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    August 30th, 2012LISWire aggregatorLISWire

    Kenton County Public Library Goes Live on Evergreen


    Duluth, GA — August 30, 2012

    Kenton County Public Library in Covington, Kentucky has gone live with Evergreen as their next generation ILS system. Equinox Software provided data migration and training services and will continue to provide ongoing technical support.

    Kenton County will host their Evergreen installation locally with over 500,000 bibliographic items and 122,000 patrons on the new system. Their new catalog can be viewed on line at

    According to Brad LaJeunesse, Equinox President, “Kenton County is a great addition to the Evergreen Community. They oversaw their own installation and configuration so they bring a wealth of knowledge to both current and future Evergreen users.”

    "Evergreen provides our patrons and staff with an amazing resource to search our collections. The added information and data is wonderful and the searching functions are easy to use and extremely helpful. We are very pleased with Evergreen and are looking forward to it growing with our needs," said Dave Schroeder, executive director of the Kenton County Public Library.

    With a history dating back to 1899, the Kenton County Public Library continues its mission to provide the best library services to its patrons. The Erlanger Branch is the busiest branch library in the state, and the William E. Durr branch serves the fastest growing community in Kentucky.

    About Equinox Software, Inc.

    Founded by the original Evergreen designers and developers, Equinox Software is a leader in open source solutions for libraries. Their goal is to engage and support a rapidly growing open source community while assisting libraries in moving away from expensive proprietary vendors and products.

    For more information on Equinox Software, please visit

    About Evergreen

    Evergreen is a robust, open-source integrated library system best known for its unique ability to meet the needs of very large, high-transaction, multi-site consortia. However, it has also proven equally successful scaled down for even the smallest libraries. Evergreen now supports over 1,200 libraries of every type-public, academic, special, and school media centers across 4 countries, 31 U.S. states, and 8 Canadian provinces.

    For more information about Evergreen, including a list of all known Evergreen installations, see

    Press contact: Corinne Hall,, 770-709-5571

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