LEHI, Utah (September 2, 2015)—SirsiDynix is proud to announce that SirsiDynix MobileCirc, its circulation application for mobile devices and part of the BLUEcloud LSP, is now in general release. Both Horizon and Symphony customers can now use MobileCirc to bring their circulation services outside the library.

“We’re proud to take this next step in MobileCirc’s development,” said Bill Davison, SirsiDynix CEO. “Many different SirsiDynix libraries have already told us how MobileCirc offers them new ways to connect with their communities. We’re looking forward to hearing more stories of how libraries use the app now that it’s in general release.”

MobileCirc brings circulation functions and basic user management to smartphones, tablets, or any device with a web browser. Additionally, MobileCirc helps staff inside the library finish work faster, with features for inventory, weeding, and holds trapping and transiting.

Over 100 libraries participated in the beta process to ensure that MobileCirc gives libraries the functionality they need to better reach their users and communities.

“We’re always looking for ways to improve our software and serve our customers better,” Davison added. “With this general release completed, we can focus on making MobileCirc even more robust.”

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Contact Information

For more information on this release, please contact:

Eric Keith
+1 801.223.5361