Connect with Veridian in Washington DC

Veridian Software Managing Director, Stefan Boddie is hosting a Veridian user group meeting on Sunday June 23rd in Washington DC.

We invite expressions of interest from those who’d like to join in. Perhaps you’ll be in DC that week attending the ALA Conference.

This session is primarily aimed at existing Veridian customers, but anyone with an interest in digital collections (and especially online presentation software) is welcome. If you’d like to book a separate meeting with Stefan please get in touch.


A presentation/discussion led by Veridian Software Managing Director Stefan Boddie. The session will include a close look at the Veridian development roadmap and a demonstration of new and future Veridian features such as:

  • IIIF support
  • Enhanced statistics for user text correctors and “correct this next” suggestions
  • Word clouds for visualizing user contributed tags
  • Visualizing/graphing search result sets

Network with the Veridian user community and share ideas. We welcome your wish lists and feedback. What features would you like to see? What are the key priorities? What’s working well within your Veridian collection?  

This meeting is free to attend. Lunch will be served to fuel the discussion!


Sunday June 23 2019, 12:00-4:00pm


The Morton Room, Residence Inn Washington Downtown/Convention Center

901 L Street NW Washington, District Of Columbia 20001 USA. (A one minute walk from the ALA venue).


Email to register your interest.

About Stefan

Stefan has over 20 years experience working with digital library software applications.

In 1997 he worked as a Software Engineer for the well-respected NZDL research project at the University of Waikato in New Zealand.

Stefan was one of the original designers and developers of Greenstone Software which is used at a large number of institutions worldwide and recognized as a leader in the digital library research field.

In 2002 Stefan founded DL Consulting Ltd. and created Veridian software. He has led successful large digitization projects at many prestigious institutions across the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.