The following companies provide Koha services in Sweden:
- BibLibre (http://www.biblibre.com/en)
- Koha in Sweden (https://kohasverige.se)
- Kreablo (https://kreablo.se) Kreablo offers visitors a opportunity to test how Koha works in a demo server. To see the demo – Click here.
- LibrioTech (https://libriotech.no/) Supplying Koha services since 2009. Test how Koha works at a demo server or try your own Koha installation on a test server with admin privileges.
NB! The Swedish Koha User Group does not recommend any particular supplier and all companies can request to be added to the page. Members of the Swedish Koha User Group are recommended to discuss questions regarding Koha suppliers in the slack discussion fora.
Information for suppliers
Koha (koha-community.org) is a free open source system originally developed in New Zealand and which is now the world’s most widely used library system with an estimated 26,000 to 30,000 libraries. Koha’s technical platform Koha on the backend is Linux-Apache-Maria DB-Perl-ElasticSearch and on the frontend HTML-JQuery-BootStrap.
Since 2017, Koha has been on the rise in Sweden (Sweden has over 2,200 library organizations). Many Swedish libraries (school libraries, public libraries, research libraries and special libraries) are considering migrating to Koha.
The Koha services that are requested for in the library market include:
- Operations of a Koha as a cloud service
- Operations of a Koha for customer libraries on premises
- Migration from legacy library systems to Koha
- Development of new functionality in Koha
- Adaptation of functionality in Koha according to the customer’s needs
- Development and operation of peripheral services for Koha
Koha can be easily installed locally on e.g. a Linux Debian installation, there are also pre-installed demo servers to test.
Prospective Koha suppliers can benefit from visiting the international annual conference KohaCon.