Powered By Stacks
Stacks is the first turnkey, responsive web platform with plug and play integrations and mobile apps connected in real time.
Empowering librarians to create world class library experiences by bringing the library’s local content, catalogs, and electronic resources together. Stacks creates a seamless user experience on any device, anywhere.
Set a New Bar for Your Library
Unified Discovery Experience
Discovery is the concept of bringing the catalog content from the ILS together with full text and digital content from databases and other subscription services for a unified, responsive, discovery experience. With Stacks, you can even search website content like news and events along with physical and digital collections simultaneously, creating a truly seamless experience.
Truly Seamless and Integrated Experience
Stacks strives to take this one step further by bringing the Discovery experience into your library website with library collections, local content and services together in one place. Manage events, room bookings, locations, users, content creation and more through a single modern interface.
Configurable and Responsive Themes
Stacks allows for the complete customization of your library website. Creating a unique user experience is easy with ready to use themes, drag and drop page layouts, and fully customizable blocks with CSS override. The best part, your website is responsive meaning it will look great on any device including phones, tablets and TVs.
Plug and Play Integrations
All Stacks integrations are plug and play meaning there are no risks or costs associated with custom development. Stacks ensures industry leading maintenance and support when compared to any other unique implementations available. Pull together book jackets, reviews, similar titles, translation and other supported integrated services with the flick of a switch.
What People are Saying
"The Stacks content management system avoids the need for expensive customized custom development by incorporating tools that can be configured and populated by libraries themselves to produce a customized website."
— Marshall Breeding, Founder, Editor at Library Technology Guides, Smart Libraries Newsletter, November 2016