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Moulton joins Inmagic as Director of Integrated Library Systems

Press Release: Inmagic, Inc. [October 26, 1999]

Copyright (c) 1999 Inmagic, Inc.

Abstract: Inmagic, Inc., announces the recent appointment of Lynda Moulton, as Director of Integrated Library Systems.

Woburn, MA. Inmagic, Inc., leading developer of library automation and information management software for the Web, intranets, CD-ROM and LANs, announces the recent appointment of Lynda Moulton, as Director of Integrated Library Systems.

Moulton is founder and former president of Comstow Information Services, Inc., from which Inmagic recently acquired the integrated library system BiblioTech PRO. Trained as a special librarian, Moulton has taught library science on the graduate level and published numerous articles on the automation aspects of information management. Before founding Comstow in 1980, Moulton held positions at a number of academic and corporate libraries.

"In joining Inmagic, I look forward to strengthening our customer base by guiding the consulting and support services that librarians need to optimize their use of our products," said Moulton. "I believe I've seen enough successes and mistakes over the last 20 years to advise librarians as they move to the next level of importance in their organizations. Their success remains my most passionate interest. If our know-how and technology together can improve their operation, I want to be there to offer both," said Moulton.

"Lynda's expertise in ILS will prove invaluable to Inmagic as we launch BiblioTech PRO worldwide," said Inmagic president and CEO Phillip Green. "With her background in serving special libraries, Lynda is a perfect match for Inmagic."

About Inmagic

Inmagic, Inc. is a global leader in providing library automation and information management software and services to special libraries. Harnessing leading-edge technology, the company helps information professionals manage and disseminate today's diverse corporate resources via networks, the Web and intranets, as well as stand alone PCs. Information professionals choose Inmagic software for traditional applications, such as online catalogs, serials management, loans and orders, as well as for the management of other information, including competitive intelligence, patents, technical reports, annual reports and photo archives. Inmagic's information management solutions are installed in more than 15,000 special libraries and information centers in over 50 countries.

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Publication Year:1999
Type of Material:Press Release
Language English
Issue:October 26, 1999
Publisher:Inmagic, Inc.
Place of Publication:Woburn, MA
Company: Inmagic, Inc.
Subject: Executive appointments
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Record Number:6093
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
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