Oakland, CA and Oslo, Norway – June 18, 2020. TIND’s reach in the bay area continues to grow as Mills College in Oakland migrates to the TIND ILS. Mills College joins UC Berkeley Law (TIND ILS, TIND IR) and UC Berkeley main campus (TIND DA) as TIND customers.
Harrisonburg, Virginia and Oslo, Norway – June 02, 2020. TIND is pleased to announce that another U.S. academic library has chosen to migrate to the TIND ILS. Eastern Mennonite University is currently implementing the TIND ILS, migrating from a SirsiDynix instance of Symphony.
New York, NY and Oslo, Norway – May 23, 2019. TIND is proud to welcome Columbia Law Library to the growing cadre of academic libraries opting for the TIND ILS. Columbia is migrating from Sierra ILS.
Oslo, Norway – August 31, 2018. TIND has released version 1.6 to all customers. Major highlights include the deployment of acquisitions and serials functionality to all TIND ILS customers. TIND 1.6 also includes Elasticsearch as the default search engine, allowing for fast and scalable search across tens of millions of records and files.
Berkeley, CA and Oslo, Norway – August 7, 2018. TIND was selected by the University of California, Berkeley Law Library to provide their cloud-based Integrated Library System (TIND ILS), replacing Sierra ILS. As part of the implementation, TIND has developed a new acquisitions and serials module in close partnership with the library.
Needham, MA and Geneva, Switzerland – August 19, 2016. CERN spin-off TIND was selected by Olin College of Engineering to provide their cloud-based library management system. TIND is replacing the EOS.Web ILS and Digital Commons Repository. The solution will be integrated with EBSCO’s Discovery Service.
Dublin, Ireland and Geneva, Switzerland – June 7, 2016. CERN spin-off TIND was selected by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) to provide their cloud-based library management system based on CERN open source technology.
Geneva, Switzerland – January 4, 2016. TIND, an official CERN spin-off, was selected by the International Telecommunication Union to provide their cloud-based library management system based on CERN open source technology. TIND has now successfully replaced the ExLibris Voyager ILS.
New York, NY and Geneva, Switzerland – December 1, 2015. TIND, an official CERN spin-off, was selected through formal tender by the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library to provide their cloud-based Digital Library System based on CERN open source software.