Atlanta, GA, December 12, 2013 – EnvisionWare, a leading provider of self-service and library-efficiency solutions, announced today that Bucks County Free Library in Pennsylvania has purchased the Library Document Station for each of the system's seven library locations.
EnvisionWare's Library Document Station is the first full self-service document solution designed specifically for public libraries. The Library Document Station can copy, email, scan, fax, upload to Google, and send to a smartphone or iPad. Library staff can also use the Library Document Station to send to both ILLiad and OCLC Article Exchange, as well as charge for scanning, faxing and copying services.
"Whether you're a small business owner, student, or retiree, almost everyone has a need to transfer materials digitally," said Bucks County Executive Director Martina Kominiarek. "The Library Document Station fulfills an essential library service by enabling patrons to scan and transfer all types of documents, photos and materials."
In addition to digital imaging, staff and patrons at Bucks County will use the Library Document Station for photocopying and printing services, meeting a range of service needs system-wide.
EnvisionWare is a leading provider of self-service and library-efficiency solutions. Today, over ten thousand libraries use EnvisionWare products to enrich the service offerings of their libraries and to empower their customers to do more for themselves. EnvisionWare offers twenty-two systems, including PC Reservation computer management, LPT:One print control, OneStop for self-service circulation, RFID/AMH and the new 24-Hour Library. For more information about EnvisionWare, visit www.envisionware.com.