ODILO expands into the Philippines

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(Denver, CO.) November 10, 2015. Odilo, a leading eBook provider in Europe and Latin America, has partnered with Electronic Information Solutions Inc. (EISI), Philippine’s leading provider of library automation, information management, copy cataloging, library security systems, and subscriptions to eJournals and eBooks.

EISI has been serving Philippine libraries since 1993. With over 180 library customers, EISI provides reliable and cost-effective technology and expertise to help libraries transform from a manual system, into a fully automated, web-enabled resource.

“We are excited to bring Odilo’s vetted content and technology to the Philippines. Our library partners will enjoy digital content delivered in various formats, while local publishers and authors will find new markets for their creations as they take advantage of Odilo’s worldwide reach,” says Reuel Avila, EISI Founder and Director for Technology. “Ultimately, library patrons and end-users will benefit from ease of use and integration this new offering will bring.”

This partnership can propel learners into the digital age and build fundamental academic and career readiness skills. Odilo’s single, seamless interface will help connect and engage the Philippine learning community with various digital content.

Libraries in the Philippines can buy digital content from a variety of sources: Odilo, direct from publishers, and/or any provider of their choice. With OdiloSimplicity (Odilo’s discovery layer for print and digital materials), libraries can easily expand their collections by including archives, local content, magazines, movies, multimedia educational material, music, newspapers, videos, and more.  Libraries also have the option to add the Odilo Educational eBookClub, an online social reading platform for schools and colleges.

Different licensing options are available with Odilo, including Pay-per-Use, One Copy-One User (perpetual, metered, and expiring), Simultaneous, and/or Subscription. EISI customers can activate titles using Odilo’s Pay-per-Use licensing, which provides “always available” content to help reduce and eliminate wait times on popular/trending materials.

“EISI is definitely in the forefront of the library automation and technology industry, which makes this partnership an obvious fit,” states Rodrigo Rodriguez, CEO of Odilo. “EISI customers in the Philippines will benefit the most from this partnership, so they can better serve their communities with stellar content and technology.”

To learn more about Odilo and all of their products and services, visit www.odilo.us.

About EISI

EISI is the leading provider of library automation systems, medical and academic information in the Philippines. EISI supplies Philippine schools, colleges, universities, corporations, hospitals, and government agencies with software solutions to better manage their books, periodicals, records, data, and archives, as well as help them access the wealth of knowledge stored in scholarly databases worldwide. From its office in Makati City, EISI represents in the Philippines some of the best brands in the information industry.

About Odilo

Odilo is a privately held Spanish and USA based company dedicated to developing the most innovative and creative solutions for libraries. With over 2,000 customers worldwide, Odilo offers a comprehensive product suite for the discovery, management, and distribution of library print and digital materials. Currently used in 43 countries, Odilo defines and designs  efficient, user-friendly solutions, serving the needs of public, private, university, school, and special interest libraries, while enabling them to transition into the future. Odilo is headquartered in Madrid, Spain, with offices in Cartagena, Spain; Denver, Colorado; Mexico City, Mexico; and New York, New York.

Media Contact:

Katie Klossner,

Senior Marketing Manager – North America and Australia

katie@odilo.us, 248-285-1266

For product demonstrations or sales questions, please contact sales@odilo.us.

To join Odilo’s family of publishing partners, please contact Nadine Billard, nadine@odilo.us.