A quick update on NERS

In case you missed it, this past Fall, we launched single sign on in NERS for IGeLU users.  Your official IGeLU username and password will now work for logging into NERS.  Currently, we are working on a handful of new features for NERS which will launch this Spring.  Most of them are minor tweaks to […]

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Idea Exchange

An Ex Libris initative After intensive discussions with the Steering Committee about the aim of the initiative, Ex Libris has announced a new platform for all customers to post ideas for enhancements and extensions to their products. This platform also offers a voting mechanism to facilitate customers to support good ideas. The platform is based […]

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News in Brief May 2015

We invite you Dear reader, This first News in Brief in 2015 is again loaded with information we believe to be important for you. Of course we have updates on the upcoming 10th IGeLU Conference in Budapest. But there is more… All IGeLU officers work hard on a voluntary base to serve the interest of our community. […]

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News from NERS

NERS Updates Currently work is under way to integrate NERS with the IGeLU ldap system to simplify logging into NERS.  Once completed, this will allow IGeLU users to log in to NERS using the same set of credentials they use for the website and administrative system. We were recently notified of a bug in the […]

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Voting for ‘Ex Libris CRM’ (Salesforce) enhancements

The voting for the ‘Ex Libris CRM’ (Salesforce) enhancements starts Tuesday January 29th, and will run to Tuesday February 11th 00 pm. VOTE! We encourage you to participate in the ballot, just logon to NERS where you will find access to the voting directly on the start screen. The title of the ballot is “Survey […]

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News from Ners

This Spring we have been working on enhancing both the technology that supports the NERS system as well as the teams that provide support for the system. Active collaborative development on the system is under way and as our programmers become more familiar with the code structure, we should be ready soon to take user […]

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