Archive for September, 2015

Rich Stryker Assumes Greater Marketing and Sales Role at Atlas Systems

Virginia Beach, VA – September 28, 2015– Atlas Systems has announced that long-time staff member Rich Stryker will take on added responsibilities in the areas of marketing and sales. Recently Stryker primarily has been responsible for Ares sales activities. In this new position he will work more closely with the Aeon and Training and Library Solutions teams to assist with a wide range of marketing and sales activities.

“We continue to be very gratified with the rate at which libraries are adopting Ares, Aeon, and our new training and consulting solutions such as the Video Training Library and the Concierge service,” said Dan Specht, CFO and vice president of sales and marketing. “In addition to adding staff to support our growth we continue to look for ways to extend opportunities to our current staff. Rich excels at managing the day-to-day operations of sales and marketing, including our customer relationship management (CRM) system. This new role will allow him to expand our communications to customers and prospective customers and improve our effectiveness in reaching them.”

Stryker will serve as the marketing and sales contact for CRM activity and continue to be the primary point person for Ares sales activities. In addition he will work closely with Renee Chastain, Aeon business development manager, to help coordinate Aeon sales activities and coordinate with Stephanie Spires, chief service officer, to provide marketing support for the Training and Library Solutions team. He will also serve as the primary liaison between the Atlas Marketing and Events teams for trade shows to ensure a smooth, coordinated exhibit presence.

Atlas Systems is Hiring!

Looking for your next great career adventure? Atlas Systems is looking for talented folks to join our IT and Development departments. We have openings for a Systems Administrator, a Systems Technician, and a Developer. Details are available at

What’s it like to work at Atlas? For starters, we’ve just moved to a fabulous new office space with lots of room for our team to spread out. Our offices are light and airy.


We keep a jigsaw puzzle and Legos project going for breaks (good for the brain).




Of course we have the latest technology and budget extensively for staff training and development.


Most of all we have a fantastic team of people committed to serving libraries and the greater community.


Sound like the right place for you? Read the job descriptions at or contact for more information.

Nominations for Atlas Systems RUSA STARS ALA Award Now Open

Do you know someone fairly new to the ILL or e-reserves world who would like to attend the 2016 ALA Annual Conference in Orlando, FL (maybe even yourself)?

Atlas Systems works with RUSA, a division of ALA, to present an annual award in the amount of $1,250 to fund travel expenses associated with attending ALA’s annual conference. Any library practitioner who has been working in the field of resource sharing for less than two years and who has daily, hands-on experience in the areas of ILL borrowing or lending, document delivery, electronic reserves, or material delivery is eligible for the award. You do not need to have a library degree or be a member of ALA to apply. Even if you have previous experience in other aspects of librarianship as long as you’re new to resource sharing then you are eligible to apply for this award. Nominees do not need to attend the ALA Midwinter Meeting to be considered for this award. Self-nominations are encouraged.

For more information and to apply, please complete the form at

Nominations must be received by 5 PM Central on December 4, 2015.

Questions? Please contact Amy Paulus at

Atlas Systems Announces Release of Aeon 3.8

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – September 1, 2015 – Atlas Systems announced today the release of the latest version of its Aeon software for special collections and archives. Version 3.8 is now available to the more than fifty institutions that use Aeon to improve service to researchers, track usage statistics, and manage the security of the items in their collections.

Highlights of Aeon 3.8

Improved User Management. Staff will be able to see the status of researchers more easily, which helps maintain the security of items being used.

  • Institutions that choose to do so can associate a photo with a researcher’s account to help better identify the user. A ghost icon will be used for users who do not have a photo in their account.
  • Staff can mark researchers as “Away” for shorter breaks, helping to monitor the comings and goings in the reading room.
  • Users who are marked as “Away” can have a clock symbol on their photo.

Web Page Changes

  • Researchers can now download their request details as an Excel spreadsheet to help them better track their own requests, rather than needing to contact staff for that information.
  • Users can tag their transactions on the Web. This means they can categorize them and filter them to create more usable lists, especially if they have a lot of transactions.
  • Institutions now have the ability to define and enforce stricter password requirements for researchers.
  • Researchers can now request a photoduplication of an item they have already requested.

For more details on the new features and changes in Aeon 3.8 visit

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