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12 Aug 2020
SLSP, The Largest Swiss Library Network Serving Hundreds of Libraries, Selects Ex Libris Rapido Resource Sharing Solution
SLSP will become the first early adopter in Europe, using Rapido to make scientific information from Swiss libraries easily accessible and available to patrons across Switzerland

Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, is pleased to announce the Swiss Library Service Platform (SLSP) has signed an agreement to join the early adopter program for the Rapido resource sharing solution.

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