Ex Libris – Corporate Update

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Ex Libris — Corporate Update & Strategy
Sofia, July 2013
Roman Piontek
Key-Account Manager
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„Knowledge is power“
Francis Bacon (1561 – 1626)
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Corporate Update
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Who We Are
5300 customers42 national libraries82 countries530 employees
Resource
Management
Solutions
Discovery &
Delivery
Solutions
Digital
Preservation
Solutions
Corporate
Research
Institutions
National
Institutions
Research
Institutions
Universities
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Large, Global Customer Base
2,129
1,731
North America
Europe
408
Asia
Central &
South America
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Africa
121
611
Australia &
New Zealand
North America
(44% Of 2011 Revenue)
Europe
(38% Of 2011 Revenue)
Asia-Pacific
(16% Of 2011 Revenue)
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Latin America
(2% Of 2011 Revenue)
Selected Customers: National Libraries
The Library of
Congress
National Library
of New Zealand
British Library
Royal Library of Sweden
Austrian
National Library
National Library of
Finland
National Library of China
Royal Library of Denmark
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Selected Customers: Academic Libraries
Harvard University
Leiden University
MIT
Freie Universität Berlin
Princeton University
Beijing Jiatong University
King’s College London
KU Leuven
ETH Zürich
Oxford University
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Consistent Growth
$95M
$88M
$60M
1986
1990s
2000s
20051
$74M
20061
2007
2008
$78M
2009
2010
2011
2012
Unified Resource Discovery & Management
SFX
Voyager
Primo
Central
Rosetta
Verde
MetaLib
Ex Libris
founded
$68M
Digital
Print Only
Aleph
$67M
$93M
Primo
DigiTool
Acquisition
of Endeavor
(1)2005 and 2006 revenue are pro forma for Endeavor acquisition.
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bX
Alma
Ex Libris – Solutions
Primo
Discover
Manage
Primo Central
Physical
Aleph
Alephino
Voyager
Article Index
Discovery
bX
Digital
Electronic
Integrated
Library
Systems
SFX
Article Recommender
Link
Resolver
MetaLib
Metasearch
Verde
E-Licence
Management
DigiTool
Digital
Asset
Management
Rosetta
Long-Term
Preservation
Print, Electronic, Digital
Alma
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Unified
Resource
Management
Our Customer Base by Product
2410
2358
1728
> 1900
1369
1222
1116
229
Aleph
Voyager
Verde
193
SFX
MetaLib
Primo
As of 31 July 2012
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bX
DigiTool
73
Alma
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Rosetta
Market Share Leadership
Integrated Discovery
Library
&
System
Delivery
39%
31%
Link
Resolver
Federated
Search
Electronic
Resource
Mgmt
64%
44%
29%
Digital
Asset
Mgmt
18%
Digital Recommender
Preservation Service
55%
Only company with leading solutions across all segments
* Based on “Automation Marketplace 2011” by Marshall Breeding
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100%
Market Trends
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Market Trends
• Digital World
• Digitisation Projects
 Digital Repository + Long-Term Preservation
• Internet Drives User Expectations
• „Google/Facebook Generation“
• Mobile World
• Libraries to Provide More Services
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What the users want:
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What the users want:
• Fast, Intuitive, Easy to Use
• On-Stop Search
• Two Clicks to Full Text
• Modern Infrastructure
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The problem
User Environments
(OPAC)
MetaSearch
(Viewer)
Link
Print
Electronic
Digital
ILS
ERM
DAM
Management Environments
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Ex Libris Strategy
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Our strategy
1. Improve User-Targeted Services
2. Optimise Total Cost of Ownership
3. Digitisation + Preservation
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Digital Collections
Cultural Heritage
Research Data
4. The Next-Generation System „Alma“
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Unified resource management (P+E+D)
Metadata management
Cloud
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Our solution strategy
1.
Improve User-Targeted Services
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Primo = Library Google
One-Stop Search
Print
Search
Electronic
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Digital
Decoupled & Unified End-User Services
Unified Discovery
Primo
Link
Print
Electronic
Digital
ILS
ERM
DAM
Management Environments
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Primo mobile
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Our solution strategy
2.
Optimise Total Cost of Ownership
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Optimise Total Cost of Ownership
• Central Shared-Service Implementation
• Assist Consortia - Reduced Licensing and Operational Costs
• Outsourcing Services
• Data Centers in Chicago and Amsterdam
(Singapore planned)
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Strategy
3.
Digitisation + Preservation
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Need to manage digital material !
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Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Audio
Foto
Video
Movies
TV
Article
Learning
Research
eBook
© Ex Libris, Ltd., 2010. Proprietary and confidential.
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Need for Digital Preservation
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Storage-Media Changes
…
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Format Changes
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What is Rosetta?
A complete asset management and preservation solution that
addresses the ever-growing need to collect, archive and preserve
the digitally-born and digitized materials stored at academic
institutions, research organizations, and government institutions,
ensuring data integrity and access over time to information in
digital formats
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Strategy
4.
Unified Back-Office –
The Next-Generation System
„Alma“
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Decoupled & Unified End-User Services
Unified Discovery
Primo
Link
Print
Electronic
Digital
ILS
ERM
DAM
Management Environments
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Consolidate the Management Frameworks
Turn Format-Based Vertical Silos
into Service-Based Horizontal Workflows
Unified Discovery
Primo
Preservation
Fulfillment & Linking
Resource & Metadata Mgmt.
Acquisitions
Selection
Unified Management
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Unified Resource Framework
Unified Discovery
Primo
Alma
Unified Management
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Competitor Customers Moved to Alma
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Manchester University – Talis
Sheffield University – Talis
Free University Bolzano – OCLC/Bond
Salford University – Talis
Kingston University – Talis
University of York – Sirsi Dynix
Swinburne – Sirsi Dynix
Imperial College – Sirsi Dynix
Novo Nordisk – Sirsi Dynix
BIG Switzerland – VTLS
Boston University – III Millennium
Northeastern University - III Millennium
University of Manitoba – Sirsi Dynix
Emory University – Sirsi Dynix
North Dakota State – Sirsi Dynix
Binghampton University – III Millennium
Orbis Cascade Consortium – 35 III Millennium systems
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Thank You!
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