PROVO, UTAH (MARCH 31, 2011) – SirsiDynix, the world’s leading provider of library technology solutions, proudly announces that it has signed a long-term maintenance agreement with Stanford University Libraries. Stanford University employs the SirsiDynix Symphony® integrated library system for its library operations and automation.

Matthew Hawkins, chief executive officer for SirsiDynix, said Stanford has been a customer of his company for more than 15 years, with this recent agreement formally extending the partnership for five years.

“As a valued SirsiDynix customer, Stanford has brought us their challenges and provided product input that has ultimately resulted in better technology and innovations for the SirsiDynix suite of products and services,” Hawkins said. “We look forward to our shared successes for years to come.”

Hawkins said Stanford was instrumental in SirsiDynix’s Unicode functionality development, acting as a test partner and providing feedback that benefits countless libraries around the world today.


About SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix connects people with knowledge at more than 20,000 libraries around the world. Through library management technology and search and discovery tools, libraries using SirsiDynix technology bring relevant resources and the power of knowledge to their users and communities. SirsiDynix technology is architected to be open, scalable and robust, offering a complete solution out-of-the-box, and unparalleled flexibility through APIs and web services. Complemented by the most experienced training, consulting and support staff in the industry, SirsiDynix helps libraries create tomorrow’s libraries, today.