We can provide services for all your library's needs. From the first steps of migration to open source technologies like Evergreen / Koha including project management, data services and training your staff to extended services including hosting & support of your ILS, consulting, customization and development.
From the first step of migration to ongoing support, Equinox can empower your library with open source technology. Our expert team assists libraries from A to Z. We can help you decide if open source is right for you and which platform your library would benefit from the most. Is your library ready to migrate or needing a helping hand? Our friendly team of geeks and librarians are more than happy to guide you in the right direction.
With some of the original developers of Evergreen and Koha, we set the bar for open source ILS services. We are deeply committed and dedicated to open source and the freedom that it provides libraries across the world. Leverage over a decade of our experience in open source ILS services to drive your library — and your community — forward.
Sequoia is the most reliable cloud-based library automation services platform for Evergreen, Koha, and FulflLLment. It provides the highest possible uptime, performance, and capabilities of any hosted library automation system. Period.
Using redundant servers and an advanced cloud configuration, Sequoia leads the industry in uptime. Sequoia is flexible, secure, and stable, and adds additional on-demand resources to meet your most demanding peak loads. Your data is constantly backed up and archived on- and off-site so data can be recovered any time. Sequoia is supported by the best system administrators and technical minds so you can focus on what‘s important — your library's mission.
Evergreen is a unique and powerful open source ILS designed to support large, dispersed, and multi-tiered library networks.
Koha is the first free and open source library automation package. Equinox's team includes some of Koha's core developers.
FulflLLment started as a simple, open source, means of managing Inter Library Loans and taking the headache out of sharing between libraries.