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We are Librarians

Half of our highly qualified and experienced staff are degreed librarians.  Equinox provides open source solutions to libraries around the world.  We are a group of passionate professionals, fully dedicated to supporting the vital role that libraries play in our society.
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We are proud to provide Excellent Service

We are easily accessible, listen to our customers, and provide excellent customer service. We provide hosting, support, training, development, and other services for Evergreen, Koha, and Fulfillment. We are Equinox, and we'd like to be awesome for you.
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We are Experts in Evergreen and Koha

We are the original developers of Evergreen and employ core software developers.We are deeply involved and active with both the Koha and Evergreen communities.
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We are a Non-Profit that believes

We are a 501(c)(3) organization. We aren't owned by venture capitalists. We believe in positively contributing to libraries. We are proud that, like libraries, we share a common ideology. We are not just about maximizing our profits.
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We believe in and are Dedicated to our people

Equinox supports its employees both inside and outside the workplace. From Aesop to Zahn and from alpacas to zombies, we provide opportunities for our people to learn, grow, and get their geek on.

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Equinox migrates Eastern Cluster of Eastern Seminaries to Koha
10/14/2019
Duluth, Ga., October 14, 2019: Equinox is pleased to announce the successful migration of the Eastern Cluster of Lutheran Seminaries to Koha, the first open source Integrated Library System to be used worldwide.Their migration involved 318,801 bibliographic records and 2,929 patrons at the univer... [More]
Equinox migrates John Brown University Library to Koha
09/10/2019
Duluth, Ga., September 10, 2019: Equinox is pleased to announce the successful migration of John Brown University Library to Koha, the first open source Integrated Library System to be used worldwide.Their migration involved 118,761 bibliographic records and 1,855 patrons at the university. Equin... [More]

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