At BibLibre we only work with Open Source software because we believe they contribute to a community and freer world. But we do not force you to share our convictions. Choose BibLibre is primarily choose a strong expertise in the library field and project management. It is trusting a provider chosen by more than 90 libraries in France of all sizes, ranging from the Resistance museum in the Massif Central, which manages 5,000 records to the University of Aix-Marseille, which manages more than 1, 5 million records for its 70,000 members. You will also choose a 100% French company that is recognized as a Young Innovative Company, is Corporate Responsibility certified and is supported by public organizations such as BPI France.
Meet our team
Expertise and complementarity at your service
BibLibre is a team of 20 people dedicated to your success and to the one of the free software we support. All members of the team BibLibre have many years of experience in the technical field and in the world of librarianship. Some of our members are even former librarians. We speak the same language, and we have the same objective, always improve a little the world of libraries.
Innovatives work methods
As close as possible from your expectations
In compliance with our policy of delivering you relevants and adjusted products, ou developers use the agile method to handle our development projects. These iteratives development cycles allow us to be sure that the development paths we take suits all along to your needs and therefore spare precious time and money.
Young innovative company
BibLibre as been recognised Young innovative company by French institutions.
This status highlight BibLibre research and Open Source development efforts, because more than 15% of our expenses are linked to R&D expenses.
We have decided to mesure our impact over the environment. A study of our consuption in in progress, and we have already been able to modify some of our environment costly comportements.
BibLibre received the title of united company. This title rewards values defined by:
management autonomy, democratic and participative management, primacy of the human over the profits and a local and/or sector-specific anchorage.