Top 6 Most Popular Opac Softwares | Jun 2020

Here are the top 6 most popular opac softwares as derived from our TpSort Score which is a continually popular score, it denotes an estimated popularity of a software.

1. AquaBrowser

AquaBrowser A "discovery layer" that provides a fresh, modern interface for patrons of varied backgrounds to use independently. By providing a simple interface with a single search box, patrons are able to quickly find relevant results when they need them. A fully hosted, subscription-based solution, AquaBrowser 3 significantly enhances service quality......

2. VuFind

VuFind VuFind is a library resource portal designed and developed for libraries by libraries. The goal of VuFind is to enable your users to search and browse through all of your librarys resources by replacing the traditional OPAC to include:- Catalog Records - Digital Library Items- Institutional Repository- Institutional Bibliography- Other......

3. Enterprise

Enterprise Imagine a search that isn’t deterred by misspellings or human error. Where results populate in “rooms” based on content categories or themes. Imagine a search that not only spans the physical library contents, but newswires, databases and multimedia. Where the exact thing you’re searching for is displayed side-by-side with user-generated......

4. Primo

Primo Meeting user expectations for quick, easy, and effective searching and retrieval, this "discovery system" is a one-stop solution for the discovery and delivery of local and remote resources, such as books, journal articles, and digital objects.......

5. encore

encore Encore: A Discovery Services Platform from Innovative Interfaces. Encore transforms the way people connect with their library. A fresh approach to discovery, Encore has been embraced by libraries of all types and sizes and has become a fast favorite among library users. With Encore, you don’t have to wait to......

6. Blacklight

Blacklight Blacklight is a free and open source ruby-on-rails based discovery interface (a.k.a. “next-generation catalog”) especially optimized for heterogeneous collections. You can use it as a library catalog, as a front end for a digital repository, or as a single-search interface to aggregate digital content that would otherwise be siloed.......