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Equinox Supports KohaCon22

Atlanta, Ga., September 15, 2022: Equinox Open Library Initiative, a trusted leader in open source technology development and support for libraries, is a proud sponsor of KohaCon22, the international Koha Annual Conference, hosted this year by Koha-US. The conference will be held in a hybrid format both online and in person in Lawrence, Kansas (KS) September 20 – September 23, 2022. The Equinox team will be in attendance and available throughout the event. Full schedule and registration information can be found here:

“We are very much looking forward to this year’s KohaCon,” said Galen Charlton, Implementation and IT Manager at Equinox and Koha developer. “We’re excited to be together with the Koha and Koha-US communities, exchange ideas, and make new connections. See you there!”

Equinox has been supporting libraries deploying Koha since 2010 and contributing to the Koha project infrastructure and code. For libraries interested in Equinox’s work with Koha visit:

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Laura Barry
Communications Coordinator
Equinox Open Library Initiative, Inc.
877.OPEN.ILS (877.673.6457)

About Equinox Open Library Initiative
Equinox Open Library Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is the successor to Equinox Software, Inc. Equinox’s mission as a nonprofit is to promote and support a thriving ecosystem for open source library communities in order to provide libraries worldwide with innovative, affordable, and sustainable open source solutions. We are devoted to reducing barriers to library technology and services, expanding library access to open source software, and providing high quality technology, consulting, and support services.To learn more, please visit

About Koha ILS
Created in 1999 by Katipo Communications for the Horowhenua Library Trust in New Zealand, Koha Integrated Library System is the first open source Integrated Library System to be used worldwide. The software is a full-featured ILS with a dual-database design (search engine and RDBMS) built to be compliant with library standards. Koha’s OPAC, staff, and self-checkout interfaces are all web applications. Distributed under the General Public License (GPL), libraries are free to use and install Koha themselves or to purchase support and development services.  For more information on Koha, please visit