In case you missed it, Marshall Breeding announced the release of the Library Perceptions 2020 Report:
"Library Perceptions 2020: Results of the 13th International Survey of Library Automation"https://t.co/dvWYN0WLLX— Marshall Breeding (@mbreeding) March 8, 2020
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Worthwhile reading! Among the findings:
Survey responses suggest possible trends in the next phase of system selections for academic libraries. Ex Libris Alma continues to be recognized for its sophisticated capabilities, especially among large and mid-sized institutions. OCLC WorldShare Management Services is well regarded among mid-sized academics. An increasing number of academic libraries mention interest in FOLIO as it enters the implementation phase of its product cycle.
Open source products have been adopted in all library sectors. Both major open source ILS products, Koha and Evergreen, show increasing levels of satisfaction, with variance depending on support arrangements. Awareness of the FOLIO library services platform continues to increase with 104 libraries mentioning it among their migration candidates.