Put your library in your users’ hands
More than ever, people want to take advantage of all the resources and services your library offers without entering the building. Our software and mobile app solutions provide a digital extension of the library with new ways to engage. Your users will appreciate interacting with your library when and where they want to.
Meet your community wherever they are.
Offer choice and convenience.
Protect your staff and give users the choices they need to feel good about reserving and picking up physical library materials. CapiraCurbside℠ lets users schedule curbside pickups at a time that’s convenient for both them and your staff.
Designed for a modern customer experience.
Today’s library users expect to be able to interact with your library through their phones at any moment. Our CapiraMobile℠ app makes your collections, events, and programs available anywhere and anytime, extending your library’s reach.
Easily lend your library of things and museum passes.
Support your users beyond their information needs. LendingKey℠ helps organize and circulate less traditional resources, like WiFi hotspots, recording equipment, outdoor games, or whatever else your library has to offer. And MuseumKey℠ simplifies browsing for and reserving museum passes.
More than 1,200 libraries use Capira solutions to engage with their communities.
2022 MODERN LIBRARY AWARD WINNERS
The entire suite of Capira library and museum services—CapiraMobile, CapiraCurbside, CapiraReady, LendingKey, and MuseumKey—have all been recognized with LibraryWorks’ 2022 Modern Library Awards, including several platinum awards.
Find out more about Capira
Let us know if you'd like more information about Capira solutions. We'll reach out to talk about your current challenges and how we can help.
31 May 2022
OCLC auf dem Bibliothekskongress 2022 in Leipzig
01 June 2022
A 30-minute demonstration of how a customizable CapiraMobile app can create a digital extension of your library with direct integration of your ILS, event calendar, and more.
11 May 2022
This DevConnect community event will feature short presentations on metadata topics by two speakers: Tomasz Kalata of BookOps/New York Public Library and Daniel Brooks of OCLC.
04 May 2022
During this session, we will share what an API-first development strategy means for libraries and how OCLC APIs are fit for purpose.