Index Data, a leading provider of innovative library software solutions, is thrilled to announce its participation at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition. The event will take place from June 23-26, 2023, in Chicago, Illinois.
Index Data staff are eager to meet to discuss cutting-edge solutions, including FOLIO, the open source library services platform, and ReShare, the open source resource sharing system. These platforms empower libraries to enhance their collections, optimize patron experiences, and facilitate seamless resource sharing among institutions.
Moreover, Index Data is delighted to announce that Sebastian Hammer, Founder and President of Index Data, will be a distinguished panelist at the Executive Perspectives session on Saturday, June 24th. Sebastian Hammer will join the panel moderated by renowned library technology expert Marshall Breeding as they delve into the compelling topic of “Multiple Paths to Openness.” This session promises valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions on the future of open source, open access, and open data in the library industry.
“We are thrilled to be a part of the ALA Annual Conference and Exhibition, a prominent gathering of library professionals, and to showcase our state-of-the-art solutions,” said Sebastian Hammer. “FOLIO and ReShare are designed to provide libraries with flexibility, customization, and seamless resource sharing capabilities. We look forward to engaging with colleagues and sharing how our platforms can transform library services.”
In addition to Sebastian Hammer, Index Data will be represented by Lynn Bailey and Tara Barnett, who will be present at the conference. They eagerly anticipate networking opportunities and exchanging ideas with fellow library professionals.
Index Data offers hosting options for both FOLIO and ReShare, providing libraries with seamless implementation and ongoing support for these innovative software platforms. Attendees are encouraged to visit Booth #2152 to learn more about how Index Data’s solutions can revolutionize their libraries.