Ex Libris – Corporate Update

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Ex Libris — Corporate Update & Strategy

Sofia, July 2013 Roman Piontek Key-Account Manager

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„Knowledge is power“

Francis Bacon (1561 – 1626)

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Corporate Update

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Who We Are 5300 customers

42 national libraries

82 countries

530 employees Resource Management Solutions Discovery & Delivery Solutions Digital Preservation Solutions National Institutions Corporate Research Institutions Research Institutions 5 Universities

Large, Global Customer Base 2,129 North America Central & South America 611 1,731 Europe 20 Africa 408 Asia 121 Australia & New Zealand North America (44% Of 2011 Revenue) Europe (38% Of 2011 Revenue) Asia-Pacific (16% Of 2011 Revenue ) Latin America (2% Of 2011 Revenue) 6

Selected Customers: National Libraries The Library of Congress National Library of New Zealand British Library Royal Library of Sweden Austrian National Library National Library of Finland National Library of China Royal Library of Denmark 7

Selected Customers: Academic Libraries Harvard University Leiden University MIT Freie Universität Berlin Princeton University Beijing Jiatong University King’s College London KU Leuven ETH Zürich Oxford University 8

Consistent Growth $60M $67M $68M $74M $78M $88M $93M $95M 1986 1990s Print Only 2000s 2005 1 2006 1 Digital 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Unified Resource Discovery & Management Aleph Voyager SFX MetaLib Verde DigiTool Primo Rosetta bX Primo Central Alma Ex Libris founded Acquisition of Endeavor

(1)2005 and 2006 revenue are pro forma for Endeavor acquisition.

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Ex Libris – Solutions

Primo

Primo Central

Article Index

bX

Article Recommender

Discovery Discover Manage Physical

Aleph

Integrated Library Systems

Alephino Voyager Electronic SFX MetaLib Verde

Link Resolver Metasearch E-Licence Management

Digital DigiTool

Digital Asset Management

Rosetta

Long-Term Preservation Print, Electronic, Digital Alma Unified Resource Management 10

Our Customer Base by Product 2358 2410 1369 1728 > 1900 1222 1116 229 Aleph Voyager Verde SFX MetaLib Primo 193 73 17 bX DigiTool Alma Rosetta

As of 31 July 2012

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Market Share Leadership Integrated Library System Discovery & Delivery Link Resolver Federated Search Electronic Resource Mgmt Digital Asset Mgmt Digital Recommender Preservation Service 39% 31% 64% 44% 29% 18% 55% 100% Only company with leading solutions across all segments * Based on “Automation Marketplace 2011” by Marshall Breeding 12

Market Trends

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Market Trends

Digital World

• Digitisation Projects  Digital Repository + Long-Term Preservation •

Internet Drives User Expectations

• „Google/Facebook Generation“ •

Mobile World

Libraries to Provide More Services 14

What the users want:

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What the users want:

• Fast, Intuitive, Easy to Use • On-Stop Search • Two Clicks to Full Text • Modern Infrastructure

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The problem (OPAC) User Environments MetaSearch (Viewer) Print ILS Link Electronic ERM Digital DAM Management Environments 17

Ex Libris Strategy

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Our strategy 1. Improve User-Targeted Services 2. Optimise Total Cost of Ownership 3. Digitisation + Preservation

   Digital Collections Cultural Heritage Research Data

4. The Next-Generation System „Alma“

   Unified resource management (P+E+D) Metadata management Cloud

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Our solution strategy

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Improve User-Targeted Services

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Primo = Library Google One-Stop Search Search Print Electronic 21 Digita l

Decoupled & Unified End-User Services Unified Discovery Primo Print ILS Link Electronic ERM Digital DAM Management Environments 22

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Primo mobile

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Our solution strategy

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Optimise Total Cost of Ownership

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Optimise Total Cost of Ownership

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Central Shared-Service Implementation

Assist Consortia - Reduced Licensing and Operational Costs • •

Outsourcing Services

Data Centers in Chicago and Amsterdam (Singapore planned)

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Strategy

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Digitisation + Preservation

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Need to manage digital material !

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Digital Audio Digital Foto Digital Video Digital Movies Digital TV Digital Article Digital Learning Digital Research Digital eBook

© Ex Libris, Ltd., 2010. Proprietary and confidential.

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Need for Digital Preservation 29

Storage-Media Changes 30 …

Format Changes 31

What is Rosetta?

A

complete

asset management and preservation solution that addresses the

ever-growing

need to collect, archive and preserve the

digitally-born and digitized

materials stored at academic institutions, research organizations, and government institutions, ensuring

data integrity

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access over time

to information in digital formats http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7cCD6HtamI

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Strategy

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Unified Back-Office – The Next-Generation System „Alma“

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Decoupled & Unified End-User Services Unified Discovery Primo Print ILS Link Electronic ERM Digital DAM Management Environments 34

Consolidate the Management Frameworks

Turn Format-Based Vertical Silos into Service-Based Horizontal Workflows

Unified Discovery Primo Preservation Fulfillment & Linking Resource & Metadata Mgmt.

Acquisitions Selection Unified Management 35

Unified Resource Framework Unified Discovery Primo Alma Unified Management 36

Competitor Customers Moved to Alma

                 Manchester University – Talis Sheffield University – Talis Free University Bolzano – OCLC/Bond Salford University – Talis Kingston University – Talis University of York – Sirsi Dynix Swinburne – Sirsi Dynix Imperial College – Sirsi Dynix Novo Nordisk – Sirsi Dynix BIG Switzerland – VTLS Boston University – III Millennium Northeastern University - III Millennium University of Manitoba – Sirsi Dynix Emory University – Sirsi Dynix North Dakota State – Sirsi Dynix Binghampton University – III Millennium Orbis Cascade Consortium – 35 III Millennium systems

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Thank You!

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