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Press Release: Book Systems [June 15, 2013]

Book Systems, Inc. Releases Atriuum 9.0

Book Systems is pleased to announce the release of Atriuum v 9.0. This release contains enhanced features including improved eBook integration with OverDrive,social media connectivity with Facebook, and full support for the new RDA (Resource Description and Access)standard.

In addition to following trends in the library industry, we listen to the needs of our customers and thrive on their feedback for developing new features they really want. Atriuum v 9.0 includes over 63 enhancements,many of which were customer driven.

"We know that our customers have a choice on which ILS vendors' product they use. Our customers remain loyal because they know we focus on putting them first!" said Doug West, Chief Operating Officer for Book Systems.

Thank you to all of our customers for your loyalty,support,suggestions, and feedback for improving our products and services. For us, it really is "all about you!"

About Book Systems, Inc.

Book Systems provides state of the art library automation and asse tmanagement software to libraries and schools of all sizes. The company's core values have led them to develop and deliver stress‐free "cloud computing" technology, customer‐driven features, and hands down,the best support in the industry. Incorporated in 1989, Book Systems is a privately‐owned company with its corporate headquarters located in Huntsville, AL.


Summary: Book Systems announced the release of Atriuum v 9.0. This release contains enhanced features including improved eBook integration with OverDrive,social media connectivity with Facebook, and full support for the new RDA (Resource Description and Access)standard.
Publication Year:2013
Type of Material:Press Release
LanguageEnglish
Date Issued:June 15, 2013
Publisher:Book Systems
Company:
Company: Book Systems
Products: Atriuum
Subject: Product announcements
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