Business Intelligence and WebOPAC

Insight Informatics has been a prominent figure in library software for over 30 years. One of the first to create a web browser-based management system, develop a Google-like Relevance Search function, as well as the ability to do a Full Text Search of Word and PDF documents in library resources, to name a few.

But the two latest additions to the Development Road Map is what had people excited at Stand 20 of the Asia-Pacific Library and Information Conference (APLIC) 2018.

Business Intelligence is coming to LIBERO

Reporting has, and always will be, a key part of business. But being able to interpret, display, and action the report information in a meaningful way is what has always been needed.

Reporting company data in an easy to read, live, and interactive chart and graph interface focusing on key areas of the business is the functionality that is coming to LIBERO, and the first look at APLIC was the talk of the exhibitor stands.

The Business Intelligence Dashboard will target your Library data areas like: most popular resource categories, member types, or busiest times of the day, whether it be branch based or as a multi branch library service consortium, specifically designed for different roles of the library.


A complete re design of the LIBERO WebOPAC

Insight Informatics is changing the way libraries and library users engage with library resources through the WebOPAC into a personalised experience that has customer engagement as its prime focus.

Not only will the new WebOPAC be completely redesigned but developed to intuitively create and recommend library resources depending on what the user has previously borrowed or liked in the library.

The first concept designs were released at last year’s LIBERO User Group on the Gold Coast, and customers will soon be able to test drive the highly anticipated WebOPAC at the LIBERO User Group 2018, at Tweed Heads.


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