Open Infrastructure

Our applications are built for interoperability so libraries can choose the best possible solutions for their users.

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Choosing the best possible services

Within an open infrastructure, interoperability is key. Through interoperable platforms, libraries can choose and provide the best possible services for their users. We ensure that our platforms are open for integrating third-party services such as ILL, preservation systems, campus solutions, integrated library systems, authentication services, learning management systems, content purchasing services and more.

The importance of integrations

Donna Shaw, Product Manager at EBSCO, discusses how EBSCO approaches integrations with third-party products, systems and services. In this video, Donna looks at interoperability with education technology platforms and learning management systems in particular to enable access to information for faculty, students and researchers alike.

GOBI’s commitment to open infrastructure

Providing choice and support for open systems is at the forefront of GOBI’s development strategy. Whether it’s choice of content, e-book platform, acquisition models or ILS integrations, GOBI strives to offer integrations and workflow support customized for every library we work with. An "open first" perspective always guides our approach to further enhance library workflows and deliver optimal end-user value.

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