CDI Enhancement Voting

We are excited to announce the commencement of the Central Discovery Index (CDI) Enhancements voting cycle. Background The CDI Enhancements voting cycle, currently in a trial phase, is an important step towards ensuring that enhancements proposed by our community receive the focused attention and development effort needed, particularly those related to CDI as expressed in […]

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NERS Content Voting Open

We encourage your participation in the upcoming NERS Enhancement Voting for Content, a crucial process where the IGeLU and ELUNA communities’ voice and vote will significantly influence which new Content Providers Ex Libris will attempt to add in 2024. We have more than 90 Content requests to consider for this cycle. Voting Period (November 15-December […]

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Call for New Content Providers for NERS Vote

During the 4th quarter of 2023, the Content Working Group is coordinating a community vote on new providers to be added to Ex Libris content products.  We will be looking only at requests for providers that have no content whatsoever in the 360/Alma/SFX knowledge bases or Central Discovery Index – providers new to Ex Libris. New […]

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2022 Primo Enhancements voting is open!


Votable submissions are now available for review and voting, for Primo customers who are IGeLU or ELUNA members. Participating actively in the enhancements process is a key benefit of IGeLU or ELUNA membership, working together with Ex Libris to build a better Primo for all customers. We’ve achieved a great deal already – see the […]

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Primo support for Austlang and ISO 639-3


The October 2021 release for Primo VE and the November 2021 release for Primo brings out-of-the-box support for Austlang and capability for support for ISO 639-3 ‘microlanguages’. This product development for Primo language support beyond ISO 639-2 ‘macrolanguages’ allows our international community to correctly recognise and respect this important content in our collections, and supports […]

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CDI Activation Analysis Tool now available

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Our community is now more empowered to understand how our actions in activating collections fuels our user experience of CDI content in Primo. The new CDI Activation Analysis Tool is now available to all, as of 20th October 2021. Several members of our community were involved in early access testing, including the IGeLU Primo WG, […]

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2021 Enhancements voting is open!

Alma, Primo, and Leganto customers who are also IGeLU or ELUNA members are in for a busy three weeks. Votable submissions are now available for review for all three products for the first rounds, with voting closing in three weeks. Refer to the respective community listservs for specific updates and details. […]

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Primo 2021 enhancements timeline

It is time for our members to get all your requests in for the 2021 Primo enhancements round. See Primo enhancements for a log of all the great Primo product development outcomes achieved in recent years, as a result of this collaborative enhancement process between Ex Libris Primo Product Management and our active member community. […]

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Primo NERS: Extended to April 15

Due to the health safety challenges and strains faced by many institutions worldwide currently, the Primo working groups of ELUNA and IGeLU have decided to extend this year’s NERS voting period through April 15. The voting takes place at This year’s ballot has 100 requests to choose from. Each organisation has 100 voting points […]

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Primo 2019 NERS results

Thank you to all who have submitted requests and voted in this year’s Primo enhancement round in NERS. The results of the ballot is now in, and ExLibris has added development complexity points to the requests. The Primo community gets to spend 100 complexity points each year, which this year sufficed for the top five […]

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