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SirsiDynix Makes Contactless Library Service Easier With BLUEcloud Mobile Updates

SirsiDynix unveiled new features for BLUEcloud Mobile: Patron Self-Service and Click-and-Collect. These optional workflows for any size library facilitate contactless circulation, with patrons using their mobile devices to check books in and out (Patron Self-Service) and engage in curbside pickup (Click-and-Collect).

According to the press release, “Unlike other current curbside offerings, SirsiDynix’s Click-and-Collect functionality does not require appointments, but rather allows the patron to indicate that they are on their way to pick up their holds right then. Library staff have a staff interface they can access from a tablet, laptop, or desktop to manage the requests for pickup, including the ability to set library pickup hours, establish a parameter on the number of incoming patrons they can serve at a time, and fully customize it to fit how the library is planning on offering this service.”

“COVID-19 has placed a strain on all existing workflows, and we are pleased to provide our customers with a solution that not only simplifies and streamlines the adaptations they’ve made, but also considers the safety of both library staff and the patrons they serve,” says Bill Davison, SirsiDynix’s CEO.

For more information, read the press release.



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