SirsiDynix MobileCirc Becomes MobileStaff
March 9th, 2021
March 9, 2021, LEHI, UT— March 9, 2021, Lehi, UT—SirsiDynix’s task-oriented mobile app for staff members—formerly known as MobileCirc—has become MobileStaff. This versatile app’s expanded functionality now goes far beyond circulating materials, empowering patrons with self-checkout and allowing staff members to work from anywhere.
This timely release helps libraries manage the complexities of COVID-19. Each new feature was built with safe, contactless processes as a top priority. Kiosk mode enhancements—now available for both Symphony and Horizon customers—offer contact-free checkout, and Bluetooth capabilities allow receipts to be emailed rather than printed.
Using MobileStaff, your library can provide patron services anywhere, any time. Add or edit users, manage the holds shelf, conduct inventory, capture program statistics, and circulate materials wherever your items and patrons come together.
“MobileStaff encompasses more than just circulation,” said Bill Davison, SirsiDynix CEO. “Library staff members can work from anywhere in the building, and the recent enhancements make for a smoother and more efficient workflow, allowing libraries to continue offering high quality service and expanded access to materials despite the challenges of COVID-19.”
For more information on recent MobileStaff upgrades and plans for further development, visit https://www.sirsidynix.com/mobilestaff/.
SirsiDynix believes in the power of libraries. Transforming and shaping their communities every day, that power inspires us to connect people with knowledge at more than 23,000 libraries worldwide. SirsiDynix technology combines relevant resources with the Best Library User Experience (BLUE). With our Best-of-Breed approach, SirsiDynix gives libraries the greatest and most expansive range of options for their software. Complemented by the most experienced training, consulting, and support staff in the industry, SirsiDynix helps libraries to reach their highest potential while serving their communities. To find out more, visit www.sirsidynix.com.