Interoperability indicates the ability of different systems to work together (inter-operate). In information technology, it describes how effective systems or services are in exchanging information, thus facilitating functionality in one or more interoperating systems. (derived from

The Interoperability WG promotes the ability of Ex Libris systems to interoperate with each other and with third party systems, whether these are from other vendors or built by customers.

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Mehmet Celik (KU Leuven)Coordinator
Allen Jones (The New School)ELUNA Steering Committee Liaison
Erik Biever (University of Minnesota)
Michael North (Northwestern University)
Nishen Naidoo (Macquarie University)
Alevtina Verbovetskaya (City University of New York)
Alexander G. Cooper (Emory University)
Mattias Einbrodt (Free University of Bolzano)
Augusto RibeiroIGeLU Aleph Liaison
Steve BischofELUNA Aleph Liaison
Boaz DotanIGeLU Primo Liaison
Jennifer WardELUNA Primo Liaison
Kim EdwardsELUNA Voyager Liaison
Colleen M. MahorSummon Liaison