INWOOD, W.Va. (Oct. 18, 2011) – More libraries are choosing The Library Corporation for their future library automation system.
In the first nine months of 2011, TLC added 34 library systems to its growing family of Library.Solution customers. The power, flexibility, and diversity of TLC's automation system is popular with libraries such as Alamogordo Public Library in New Mexico, The King's College in New York, and Mountain View School Division in Manitoba, Canada.
Library.Solution also continues to support a number of consortia utilizing a shared automation system. For example, the latest phase of the North Iowa Libraries BEACON project added 14 public, school, and academic libraries, bringing the total to 82 libraries for this fast-growing consortium. Among the libraries added in the most recent implementations are Emmetsburg Public Library & Iowa Lakes Community College, Manson Northwest Webster Elementary School and Manson Northwest Webster Junior/Senior High School, and Ventura Public Library.
"We appreciate that these outstanding libraries recognize the value of TLC's newly developed, Web-based automation solutions," said Senior Vice President Gar Sydnor. "Libraries will need to transition to more and more Web applications and touchscreen-enabled interfaces, and TLC will continue to meet their evolving needs for many years to come."
TLC was founded in 1974 to create technology for libraries and school districts of all sizes. The company backs its products and services with an unparalleled level of customer support and assistance. For more information on TLC, contact Lisa Prodywus at lisap@TLCdelivers.com, call 1.800.325.7759, or visit TLCdelivers.com.