• October 2020
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    New user-friendly library system for 50 schools in the Municipality of Norrköping

    The Municipality of Norrköping is the first municipality in Sweden to purchase the Cicero library system as a complete solution. The purchase is taking place after a two-year period, in which 20 of the municipality’s school libraries have used Cicero to create a better overview of the libraries’ tasks and materials.

    12 October 2020

  • March 2020
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    Satisfaction with the National Joint Library System continues to rise

    Every year KOMBIT conducts a study concerning satisfaction of all users in the Danish municipalities regarding the National Joint Library System, which Systematic is the supplier of. To the great pleasure of all parties the level of satisfaction has risen again this year.

    31 March 2020

  • January 2020
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    School libraries and public libraries join forces to buy Cicero Explore

    The Municipality of Mariagerfjord is the first local authority in Denmark to buy the business intelligence (BI) solution Cicero Explore, which gives libraries a clearer overview of all their data.

    07 January 2020

  • November 2019
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    Four Danish university colleges buy Cicero Explore for a better overview of library data

    Cicero Explore is a business intelligence solution for the library solution Cicero LMS, which makes it possible to see and use library data. Four university colleges have decided to buy Cicero Explore after trialling the product.

    20 November 2019

  • October 2019
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    Systematic’s Joy of Reading Award sponsors books for mobile libraries in South Africa

    From her colourful tuk-tuk, Sinothando hands out books to South African children. Many of these books are bought with the money prize from Systematic’s Joy of Reading Award that went to the South African reading campaign Nal’ibali in 2019. Watch the video to see Sinothando spread the joy of reading.

    25 October 2019

  • August 2019
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    The world’s best new public library in 2019 is in Helsinki, Finland

    The Oodi Central Library in Helsinki, Finland, is a public library in the truest sense of the name, one where the citizens of the city have had a great influence in both content and design. The impressive building has just been named Public Library of the Year 2019 by the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) and the software company Systematic.

    28 August 2019

  • June 2019
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    The Systematic Joy of Reading Award helps provide books for children in South Africa

    On Sunday 2 June at Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, the Nal’ibali - Reading for Enjoyment Campaign project in South Africa was honoured for its work with fundamentally transforming the culture of reading in South Africa. The USD 10,000 prize that accompanies this award will send more books into the hands of the country’s children, says Nal’ibali director Jade Jacobsohn.

    03 June 2019

  • May 2019
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    And the nominees for the 2019 Public Library of the Year are...

    The jury has now agreed on the four shortlisted libraries for the 2019 IFLA/Systematic Public Library of the Year award. All four will now be considered for selection as the world’s best new public library.

    27 May 2019

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    Six literacy projects shortlisted for Systematic’s Joy of Reading Award

    Six inspiring reading initiatives from three different continents are nominated for the $10.000 Joy of Reading Award. The award is to be presented by the President of The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), Glòria Pérez-Salmerón, on the 2nd of June in Aarhus, Denmark.

    01 May 2019

  • March 2019
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    The President of IFLA will present the Joy of Reading Award 2019

    As the President for IFLA, Glòria Pérez-Salmerón understands the importance of contributing in the fight against illiteracy. In June 2019, she will present the Systematic - Joy of Reading Award - at Next Library in Aarhus, Denmark.

    05 March 2019