clear and attractive design together with the application of underlying intelligence, Rebus:list offers libraries a real alternative when choosing a new reading list management system. It is designed to be able to connect to any library system on the market.
Mark Hughes, Head of Collections at Swansea University outlined their reasons for choosing Rebus:list “We strongly believe in innovation in our systems to provide the best possible student experience. Rebus:list to us offers a good, user friendly design, great flexibility in terms of integration with our other systems such as the VLE, and a very pleasing rate of development and enhancement. “
Nick Dimant, Managing Director at PTFS Europe said “It is fantastic to see the team at Swansea join our community of early implementers. Rebus:list has evolved rapidly and is getting a great reception from the libraries that have seen it. It can be deployed quickly and easily and also has a migration path from pre-existing systems.”
If you want to know more about Rebus:list please come to a seminar being held at Staffordshire University on 5th December 2012 – more details and a booking form can be found here
About Swansea University
Swansea University is a research-led university with over 15,000 students. It aims to provide an environment of research excellence, with research being undertaken that is world-leading and internationally recognised, an outstanding student experience, with teaching of the highest quality, and to be a powerhouse for economic growth in the regional economy.
Further information about Swansea University: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/
About PTFS Europe
PTFS Europe implements and supports the Koha and Evergreen open source library management systems and the Rebus:list reading list management system as well as distributing and supporting the ArchivalWare range of products from PTFS Inc in North America. PTFS Europe is able to provide full implementation services, including installation, configuration, data conversion, software development and training through to ongoing hosting and customer support.
More information on Rebus:list:
Any questions please contact:
Nick Phipps – Rebus:list Business Development Manager nick.phipps@ptfs-europe.com