|Quote-based||Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Biblionix offers a flexible feature set that not just manages your library but gives you scalability options as well.
17hats is designed particularly for smaller businesses with fewer staff so they can manage operations such as billing, scheduling and meetings etc.
|Ocean Shores, Tucker Free Library, Deckerville Public Library||The Ivy Plus Society, Bright Bookkeeping LLC, Goldest Karat Publishing|
Together with the fully-featured free trial (300.000 holdings), Biblionix Apollo offers users a quote-based, annual subscription enterprise pricing model meeting their specific needs and possibilities. The plan includes:
Monthly Plan – $37/month
Annual Plan – $17/month (billed annually for $199)
17hats also offers a bigger discount if you purchase a 2-year subscription where you’ll get one more year for free. Thus, you’ll pay $398 ($11/month) for a 3-years’ worth of the plan. According to their website, this option is only available for a limited time.
Biblionix Apollo can easily be embedded on your existent website, while it also integrates with a variety of thir-party systems and applications, and hardware such as bar code scanners and printers.
17hats integrates with the following business systems and applications:
|Types of Support|
Types of Support
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Freelancers|
|Learn more about Biblionix Apollo pricing||Learn more about 17hats pricing|
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Austin, Texas, 78701
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Both Biblionix Apollo and 17hats were tested by a panel of reliable SaaS experts who carried out a full analysis of all core elements of each app. Their final score was calculated using our unique SmartScore model which gives a separate partial score to each factor such as: main functionalities, customer support, mobile device support, security, user satisfaction as well as media presence. We are aware that useful features are not the only thing important to a business so we make an effort to pay attention to all facets of a software prior to giving it a final rating.